Year: 2013

A Day in the Tree!

Deer hunting changes with the seasons and locations. After years of long distant shooting and stalking “whiteys and Mulies” in Montana, I returned to Maryland this fall and enjoyed hunting from a tree stand. Hunting in tree stands is a

Food For the Soul!

Humans are Hunters and Gatherers. At one time, Hunters were once the community provider of fresh meat for the family and community. Daniel Boone and Meshack Browning spent their time hunting and providing for their families. Their success meant survival.


If your hunting goal is to harvest a BIG BUCK, you need to hunt and scout year around. Scouting and preparation are essential for success. Hunt early and stay late when you hunt. Hunters evolve as their experience and skill


Bird hunters are again able to stand in a corn or wheat field and yell “Cock”! This rite of passage occurs during the annual Pheasant hunting season. If you yelled “Cock” at other times of the year, you may be

Blood Upon The Earth!

The changing colors of leaves, each Fall, signals shorter days and colder nights. Most ancient people didn’t have the luxury of a “Weather App” or news channel to know what time of year it was. They relied upon natures’ signs

Girls Can Fish Too!

Fishing is a wonderful sport for men and women! We all know of wives and girlfriends that bailed on a relationship because their boyfriend or Husband went hunting and fishing too much. Instead they wanted their MAN to stay home

Don’t Jump!

Elk can found almost anywhere throughout Montana. We find their tracks and sign in so many strange places. Tourists can get closer to elk in Yellowstone Park. There is often a herd of friendly elk near the Mammoth Hot Springs

Sweetening Fish Filets

This article has been requested many times so here it is again! How many times has someone told you that your favorite fish recipe “tastes fishy”? Here’s a great trick to clean your fresh filets and enhance their flavor. Once

Fish Kissing!

Why do fishermen feel the need to “Kiss Their Catch?” I wonder if the fish even like it. At least in most cases, the fish is released to fight another day. Does a fish have to lick something to get

Different Strokes

Great oarsmen make rowing look easy. Rowing skills require constant practice. You will never become perfect and there will always be something new to learn. As soon as you think you know it all, the river will teach you a