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. […]
What’s the biological reason for gobblers to get “henned up” early during the annual spring turkey season? Charles Ruth, a biologist who works with turkeys in South Carolina, explained that it’s just a natural thing.
Sitting on a flat rock, tucked in against the base of a big tree on the slope down the end of a long ridge, the hunter heard exactly what he wanted to hear in response to his first calls as dawn broke.
Like a lot of fishing guides, Rod Thomas of Capt. Ponytail Guide Service got his training on the water. Unlike a lot of guides, he got plenty of training holding a video camera as well as a fishing rod, filming outdoors TV shows.
One thing he learned is something a lot of inshore saltwater guides are missing from their repertoire: how and when to use a side planer board.