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Sneaky Tuskers

By Pete Rogers The distinct grunt caught my attention and I immediately froze. Then another, and another – it was a group of pigs feeding mere yards from me. I am one of those rare hunters who prefer hunting pigs…

Sling Camping

By Pete Rogers A few years ago, my son decided he wanted to go for an overnight camping trip. I am still not sure what spurred this idea, but I jumped at the chance to get him outdoors. Looking through…

Floatfishing Cats

Say the word “catfish” and anglers automatically think of bottom rigs. But that would be a mistake if you’re looking for a cooler full of fish when fishing tidal or moving waters where catfish thrive. While mammoth catfish are fun…

Tennessee Tailwater Trout Fishery

Photo By Jeff Dennis Captain Teo Whitlock holds a brown trout for the angler By: Jeff Dennis When the temperatures reach the 90-degree range, and the humidity soars, a weekend retreat to the mountains for some trout fishing comes to…

Turn on the Lights and Fish

By Capt. Steve Chaconas Clarksville, Virginia is the hot spot for freshwater nighttime fishing on the East Coast. Kerr Lake in southern Virginia right on the North Carolina border is well-known for largemouth bass, stripers, catfish and crappie. Numerous bass…

Summer Flounder Fun for Fine Table Fare

Photo By Jeff Dennis Flounder caught on a DOA shrimp By: Jeff Dennis Part of the allure of saltwater fishing is the diversity of species that anglers can catch. But when there are flounder to be caught, many anglers can’t…

Getting into the BIG BASS ZONE

By Capt. Steve Chaconas Ever admire a pro golfer altering his swing to induce the right amount of slice to get around a tree with just enough backspin to keep the ball on the green? You might not see fishing…

Decoy Dogs for Coyotes

By Pete Rogers Looking across the prairie, the distance seems endless. The rolling hills of North Dakota are some of the finest for coyote hunting in North America. If you have never been to North Dakota, it is likely your…

Crappie Under the Cover of Darkness

By Josh Boyd As mild spring weather dwindles, the influx of stifling heat signals the arrival of yet another sweat-inducing summer. As the sun’s rays simmer off of the surface of the nation’s waterways, many anglers’ thoughts begin to turn…

Let Snakeheads Invade Your Menu!

By Mark Fike When the first snakehead was discovered in the tributaries of the Potomac River near our nation’s capital years ago, there was an outpouring of fear, irritation and anxiety by some anglers, particularly bass anglers. The fear was…

Great American Wildlife

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