Month: September 2018

  By Jeff Burleson For striped bass anglers navigating the slick jetty rocks along the North Atlantic to diehard duck hunters busting through ice-covered rice fields in Arkansas, wading gear is necessary equipment for the outdoor enthusiast where negotiating inundated lairs is part of the game. I recently got a chance to incorporate Korkers Devil’s […]

Extra gripping power you didn’t even know you needed. By David Link If you’re a gear junkie like me, then you probably have a lot of different gadgets and devices stored away in the closet or garage. Of course when a camping trip or other outing comes up, I pack up all the gear I […]

  By Jeff Burleson Just recently, I received the opportunity to get my hands on an inflatable, belt-style personal floatation device called the Onyx M-16 Low Profile Personal Floatation Device (PFD). This unit is rated by the U.S. Coast Guard as a Type V PFD, but it can function very well as a comfortable floatation […]

By Pete Rogers In today’s outdoor world, footwear is getting inundated with new and exciting brands. How can a simple boot become so valuable to investors and to users? Which boot should I buy? What is it about a boot that makes me want to spend my money on this one rather than that one? […]