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Outdoorsmans’ Trials and Tribulations and Joy Too

Despite our trials and tribulations in the field, we outdoorsmen and women get to see some of the most beautiful things in the world. After a frustrating morning setting decoys and not seeing any ducks, I captured this buck swimming…

If You’re Not Rabbit Hunting, You’re Missing Out

By Josh Boyd As you wade through the thickets and brambles that dot the landscape before you, as if from the very ground beneath your feet, a cottontail rabbit emerges, sprinting toward the next available source of cover. In a…

3 Preseason Tasks That Equate To Trapping Success

By Josh Boyd As the first feeble rays of light illuminate the rural landscape, you methodically traverse the terrain ahead, eager for a glance at what awaits. As you crest the next ridge, you observe that all is not how…

How to Politely Decline a Serving of Humble Pie, Compliments of the Mountain.

  By Mike Willis Let’s face it, hunting hurts! But it is the pain that we endure that makes our victories so sweet. People can rarely go from sofa to summit without a thorough break-in period. If you are coming…

Frisky Jenny Trolling Flies- derby winners’ secret weapon

By Mike Willis If you are an angler from the Pacific Northwest, you have most likely heard of “Frisky Jenny Trolling Flies.” These flies have gotten lots of attention in the past for their proven success in producing quality fish. …

Ladies, Eight Steps To Happy Feet

  By Jill J Easton Boots are the enemy. Each year I give away, throw away or prematurely wear out three or four pairs of boots, because they crush my instep, the heel material wears through after a few dozen…

Cold Water Striper Tips

By Mark Fike After hunting for two months straight it can be very nice to take a break and go wet a line. Some outdoorsmen and women wait for warm weather to fish. I take the opportunity any time I…

3 Key Considerations For Making The Most Of All Day Hunts

By Josh Boyd The month of November is undoubtedly an intensely exciting time to be afield in pursuit of whitetail deer. As the emergence of the rut signals the beginning of perhaps the most thrilling days of a deer hunter’s…

How To Maximize Waterfowling Efficiency: Preparation Today For Success Tomorrow

  By Josh Boyd There is something awe-inspiring about witnessing a flock of migrating waterfowl as they cup above your meticulously placed decoys. It is a profound thought that ducks and geese migrate hundreds, if not thousands, of miles only…

Fall Pond Fishing

By Mark Fike Fall is here in the southern portions of America and the ponds have turned over meaning that a lot of fish are deeper now than they were before September arrived. Even though the fish are deeper, there…

Great American Wildlife

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