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Owls in the Dirt?

Mark Fike Yes, to answer the question, owls do get in the dirt. Imagine my surprise as a young Marine many years ago slamming on the truck brakes as I watched what I believed to be an owl, crawl into…

Introducing Your Gun Dog Pup to Water

By: Kristy Fike This is the time of year that gun dog owners take advantage of the warm weather and do some water work with their dogs. This is also a perfect time of year to introduce your pup to…

Fishing For Old Florida at the Tarpon Lodge

Photo By Jeff Dennis “Capt. Josh Harvel with a nice redfish from Indian Flats” By Jeff Dennis Fort Myers International Airport serves as the gateway to some of the last remaining enclaves of Old Florida for visitors in search of…

Land Access Dilemma: Overcoming Hunting’s Biggest Obstacle

By Josh Boyd How often have you found yourself gazing out of a truck window while cruising down a county road, pondering how nice it would be to obtain permission to hunt a certain plot of hunting heaven? These thoughts…

Mother Knows Bass!

By Capt. Steve Chaconas Traditional roles of motherhood have taken on added responsibilities. Driving the kids to ball games, after school activities, and full-time careers are making mothers strangers of their children. The village that used to raise children is…

SHAKING UP BASS

By Capt. Steve Chaconas In spite of tackle razzle-dazzle, pro-anglers are going “old school” putting limits in the boat on highly pressured fisheries. Many credit pro-angler Fred “Taco” Bland for innovating grubhead shaking worm bass fishing.  Bland got the idea…

The Ultimate Angler

By Mark Fike The shrill cries and calls of the adult fish hawk hovering 100 feet above alerted me that I was getting too close to the nest with a pair of young hawks nearly ready to venture out on…

Black Water and Red Breasts

By Pete Rogers Drifting slowly along the oil-black vein known as the Lumber River in Marion County, South Carolina, where swollen cypress trees draped with gray beards of Spanish moss line its banks, I cast a small spinning lure near…

Trail Cameras: Your Roadmap to Early Deer Season Success

By: Josh Boyd You gaze anxiously at your computer screen, clicking one photo to the next, hoping to catch even a fleeting glance of a buck noteworthy enough to cause an uptick in heart rate. Photo after photo of does…

Pennsylvania’s Private Pond

By Capt. Steve Chaconas Finding waters undisturbed by other boaters may seem a dream, but the feeling of private pond fishing has survived the floods and expansion of a 100-year-old fishery in Pennsylvania’s mountains. The Raystown Lake Region of the…

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