• Spring Turkey is almost Here!

    January 6, 2009 Comments (0) Hunting

    Spring Turkey hunting is just around the corner and in many states in the country there is a lottery drawing to determine who will receive the limited number of permits that will be available for specific areas. It is important for all you wild turkey hunters to decide if you want to put your name …

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  • Fish Recipe: Broiled Sesame Trout

    January 5, 2009 Comments (0) Recipes

    I had a major craving for trout the other day and since the I was able to go out and catch my due to the time of year, I sauntered on down to my local fish monger, ( I just love using the words ‘fish monger’) purchased some of these beauties and began to create …

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  • Take a kid fishin’

    January 5, 2009 Comments (0) Fishing

    As the old adage goes “Give a man fish, he will eat for a week, Teach a man to fish, he will always eat”. Well, it should start when he is a boy! Fishing is a sport that can really make the father-son bond, a strong and lasting one. Fishing with a kid should start …

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  • Alligator in the Everglades

    December 19, 2008 Comments (1) Photo (Legacy), Photos

    Within a short driving distance from Miami or Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the ncredible Everglades has some of the best hiking, camping and biking areas in the world. The photo of this alligator was taken in October during a bike ride around the Shark Valley region of EVerglades National Park. The wild life viewing

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  • Sailfish Adventures

    December 10, 2008 Comments (0) Fishing, Saltwater

    It was still dark when we arrived at the dock, there was a stiff wind out of the east, and it was January. The best part is that we were in Islamorada and that means no wind chill factor.I just love it down here. We chatted by the transom and soon the mate arrived. He …

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  • The Seven Summits

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    December 7, 2008 Comments (0) Hiking, Travel

    Since Dick Bass reached the Everest in 1985 and became the first person to climb the highest peak on the seven continents, a controversy has erupted. In 1986, Patrick Morrow reached the summit of the Elbrus, and claimed that he was the first person to climb the Seven Summits, not Dick Bass. Dick Bass claimed …

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  • 8 Pointer Up Close

    December 6, 2008 Comments (0) Photo (Legacy), Photos

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  • New Info makes the Hunt Safer

    December 6, 2008 Comments (0) Equipment/Reviews, Hunting

    In a recent study TMA conducted in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC, incidents reported to the CPSC between 1998-2005:• 82% of the incidents reported, the hunters were not wearing any fall-restraint and the incident could have most likely been avoided if they had been connected to the

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    February 22, 2008 Comments (0) Wild Game

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    April 14, 2005 Comments (0) Wild Game

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