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Every angler has his bucket list of fishing spots he’d love to visit. For freshwater guys it may be that storied place seen on TV for payara (vampire fish), peacock bass in a jungle setting in another land, or off to Alaska for salmon and trout. For saltwater anglers, sailfish or marlin in Read More…

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Delta Waterfowl Gear (www.deltawaterfowlgear.com) has perfected an idea imagined by duck hunters for decades. They’ve developed a stand for gun dogs that keeps a canine out of the water when hunting a marsh or flooded timber. It’s made of aluminum (weighs under 10 pounds) and a mesh platform Read More…

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Every fishermen needs new and more lures, even those anglers with more tackle boxes than they can count. Some excellent new lures are on the market, including the remarkable line of near bullet-proof Rapala “Saltwater X-Raps.” These are super deep-diving plugs made for heavyweight marine Read More…

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Finally, it appears that some changes in the works to allow U.S.A. military personnel to carry personal firearms on base for their own personal protection. Military.com reports that this is “a move that the Army’s service chief argued against publicly.” A Department of Defense Read More…

The Browning BAR is a popular semi-auto deer rifle.

Despite a misleading headline at another website, a new Pennsylvania state law does NOT allow hunters to use semi-automatic rifles and handguns for hunting deer; instead, it simply gives the game commission the authority to allow it. And the commission is not likely to act anytime soon Although Read More…

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Many hunters hunt for the prized game meat, but they certainly don’t have to. I mean, the majority of us all live close to fully stocked grocery stores with all the meat choices one could imagine. Venison is good food, but it isn’t required. Then, there is the matter of big game heads bearing Read More…

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Open hard-wood ridges are choice places for stands during the rut. Bucks and does love to travel hillsides, and if you place a stand where they’re most visible during their movements, you’re on the road to rut hunting success. Often ridge sides are full of scrapes and rubs, with trail crossings Read More…