6 Tricks for Bank Fishing

Thursday, October 8th 2015 01:38 PM

If you want to save a few bucks, it’s very hard to argue with fishing from the bank. You get to avoid all the costs associated with owning and operating a boat, while the only downside money-wise is that you may lose a few more lures—a fair enough trade. However, bank fishing requires a little bit more experience when it comes to finding prime fishing locations. You aren’t going to be able to reach the same areas that boat anglers are going to be able to, so that may mean buying some more specialized equipment. Or you can try out these money-saving hacks that will teach you how to build a $1 depth finder, cast accurately every time with a line clip and some sticks, protect your line from the elements with nothing more than a paperclip, and more.

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Turkey Hunting Camouflage - Details Matter

Thursday, March 5th 2015 01:31 PM

“What did I do wrong?” you wonder. You had gotten up early, dressed in camouflage head to toe, walked in the dark to a clearing, sat down under a tree, and called in a flock of turkeys. When it became light enough to see the biggest gobbler, you slowly set your sights on it and… in a flush of feathers and gobbles and cackles, they were all gone. But why? Maybe it was a white sock peeking out from under your pant leg or the glint of your glass watch face. Or maybe you raised your gun too fast, or didn’t match your surroundings well enough. It’s easy for us to overlook these things, but a turkey overlooks nothing.

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13 Bizarre Elk Facts That Most Hunters Don’t Know

Thursday, February 19th 2015 04:27 PM

For thousands of years, hunters, scientists, and nature lovers have been fascinated by North American elk. To the Lakota, elk represented strength, courage, and wisdom. At birth, Lakota boys were given an elk tooth charm to ward off ill fortune and to promote a long life. Some of that wild mystery persists to this day, and few people are more enamored with elk than those who hunt them. Across North America, sportsmen and conservationists have worked to protect elk and elk habitat, successfully restoring the population to over a million individuals from steady declines in the past few centuries. Biologists have even introduced elk to other countries, where they flourish.

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