During spring through to summer, it is common for most people to look for ways to spend their time in the outdoors. Every avid angler knows that the number of strikes from different species of fish changes depending on the season. There are types of fish that you can catch all year round, and that includes bass. Continue reading 3 Techniques for Summer Bass Fishing
“HuntFishTravel – 5 Tips for Buying Arrows with Gary Cornum of Easton Archery”
In this episode Gary Cornum, Marketing Manager for Easton Archery gives us his top 5 tips for purchasing new arrows. This is one not to be missed if you are a new archer or bowhunter, and a great refresher for the rest of us. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 184 – 5 Tips for Buying Arrows with Gary Cornum of Easton Archery
Since I didn’t get a turkey this year I thought I’d share the story of my all time favorite turkey hunt. I originally posted a shortened version on the Kansas Travel Blog “My Kansas Turkey Hunt: The Belly Crawl and The Train“.
It was a media event hosted by the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers in Parson, Kansas.
We’d drawn a permit to hunt the Grand Osage Wildlife Area, which used to be part of the Kansas Army Ammunition Plant. It was interesting to see the abandoned train cars and defunct munition factories. Continue reading A Hail Mary Kansas Turkey Hunt – Grand Osage
#HuntFishTravel 183 – HuntFishTravel 5 Years & Counting
I can’t believe it’s been 5 years since I launched this podcast.
Here’s a quick message to you – the listener and the reason I do the show!
Plus a couple of my favorite podcasts swing by to celebrate with me! Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 183 – HuntFishTravel 5 Years & Counting
#HuntFishTravel 182 – Fangirling over Sturgeon Spearing
I doubt you’ll find two women more excited to stare down a hole and cut huge ice cubes out of a frozen lake with a chainsaw than Trisha Steffen and I.
If you want the step by step in depth equipment and technique information, please listen to Episode 130.
While we do go through some of the equipment needed and some of the regulations for sturgeon spearing, Trisha and I really go into detail on the culture and the event’s atmosphere. From Bloody Mary’s delivered to your shanty to bonfires on the lake to beer tents to Labrador Retrievers swimming beneath the ice from one shanty to the other…we’ve got it all. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 182 – Fangirling over Sturgeon Spearing