Low Winter Water Reveals Springtime Crappie Hotspots

  By Richard Hines  We were just pulling into a small inlet on one of the local Corps of Engineers Lakes. As I was slowing down, I told my friend, “It should be about another 80 feet or so before…

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…

Attention Veterans: Find out why Idaho should be your next vacation destination.

  By Mike Willis There is no doubt that this is a great time to be a veteran. Many states, such as Idaho, have put their best foot forward by showing their appreciation for your many sacrifices.  There are countless…

How to Book and Prepare for a Guided Hunt Out West

  By Tarra Stoddard You’ve saved every dime and now you’re finally ready to book your hunt out west. The best way to pick an outfitter for your hunt is by recommendation from someone you trust. If that isn’t possible…

Caribou Hunting in Alaska – North of the Arctic Circle

  By Mike Willis  Ice road truckers, the Alaskan pipeline, the Arctic Circle, and Prudhoe Bay. These are the things that come to mind when people think about the northernmost region of the last frontier.  All of these are indeed…

North Idaho: A DIY Elk Hunters Paradise 

By Mike Willis A common dream among many big game hunters is to stand on a mountainside, without a person in sight, and listen to the bugling symphony during the North Idaho elk season. For those who have had the…

Visiting Land Between the Lakes -Elk and Bison Prairie 

  Twenty years ago, if anyone would have told me, “wonder if we can have elk in Kentucky, my response would have been, “no way.”  It just didn’t seem possible.  For many years, most residents of the state were also…

Sure Sign of Fall: Surfacing Wipers, Vicious Topwater Strikes

  Photo by Brent Frazee Rick Dykstra looks forward to the cool days of September and October when the wipers chase shad to the surface and can be caught on topwater lures. By Brent Frazee Fall was in the air…and…

Lake Anna’s Dead Sea is Coming to Life!

By Capt. Steve Chaconas Built in the late 60’s and filled ahead of schedule by Hurricane Agnes in 1972, Lake Anna is the second largest lake located entirely in Virginia. Named after the North Anna River, dammed to form the…

Lake Charles Seafood with Lyle Broussard

Photo By Jeff Dennis Fried Gator Bites are a gateway appetizer to great seafood in Lake Charles By Jeff Dennis Seafood lovers should visit the Jack Daniel’s Bar and Grill at the L’Auberge Casino in order to experience what Lake…

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