During autumn, you'll have a hard time deciding what to do next. Deer, Duck, Ruffed Grouse and Bear hunters can all find a good spot to pursue their favorite passion.
Located in the heart of the Chippewa National Forest, there are hundreds of miles of public trails that can easily be accessed by visiting hunters.
Owner, Bruce Leino can often be spotted returning from the duck blind or the deer stand and he's always will to stop and pass along sage advice about hunting conditions in the area.
An avid duck hunter, Bruce can lend advice about to perfect your setup form maximum efficiency.
"Arrange your decoys to make it as easy as possible for them to land where you want them to land. Use decoys to crowd water where you don’t want ducks to land. And offer ducks an invitation into gun range by creating open landing sites within easy shooting range. You do this by considering the wind direction.
Walking the area trails for grouse is a fantastic way to bag a great meal, but it's a good way to scout for deer too. Once you're familiar with the territory, you'll want to come back to Squaw Lake several times, every season.