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  • A “Sneak Peek” at the 10 BERKLEY TOPWATER LURES introduced at ICAST-2018

    New moderately priced line from Berkley includes walking baits, waking baits, poppers, ploppers and prop baits Ten lure types in 16 size variants and 23 colors Designed by Bassmaster Elite Angler Justin Lucas and Forrest Wood Cup Champ Scott Suggs By Mike Pehanich The new Berkley topwater line introduced at ICAST 2018 straddles the surface lure spectrum, from ploppers and poppers to walkers and ... Read More >
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  • Light Wizards of the Midnight Woods

      By Forrest Fisher The half-moon rising in the distant eastern sky was dim and sheltered by scattered, giant, white clouds. The openings in the clouds allowed us to see millions of stars and the vastness of the Milky Way as we have never seen before. There were no streetlights anywhere within miles of this cheerful and peaceful mountaintop place and the ... Read More >
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  • King Salmon on the MOVE TO YOUR LINE near Niagara Falls USA

    Kings are on the move Early and Close to Shore! Spoons, Lures, Meat…all working Fishing Forecast and Tournament Results (August 2, 2018)  August is a crazy time of year for fishing because of the number of fishing contests and because the fishing is usually so darn good. Salmon are reaching their peak size as they slowly migrate back to the areas they were ... Read More >
  • Triple Spur Turkey taken in New York Woods

    The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Hunting & Trapping Newsletter brings news of a veteran spring turkey hunter from New York that bagged a bird with rare triple spurs This spring, retired DEC biologist and avid turkey hunter Bill Hollister knew he had found something rare after he bagged a gobbler in Columbia County. Once he had the ... Read More >
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  • The GREATEST STORY NEVER TOLD

    This youth program exists in 80 countries and the United States, do your kids know about it? Program includes STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education Kids build life skills…honesty, responsibility, decision-making, teamwork, self-discipline, self-confidence, problem solving By Larry Whiteley You will probably never hear this story being told on CNN, CBS or NBC national news. You probably won’t ever read a story about ... Read More >
  • Light Wizards of the Midnight Woods

      By Forrest Fisher The half-moon rising in the distant eastern sky was dim and sheltered by scattered, giant, white clouds. The openings in the clouds allowed us to see millions of stars and the vastness of the Milky Way as we have never seen before. There were no streetlights anywhere within miles of this cheerful and peaceful mountaintop place and the ... Read More >
  • STRONG AS AN OXX…Camp Coffee when You Want It

       Like Coffee? Get Camping Much? You Might Need This.  Portable TOUGH Coffee Maker that Takes Any K-Cup. My Search is Over! By Larry Whiteley A recent Harvard School of Public Health study showed 54% of Americans drink coffee and you can count me into that percentage. I enjoy my coffee as I sit at my desk in the early morning hours writing articles and piloting ... Read More >
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  • National Program Critical for Recreational Access

      MISSOULA, Mont.—A funding mechanism with a long name provides long-lasting benefits for hunters, anglers, hikers and others seeking improved access to America’s wild landscapes. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation recently partnered with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to leverage more than $1 million in appropriations from the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) Priority Recreation Access program to open ... Read More >