The Abu Garcia C4 Round Bait Casting reel is perfect for trolling or casting for big fish on big water
When it comes time to choose a new bait casting reel, a fisherman needs to consider several things. Price is always a factor, but most of the time, you pay for what you get. Quality is another big determination, since you want the reel to feel good and work correctly. Finally, durability is involved to make sure that your investment lasts for many seasons to come. The Abu Garcia C4 Round Baitcasting Reel exemplifies excellence in all of these characteristics and is available at Cabelas for only $139.99. Continue Reading →
This massive spike buck was shot in 2013 in North Carolina and was estimated to be 10-12 years old
This gigantic spike buck was shot last fall in North Carolina by Dennie Bowman on his uncle’s hunting land. It has got to be one of the biggest spike bucks ever, or at least any that I have ever seen. Bowman set up on a hill and thought he was shooting at an 8 pointer that he had photos of, but after he shot and got a better look at the deer, he quickly realized it was not what he thought it was. Bluff Country Boys TV recently posted this photo of the buck and we were very excited to see it. Continue Reading →
The iCallElk App is an instructional application available on Apple devices to help hunters learn how to call in elk better.
A father and son elk calling duo who have both won big competitions for their skills have created and released a new app for Apple devices to help hunters improve their elk calling. Bryan Langley is a 2012 and 2013 Pro Division world elk-calling champion and his 15 year old son Brayden is a former Peewee Division elk-calling champion from McMinnville, Oregon. The duo teamed up to create an app for hunters to help them learn how to better produce elk sounds from various calls with instructions, sound clips and videos. Continue Reading →
These Pheasant Hunting Tips will help you put more birds on the table this season
While most of the hardcore pheasant seasons are over across the U.S. it’s just starting up for dog trainers and hunters and those who enjoy hunting pheasant game farms in the winter time and late season bird hunts. Pheasant hunting is a one-size-fits-all endeavor. It’s low-tech enough that you can do it by yourself. But it’s just as fun with a group of buddies and dogs. It can be done competitively, or just to put a delicious meal on the table. Continue Reading →
A 5.78 pound Redear sunfish was caught in Lake Havasu and will be the new world record sunfish.
If you’ve ever wanted to see a pan-sized panfish, then here is your chance. According to Arizona Game and Fish Department, Hector Brito hauled in a pending world-record Redear sunfish out of Lake Havasu. The fish weighed 5.78 pounds, which would break the record of the old fish that weighed 5.55 pounds. Continue Reading →
Everyone has a bad day and this deer apparently is having his. Either that, or it has absolutely no sense of direction. In any case, this is a pretty funny video that someone managed to take of a doe and two fawns running alongside the road when they tried to jump a fence. Try is the key word here, since the doe didn’t quite make it over. Continue Reading →
VA Governor to Sign Sunday Hunting into Law, Much to Dismay of Conservatives
VA Governor to Sign Bill Allowing Sunday Hunting on Private Lands
Last month we posted an article about a bill that was in the Virginia Senate to allow hunting on Sundays. Now, proponents of the bill can rejoice because Governor Terry McAuliffe has said that he will sign the bill into law. While this is a step in the right direction, it unfortunately only allows hunting to hunters on private property with written permission. Public lands will still not allow Sunday hunting, but waterfowl hunters will be able to hunt over public waters such as the Chesapeake Bay. Continue Reading →
Three-quarters of the Great Lakes are covered by ice according to the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory
All of the cold weather and extreme polar vortexes around the country may have most people hunkering down indoors, but ice fisherman are thriving, especially in the Great Lakes. This year has produced exceptional ice on many lakes that fisherman may not normally have the chance to explore, including the Great Lakes. Three quarters (78.7%) of the Great Lakes are frozen this year, the highest percentage since 1996. Continue Reading →
The Realtree Athletic shoes by Old Dominion look great and are comfortable for every day wear
These days you can find Realtree Camo on nearly everything, but this is the first I’ve seen them on athletic shoes. The new style from Old Dominion features Realtree Xtra Green in the men’s shoes and Realtree Girl colors with orange or hot pink. The shoes are light-weight and flexible so that you’ll be able to run in them and wear them in the gym. They also look very cool and are perfect for hiking and general all-day wear. Check out the Realtree Athletic Shoes by Old Dominion here at the Realtree website.
Costa Del Mar Fantail Sun Glasses- Realtree XTRA CAMO
The Costa Fantail polarized sunglasses are one of the best fishing sun glasses and come with a lifetime warranty.
What’s better than a sick pair of shades while you’re fishing? How about some shades that come in camo! Costa Del Mar’s reputation for making stylish and practical sunglasses for a long time and the Fantail model is one of the coolest pair of glasses for the water available. Not only do the Costa Del Mar Fantail Sunglasses come in a full array of colors and lens options, but they also are now available in Realtree XTRA Camo. With a pair of Costa Del Mar Fantail Sun glasses in Realtree XTRA Camo, you’ll be the best looking guy on the water. Continue Reading →