The Thrill of the Bite – Catch & Release Fishing

The thrill of the bite is probably the best part about fishing. Sure the rod bending,  reeling, and the holding of the fish are all awesome, but the initial bite is what we are really after. It sends a rush through the body, knowing the possibilities. It could be the catch of a lifetime for …

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Fishing Texas – Gene Howe Wildlife Management Area

What a great discovery this was! We are very excited about sharing the fishing area we discovered at the Gene Howe Wildlife Management Area near Canadian/Perryton, Texas. The most important thing to know about this area is that you need a Limited Public Use Permit, in addition to a Texas Fishing License. You must purchase …

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Indroducing Newbies to the Outdoors – Creating a Positive Experience

Introducing Newbies to the Outdoors - Creating a Positive Experience by G. Black I am very fortunate because I was raised in the outdoors.  By the time I was 10 years old,  I had shot my first deer (a Coues whitetail) from the San Carlos Apache Reservation, and an elk from the White Mountain Apache Reservation.  …

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Wyoming Hunting Disappointment – New CWD Regulations for Transporting Deer

Greg and I headed to our much anticipated whitetail deer hunting area in Hulett, Wyoming. As we crossed the Wyoming state line from Colorado, I noticed an email pop up on my phone. I glanced at it and it was from Wyoming Game & Fish Department, titled, " Transporting and Disposing of Deer in Wyoming." …

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