Snow Goose Hunting: A Feast or Famine Affair
Without a doubt, snow goose hunting can be a feast or famine affair. Sometimes you hit it perfectly and some days you don’t.
Playing by the Rules for Winter Panfish
Like other types of outdoor activities, fishing isn’t always an exact science. There is no one perfect way to put fish on the ice.
Winter Success Rarely Comes Without Effort
Part of my success was due to my unwillingness to quit trying when I didn’t immediately succeed.
Dogs Increase the Quality of the Hunt
Although she had logged countless training hours of retrieving dummies and tracking makeshift scent trails, this was her first true pheasant hunting experience in the field.
Some Days It Is All About Concealment
Hunting smart geese is difficult with a small group of hunters. Put five people in a field and the task of pulling birds into gun range becomes all the more challenging.
Targeting Those Shallow Fish
When it comes to targeting summer bass, there are many considerations that need to be pondered. The first one that always comes to mind is depth.
Rigged and Ready for Live Bait
Live bait rigging for walleyes is about as classic a walleye presentation as anyone can find.
Improve Live Bait Success with Quality Rods
Being able to play the bite with little resistance to the fish is absolutely critical.
Reefing Walleyes on Rainy Lake
For some reason, we seemed to be hooking a higher number fish that were over 20 inches.
Spring Snow Goose Hunting: An Ever Evolving Sport
I have been an avid waterfowl hunter for more than 50 years. The one fact I have learned again and again is that snow goose hunting is an ever evolving sport that takes extensive planning and careful execution.