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Setting Up for Ground Blind Success

By Josh Boyd During the last ten years, an ever-increasing number of deer hunters have left their perches high amongst the treetops, in favor of ground-level hideaways. The use of ground blinds has grown exponentially in popularity over the past…

Venison Enchiladas

By Josh Boyd For many eager hunters, the urge to return to the woods has grown almost too great to bear. Luckily, archery seasons across the nation will begin opening in rapid succession within the next 1-2 months. This has…

Game Bags for Packing Elk Meat

By Mike Willis Cool, Clean, and Dry; this is how wild game meat must remain while transporting it out of the field. If you are considering a DIY elk hunt, be sure that you are equipped to handle your success!…

Have You Been Flossing Lately?

By Stacey Sutherlin When I hear the word flossing, I instantly think about my next dentist appointment and wonder if I am flossing enough. The term flossing for this read has a whole new meaning. Flossing is a term used…

Dog Days Bass

By Mark Fike In the Southeast the weather has definitely entered what country folks call the Dog Days of Summer. It is so hot that by late morning even the shade can be a bad place to be. We humans…

Bull Red Trolling & Spotting

By Mark Fike No, you did not read that incorrectly. I titled it Bull Red, not Red Bull as in the beverage. However, you might feel like you either need one or just drank a Red Bull after fighting a…

Re-Baits

By Jill J Easton “Papaw look!” Tera squealed. She held up a neon-blue and gold long-eared sunfish shining in the afternoon light. “This was only my first cast. I even beat Charlie. Tonight this fish is gonna catch a giant…

To Upgrade or Not: Should You Purchase a New Compound Bow?

By Josh Boyd As compound bows become increasingly advanced with every passing year, few archers can help but to admire that which is new and refined upon every trip to their local archery pro-shop. For some, this is no more…

100 Years of Angling Glory: The History of the Crankbait

By Josh Boyd As far back as recorded history portrays, man has sought out new and creative ways to pull fish from the water’s depths. As fishing began to take on its modern form and adopt the use of a…

Turkey Taco Soup

By Josh Boyd As we continue to journey through the latter portion of summer, many hunters have already begun to dream of the fall turkey season that lays ahead. Others, however, are still relishing in the glory of a monumentally…

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