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It is always intriguing to see the firearms used in various movies, especially the very few that depict stories of hunting adventures. The 1996 movie The Ghost and the Darkness is based on the book The Man-eaters of Tsavo, by John Patterson. The book and the movie give a true account of lion attacks Read More…

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The theory of one shot kills may be a huge misnomer, but certainly remains in the practical realm of reality. Many deer are taken with just one shot, but were they cleanly harvested? As a hunter, it is certainly our responsibility to place our bullets on target in a precise manner to cleanly take Read More…

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It is a common theme in the SHTF bug out or bug in strategy scenarios to plan for a long term hide out. The trick is how long that is, and the answer is always, nobody knows, nor could they know. That is just part of the prepper planning gig. Two SHTF’s that we have[.....]

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Believe it or not, there is actually a proposal out there circulating around the internet suggesting that wild panthers could be introduced in over-populated deer areas. Without a doubt there are areas in the American range of the white-tailed deer that are over populated. However the mere idea that Read More…

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Many of America’s 11 million saltwater anglers are praising a bill filed recently by U.S. Senators Bill Nelson (D-Fla.), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) that seeks to clear the way for full implementation of a landmark law to raise protections for billfish. Read More…

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To encourage the taking of coyotes from March to August, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division is introducing the Georgia Coyote Challenge.  Each coyote killed, up to five (5) a month per hunter/trapper, will earn an entry into a monthly drawing for a lifetime Read More…

Growing potatoes

Potatoes are some of the easiest crops to grow and have been cultivated for hundreds of years by people all over the world. In the southern part of the United States, from the middle of February to the first of March is when potatoes are usually planted. Let’s talk about some of the basics. Read More…