Adrian College anglers, Jarrett Martin and Zachary Graham, both of Gallipolis, Ohio, won the YETI FLW College Fishing Northern Conference tournament at Chautauqua Lake. Click Picture for Story
  • Fishing


    July 25th, 2017
    ADRIAN COLLEGE WINS YETI-FLW NORTHERN CONFERENCE Jarret Martin & Zachary Graham Haul in 20 Bass, Weigh 5 biggest: 16lbs-3oz Presented by Bass Pro Shops CHAUTAUQUA, N.Y. (July 24, 2017) - The Adrian College duo of Jarrett Martin and Zachary Graham, both of Gallipolis, Ohio, won the YETI FLW College Fishing Northern Conference tournament at Chautauqua Lake.  Presented by Bass Pro Shops, the two-angler team weighed in their five-bass limit at 16 pounds, 3 ounces.   The victory...
  • Hunting

    Learn Elk Hunting: Archery Details, Step-by-Step

    July 17th, 2017
    By Forrest Fisher The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) has gone beyond the norm to help people everywhere learn more about conservation and hunting, and why hunting is so important to conservation. Just having returned from a visit to Medora, North Dakota, and the National Park that Teddy Roosevelt created there, I am sure that our late President Roosevelt would be so very proud of the dedicated folks at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. I joined RMEF this past year and keep asking...
  • Shooting


    July 22nd, 2017
    New Ulm, Minnesota (July 20, 2017) – Amtrak, which operates more than 300 trains daily across the United States, now allows passengers to transport archery equipment as checked baggage. Amtrak previously prohibited archery gear on its trains, but changed its policy thanks to advocacy by the Archery Trade Association, with support from U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Georgia, USA Archery and the National Field Archery Association. This change gives America’s estimated 23.8 million archers the...
  • Guides & Outfitters

    17 Walleye, Less than 90 Minutes: HERE’S HOW

    July 10th, 2017
    SLOW-TROLL Tricks are Deadly on Walleye Waters Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota, offers Hands-On Learning Bring a Camera: Canyon Colors and Walleye Go Good Together By Forest Fisher Wanna catch walleye?  Know the two rules that apply everywhere.  Rule #1: Catching fish is fun.  Rule #2: Fishing with a professional guide that understands fish movement helps to make Rule #1 possible.  You can do it on your own later. No matter where you go, catching quality walleye as a target species...
  • Conservation


    July 25th, 2017
    Black bears have been active stealing food. Campers, hikers, and rock climbers om alert in two locations Campers and hikers are encouraged to keep all food, toiletries, and garbage in a bear resistant canister to avoid attracting black bears. Campers are also advised to avoid cooking and eating after dark. Prepare and eat food away from the tent site. If approached by a bear, do not give it food. Make noise and try to scare it away. Call the DEC Regional Wildlife Office at 518-897-1291...
  • Travel

    Mount Rushmore – Full of Glory on Independence Day

    July 3rd, 2017
    By Forrest Fisher Mount Rushmore is no ordinary mountain.  Visiting this sacred place in the Black Hills of South Dakota has been on our “bucket list” for a long time.  As we approached from the north driving down Highway 85, the illusion of darkness rising on the horizon - the Black Hills in the distance, was clear and beautiful. “There they are,” said my excited best friend and wife of 48 years. “They’re so awesome, aren’t they?” Added my granddaughter, Kiley Rose, a college...
  • Cooking

    Poached Venison Burgers – so simple, so delicious

    June 8th, 2017
    By Fern Fisher Many of my outdoor guide friends in the mid-west and northeast use this recipe, or a recipe quite similar to this one, to share in the bounty of fat-free deer meat found and harvested on our lands across this great country.  It's easy, tasty and healthy. Ingredients: 1 pound ground venison 1 egg 1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs, adjust with addition of water to mix for proper burger forming consistency 1/4 -1/2 cup finely chopped sweet onion 2 tbsp. minced...
  • Love of the Sport


    July 17th, 2017
    By Larry Whiteley When most people think of snorkeling they think of sandy beaches, blue saltwater and coral reefs, but Missouri’s freshwater streams and lakes can also be a fascinating snorkeling adventure. We don't usually think of our local fresh bodies of water as a place to grab your mask, fins and snorkel for an adventure but after you read this I think you will change your mind. You would be amazed at the opportunities that are available for snorkelers in Missouri and all you have...
  • People Places Products

    Rapid-Adjustment Sight Leads the New Sight Lineup

    June 29th, 2017
    From their home in Superior, Wi., Rocky Mountain brand has roared back to life with the introduction of innovative new broadheads as well as a new lineup of archery sights.  Leading the sight lineup is the new Rocky Mountain Driver sight that can be adjusted for elevation quickly, easily, and very reliably. Available in either a 1-pin or a 3-pin configuration, the Rocky Mountain Driver features hard-coat-anodized all-aluminum construction with a dovetail mount design.   The dovetail mount...