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Ashes and Beyond: A Dying Wife’s Unselfish Gift Fulfills Hunter’s Lifelong Dream

By Greg Duncan Loss is a part of our lives. If you live long enough, you will eventually lose someone you love. For those that lose a loved one to cancer, the experience can be excruciating. Watching them slowly slip…

Farm Pond Bass

By Pete Rogers It was a simpler time for sure. A time for discovery and adventure for all young boys and girls in rural America.  Summers were filled with days spent riding my bicycle from one farm pond to another,…

Man The Torpedoes, Full Speed Ahead!! 

By Capt. Steve Chaconas Someday paleontologists will unearth cave drawings of pre-historic prop baits. This often-neglected artificial-artifact dating back to the late 1800’s might be gathering dust in tackle boxes, but prop baits can still create a buzz. Simplicity might…

Southerners Are Using These Guns to Fight Off Feral Hogs

By Sam Dawson Wild Hog populations are exploding in the United States, and these massive destructive beasts are a big threat to humans. With these animals destroying crops, and leaving humans maimed or worse after an attack, you don’t want…

If You Build It, They Will Come: Creating Whitetail Watering Holes

By Josh Boyd The sun’s intense rays, coupled with humidity of a stifling nature cast relentless swelter as you sit atop your elevated perch in a white oak. With little more than an hour of time logged on stand, sweat…

A Culinary Mack Attack

By Mark Fike Years ago I was doing a write up on a charter boat business in Virginia and I had my first bite of Spanish mackerel. I had arrived at the dock a bit early and I was chatting…

Preparing and Cooking Doves Italian Style

By Richard Hines If you ask most dove hunters, few really hunt many days past the opening weekend. If doves were as good to eat as some of the other North American game birds, they might be pursued a little…

Fishing the Jumps

Photo by Brent Frazee When wolf packs of white bass push shad to the surface in the heat of summer, guides such as Gene Pearcy experience some of the best fishing of the year. By Brent Frazee There are only…

Scent Control in Hot Weather

By Pete Rogers The afternoon sun was scorching hot. Temperatures were near triple digits, and my clothes were soaked with sweat. August 15th is the traditional opening day of deer season along the coastal plain of South Carolina. The opening…

Iconic Lures Are Still Catching Fish

 By Ed Wall It’s a tribute to the power of marketing in a free enterprise system that certain products can be identified just by their brand names. Simply say “Model T,” “Kleenex” or “Pepsi” and folks know exactly what you’re…

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