Month: December 2018

A middleweight in an excellent class of Leupold laser rangefinders. Nothing quite prepares you for complex shots in hunting like a laser rangefinder. Aiming from distance is challenging beyond simply holding the rifle steady. Every breath of the wind and every extra yard between you and the target can decide everything. Today, let us take […]

  By Jeff Burleson If anybody knows me personally, they know speckled trout are my favorites. I routinely go out of my way to catch speckled trout even when other species may be biting better. And the fall season is prime time for targeting speckled trout along the eastern seaboard. Speckled trout are eating a […]

The Sitka Gear Cloudburst Rain Gear Exceeds Expectations. By Nancy Jo Adams There is no happy medium with raingear; it either works and works well, or it fails and fails miserably. I found that out on my recent archery hunt with a group of ladies in Illinois. When you mix all-day downpours and temperatures in […]

By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com I am an archery novice. Ten years ago, I attended the Women’s Wilderness Escape (WWE) at the NRA Whittington Center in Raton, New Mexico. During the week I had the opportunity to learn how to shoot a bow. I shot the compound bow “Genesis” by Mathews. After the event I […]

  By Jeff Burleson Everything cranks up during the fall of the year and the redfish are no exception. Depending on where you are from, redfish get a long list of names, including: spot-tailed bass, puppy drum, red drum, channel bass, or just reds. Falling water temperatures shifts the baitfish and shrimp around towards the […]