Month: December 2018

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 […]