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Sluggish Bass Can’t Resist Suspending Jerkbaits

By Brent Frazee This was a fair-weather fisherman’s worst nightmare. On a miserable day in March, spring was coming in like a lion. The air temperature had plummeted to 30 degrees and a cold north wind was kicking up whitecaps…

A Successful Turkey Season

By Mike Willis It’s that time of year again when outdoorsmen and women everywhere are getting the itch after a long winter to get out and reunite themselves with the great American wildlife. For those who have cabin fever from…

Hunting for Shed Antlers is Informative and Fun

Shed antler from an 8-point buck found in 2018 Photo By Jeff Dennis By Jeff Dennis Did you know that bucks, or male white-tailed deer, grow a new pair of antlers every year? Bucks cast off their old antlers during…

Deer Chili in the Southern Tradition

By Stacey S. Whitman The news is calling for a winter storm and we know the family will be around the house for a few days. Your freezer may look like our freezer, and be full of good venison from…

Black Bears on the Prowl

By Richard Simms For years wildlife experts have shared the message of backyard wildlife and how anyone, even folks who live in suburbia, can enjoy the beauty of the outdoors with something as simple as a bird feeder. But these…

Prepping to Meet Mr. Tom

Pattern your shotgun before going turkey hunting By: Mark Fike Turkey season is on every hunter’s mind this month and the spring hunting catalogs have been doggy eared and browsed through a few times already. But have you done everything…

Logging for Bass

Effective angling starts with gathering information. The internet, magazines, and classroom tutorials like Bass University yield details discovered well in advance of the waypoint generation. In the late 70s, angling pioneers took mental and written log notes, transforming them into…

Hooking Up An Old Silver Buddy

Sharp hooks make a difference, especially in winter fishing when fish mouths are much tougher. After most of the country has been in a deep freeze, iced out ramps and fishing spots have been giving anglers a bad case of…

Rabbit in the Pot Recipe

By: Mark Fike Now that squirrel and rabbit season has ended across the U.S. many of us are staring at a freezer that has plenty of meat in it. While we all have our favorite recipes to use on various…

Tips And Tactics For Taking Tough Turkeys

By: Glynn Harris Perhaps it’s because I live on the sunny side of the Mason-Dixon Line that I seem to have gravitated to the southern reaches of several states when it comes to hunting wild turkeys. I’ve taken gobblers from…

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