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Bluegill Bed Fishing Bonanza

By Josh Boyd Reflecting back, it is probably safe to say that for most anglers, their love affair with fishing began at a tender age, as they drew their first bluegill from the depths before them. These feisty, pint-sized fish…

Finesse Fishing for Finicky Bass

By Josh Boyd  All too often, tight-lipped bass are reluctant to strike, as anglers dig deep into their tackle boxes in search of anything that will turn the tides in their favor. The passing of fronts, unseasonable temperatures, and drastically…

How to Get Your Next Clam Meal in Alaska!

By Stacey Sutherlin The best time for clam digging is from spring to early fall. Razor clams spawn in the summer (July-August) and it’s said that razor clams taste the best in early summer, although some outdoor enthusiasts say it…

Fixed?

By Jill J Easton Having an unneutered dog can be a problem. It complicates hunting, makes your vet and friends talk seriously about your ‘responsibility,’ and sometimes leads to ugly puppies that need homes. Everybody should have their dog fixed,…

Keeping Travel Pleasant, Desirable, and Safe

By Kristy Fike Most gun dogs double as family companions. As family companions, our partners get many truck rides to the field or a park with the family. A dog that whines, barks, or that cannot sit still is a…

SpyHigh Trail Camera Mounting System

By Mike Willis The security of your equipment is a huge challenge when mounting trail cameras. Unfortunately, critters are not the only things lurking in our woods. Many trail cameras get ripped off every year, leaving people high and dry…

Morel Hunting

By Stacey Sutherlin A springtime favorite for many outdoor lovers and foragers are morels, also called Morchella. Since I was a child, I remember trekking through the temperate rainforest of the Pacific Northwest gathering different edible mushrooms with my father.…

Want Your Own Source of Veggies But Have Little Space?

By Mark Fike Given the troubling times and the possibility of your local grocer being out of items, many people are now considering growing their own foods. A recent call to a seed company left me a bit surprised as…

Fence Lizards—Docile Insect Vacuums

By Mark Fike Sometimes those of us that live in rural areas or even suburban areas take things in our immediate environment for granted. Take for instance the insects or life around the house. Because I live well off the…

Alaska’s Razor Clams

By Stacey Sutherlin As spring comes into season, many outdoor enthusiasts gear up for many different outdoor activities which include digging razor clams. Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula has provided great clamming opportunities for years, bringing many to the area to provide…

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