A July press release from Johnson Outdoors Marine Electronics begins, “Continuing the evolution of GPS trolling-motor navigation, Minn Kota’s i-Pilot Link utilizes GPS technology and ethernet connectivity to achieve new levels of boat control.” […]
A group of firearms instructors for the sheriff’s office was standing around, waiting for a meeting to begin. One of the guys, the best pistol shooter among that relatively talented group, pulled a little North American Arms .22 Magnum revolver out of his pocket, and began showing it around. […]
No Man’s Land!
It has a romantic ring to it. […]
Dove season opens Saturday and you just got off the phone with your hunting buddy. He has wrangled an invitation from a farmer friend to a dove field for the two of you, and he says the field is swarming with birds. […]
Just look at those rows and rows and rows of soft-plastic creature baits, the success story of the 21st century, on the shelves at the main outlets and the local fishing tackle shops. It can be a mind-boggling challenge to pick up the right one(s). […]
My Lucky Craft Sammy topwater landed less than its length from the base of a cypress tree. I mindlessly snapped it back and forth a couple times to impart that lazy walk-the-dog action that big bass just can’t seem to ignore. […]
Jonathan Ryan is an avid speckled-trout angler.
The perfect day for him is finding some new honey hole in what’s left of the Delacroix marsh, and throwing double-rigged Hybrids to specks that are on Jenny Craig’s new plastic-only diet. […]
The recoil of the 168 grain Hornady Match A-Max .30-06 rammed the rifle stock backwards, pushing it straight into my shoulder—in line with the prone position I had taken in the gravel shooting pit of the rifle range. […]
When the winds of Hurricane Katrina began to subside, a grim view began to immerge on the northeastern shore of Lake Ponchartrain, one that will forever burn in our memories — the hallowed fishing grounds of the Interstate 10 twin spans had been severely damaged. […]