If you’ve ever had a hunting lease with perfect spots for food plots or a small dove field, but had no access to a tractor, you were probably out of luck when it came to planting clover, buckwheat, rape, sorghum, millet or sunflowers. […]
Anglers who like to fish with live minnows but don’t like to drag along a bucket – especially if they’re wading or fishing from a kayak or other paddle boat – will feel like somebody is thinking about them with the introduction of the Bait-Up live bait container. […]
I inherited a .22 WMR rifle several years ago upon the death of my father-in-law, and until a few weeks ago, I didn’t really shoot it very much because I’m not all that keen on punching holes in paper just for fun. […]
Soft-plastic lizards were all the rage 20 years ago when the Carolina rig ruled the bass-fishing world, but over the past decade, you haven’t heard much about them. The creature bait has been the hot lure. […]
I’m reasonably certain that my quest for a shotgun to devote entirely to waterfowl hunting has come to an end.
A successful one.
I own better than a half-dozen shotguns, but none of them exactly fits the bill when woodies or greenheads are pitching into a hidden little pond in search of acorns. […]
Years ago, my dad took me on a trip to look for hunting land in the mountains of West Virginia, and on one piece of property, the landowner pulled out an old cigar box to convince us how good the hunting was on the property.
Few people in the hunting industry would ever describe Marshall Collette as “understated.”
The big, garrulous hunter, a long-time pro staff member for companies like Mossy Oak and Quaker Boy, is rarely at a loss for words or opinions.
August temperatures can be pretty rough on fishermen, and not just because of the heat. Lakes and rivers are full of recreational boaters, which can be as big a headache as 95-degree days with 80-percent humidity and no wind.