Pray Wisconsin

One nice thing about Wisconsin compared to Texas is there is a lot of public land. In Texas, most land is private and people will pay thousands a year to get a deer lease to hunt. In Wisconsin, there’s plenty of public land for hunting or just screwing around. Pray is an area where we were able to screw around.

It used to be you could buy 100 rounds of shotgun shells for $12. We’d chip in for a few clays and you could have half a day’s fun for under $20. Obviously, we needed a place in the middle of nowhere to shoot, so we went out to some public land in Clark County by Pray.

Jake decided to come with me and we talked about all the fun we used to have shooting guns and blowing things up out there. The drive itself is around 45 minutes.

Where we would go was an old gravel pit.

The area we would shoot the clays is open and marshy.

I could see some other people had a little fun on the gravel.

The rest of the woods area is very scenic. There is a pond and then a lot of woods around it to explore.

Sometime when I get back to Wisconsin again I’ll have to get the group together and we’ll have to go shooting. I know in Texas, there’s really nowhere to do this, so like my Cougar, this can be a treat for me when I do come up to Wisconsin.

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