This ‘Cajun Sleigh Ride’ is a Real Drag

Captain Brian Sherman recalls the story of the husband and wife fishing with him last New Year’s Eve. The couple had traveled from New York City for a day of casting for bull redfish in the marshes of south Louisiana. The day did not disappoint.

Skeeter/Yamaha Pro Brandon Palaniuk Claims 2017 Toyota®

Skeeter/Yamaha Pro Brandon Palaniuk is the 2017 Toyota® Bassmaster® Angler of the Year.  Palaniuk caught 62 pounds, 3 ounces of bass to finish in 20th place, earning the points he needed to surpass Oklahoma Pro Jason Christie by a final margin of 902 to 888 points, and claim his first Angler of the Year title during the Toyota® Mille Lacs Championship tournament.

Now is the Time to Book Waterfowl Hunts to South Louisiana

Home Run Fishing Charters & Lodge has an over 78 percent rate of repeat business for a reason. The saltwater fishing for species variety and trophy size is better than anywhere else in the nation.

How to Dock Like a Pro

Whether a beginner or a confident captain, nothing can be more challenging than docking a boat. It doesn’t matter if it is a 20-foot bass boat on a sheltered lake or an 80-foot yacht coming in from a long passage; getting close to a marina slip can be enough to make anyone white-knuckle the steering wheel – even on a clear day with no wind, current or mechanical issues.

Essentials for the Bowhunter’s Pack

Time flies! Soon those early season whitetails will be roaming and preparation time starts now. There are those who are already busy setting up hanging stands and installing fall food plots, but even with all this important work, the one thing that cannot lack attention is your backpack. So what are the three essentials that need to fill that bowhunting pack in order to make a day of hunting a successful one?

Born in America: The History of Evinrude Engines – The First Outboard

  Born in America: The History of Evinrude Engines – The First Outboard   Ole Evinrude was born on a farm in Norway on April 19, 1877, one of eleven children born to Andrew and Beatta Evinrude. At the age of five, Ole moved, by ship with his family to America, settling in Cambridge, Wisconsin. […]

There’s Nothing More Important Than Your Electronics

  There’s Nothing More Important Than Your Electronics   Mike Iaconelli has had a passion for fishing since childhood and has been competing in fishing tournaments since high school. Since that time, Mike has either won or nearly won, nearly every major award in tournament bass fishing – most notably the 2003 Bassmaster Classic and […]

RedFin Charters Make Fishing in Charleston a Fantastic Adventure

  RedFin Charters Make Fishing in Charleston a Fantastic Adventure   So you wish to fish inshore in the beauty that is Charleston, South Carolina. Well, you should. After all, the Lowcountry’s tidal waters are alive with the highly sought after fighting Redfish, as well as other varieties of inshore fish that include the Speckled […]

The “Must-Have” Trio for Your Fall Backpacking Adventure

  The “Must-Have” Trio for Your Fall Backpacking Adventure by Amy Lignor   When you talk about a backpacking trip, you don’t feel the heaviness or the hard work laying ahead like you do when planning a major camping trip. After all, when it comes to the backpacking trip, you only have a small amount […]

Dove Recipes for Every Part of the Feast

Dove recipes come in all forms – from fancy to family dinners. From grilled to sautéed to Grandma’s “best of the best” meals, the dove can be the star of many main courses. But…let us begin with the appetizer portion. There are many dishes out there that can be used for this part of the feast, but when it comes to dove meat, there is one recipe – the Pan-Fried Dove Appetizer – that is heralded by many as being the best…although the Dove Kabobs come in a close second.

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial