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  • The Old Man in the Mirror

    September 3, 2020
    Dave Barus
    The Old Man in the Mirror Hunting, fishing, frog-giggin’ and sucker -grabbin’ Freckles, frowns, wrinkles and specks of gray…is winter here? Kids, grandkids, heartwarming memories…thank you Lord.  Pass it on.   By Larry Whiteley      He was up early getting ready to pick up his son to go deer hunting. He had brushed his teeth and was washing his face. ... Read More >>
  • Rocky Mountain National Park – EXPLORE the Amazing and Unique Alpine Tundra Ecosystem found here

    August 27, 2020
    Dave Barus
    Rocky Mountain National Park - EXPLORE the Amazing and Unique Alpine Tundra Ecosystem found here Elk, Moose, Black Bear, Birds, Fish, Mountains – Great Views…Bring a Camera! Take note of National Park Entry Permit Requirements, VISIT www.RECREATION.GOV One memory here can last for All Time, especially when you stand on the Continental Divide, located here. East to the Atlantic, west to the Pacific. Wow. Black Bear in Rocky ... Read More >>
  • American Baitworks catches Doug Minor!

    July 21, 2020
    David Gray
    American Baitworks catches Doug Minor!By David Gray Doug Minor just embarked on his latest fishing adventure.  Although this is a business adventure, it is very much about fishing.  It took some talking to get Doug, who led Strike King lures through 37 years of innovation and growth, to consider coming out of retirement just weeks ... Read More >>
  • Frog Fshing! Time for BIG Summer BASS

    July 19, 2020
    Forrest Fisher
    Frog Fshing! Time for BIG Summer BASS Summer is here, frogs are breakfast food for big bass Not all frog lures are created equal, learn about differences below Heavy frogs, light frogs – when to use each of these By Forrest Fisher Did you know that bullfrogs never sleep? Some say that’s why big bass never sleep either! With summer water ... Read More >>
  • The Last Cast

    July 9, 2020
    Larry Whiteley
    The Last Cast Sunrise, Sunset, Starshine…life-long breathtaking moments Family, Fishing, Memories, Doctors…and Reality  Radiation, Chemo…Time to Re-Rig  By Larry Whiteley He was alone on the lake. The sunrise was breathtaking. He had seen lots of mornings but none this beautiful. His first cast landed near some bushes. He felt the thump and set the hook. The largemouth ... Read More >>
  • The Eagle Sees the Round Rainbow

    July 3, 2020
    Larry Whiteley
    The Eagle Sees the Round Rainbow Eagles are an American Icon Eagles signified majestic strength from the ancient times of Babylon, Egypt and Rome Eagles are part of Native American tribe mythology Eagles…respect, honor, tradition, nature, awe. By Larry Whiteley The bald eagle’s role as our nation’s symbol goes back to 1782 when it was added to the Great Seal of ... Read More >>
  • It’s Amazing what can Happen…When you Teach a Boy to Shoot a Bow

    June 30, 2020
    Larry Whiteley
    It’s Amazing what can Happen...When you Teach a Boy to Shoot a Bow Mentors play an important role in our outdoor heritage and future By Larry Whiteley David Merrill grew up hiking, fishing, and camping in Oregon’s Cascade Mountains. It was an amazing place where a young David would discover many life experiences in the great outdoors as he roamed through the mountains and valleys ... Read More >>
  • USA Veterans CATCH FUN and FISH at Lake Erie WALLEYE EVENT

    June 29, 2020
    Forrest Fisher
    USA Veterans CATCH FUN and FISH at Lake Erie WALLEYE EVENT Chautauqua County, NY – Veterans enjoyed this free event sponsored by WNY Heroes, Inc. – they caught fish and line-stretching fun departing from Chadwick Bay Marina/Clarion Hotel. Chartreuse stickbaits (Yaleye Lure) and spinner/worm rigs (Eye-Fish Rigs) were the hot lures Wind and waves did not deter volunteer charter captains from finding the ... Read More >>
  • Firearm Industry in support of HISTORIC Senate Passage of Great American Outdoors Act

    June 19, 2020
    Dave Barus
    Firearm Industry in support of HISTORIC Senate Passage of Great American Outdoors ActNSSF®, the firearm industry trade association, praised the U.S. Senate’s passage of the Great American Outdoors Act, (H.R. 1957). This historic legislation, which received overwhelming bipartisan support, is among the most meaningful legislative measures for sportsmen conservationists ever. The Senate’s approval is a major step forward toward delivering on the ... Read More >>
  • Shooting Range…Building Out Your Kit, Go Prepared

    June 19, 2020
    Blake Tabb
    Want to have a more successful and safe shooting range trip? Make sure you’ve got the right gear By Blake Tabb   Do you want to have a more successful and safer shooting range trip? Make sure you’ve got the right gear! Preparation for range day begins with the right range bag and ends ... Read More >>
  • Salmon Tourney Winners Find Big Spring Fish! Wilson, New York

    June 13, 2020
    Bill Hilts
    Salmon Tourney Winners Find Big Spring Fish! Wilson, New York Congratulations to the U-Betcha team led by Capt. Chris Vogt of Albion. They won the Wilson Harbor Invitational Tournament and nearly $15,000 in cash last weekend. The tournament is based on the best six salmon for the day and their 6 fish weighed in at 90.92 pounds for a total ... Read More >>
  • Recreational Red Snapper Season open in Gulf State and Federal Waters

    June 13, 2020
    Dave Barus
    Recreational Red Snapper Season open in Gulf State and Federal WatersThe recreational Red Snapper Season will opened on June 11 for Gulf state and federal waters, and will remain open through July 25, closing on July 26. “I’m excited to announce the beginning of Florida’s recreational Red Snapper Season in state and federal Gulf waters beginning Thursday, June 11,” said Governor ... Read More >>

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