Fall is hunting season. Yes, we know. But it’s also the best fishing season too! This week we are talking to pro tournament anglers Jeff Otis and Scott Ludwig. They are going to let us in on some of the fishing tactics the pro’s use so we can all catch dinner too!
Plus Rachel got a new dog, listen in to the story of how she came to be a new dog owner. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel 074 – Fall Walleye Tactics with Marble-EYE Slayers
Eating fish can actually reduce the risk of various diseases and disorders such as asthma in children, cancer, heart disease, dementia and depression. It can even help people with diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and autoimmune disease! Yay for fish!
A great article: Advantages of Eating Fish Foods
As with anything moderation is key.
Pregnant women, nursing mothers, women planning pregnancy, and all children Continue reading Charred Sugar Crusted Salmon – Simply to Die For
Sometimes I have no idea how I got here.
Sometimes I get sucked into situations I have no business being in.
Sometimes I bite off more than I can chew and then smack myself in the forehead in regret and mutter “what was I thinking???” .
I do however, find some solace in thinking I’m not alone in this.
It’s funny, I’ve never aspired to be famous or a promoter of women in the outdoors or anything like that. I’m just a chick with a podcast and a blog that enjoys hunting and fishing and I just really like doing what I do. Continue reading Sunday Morning Musings – Sometimes a Punch in the Face is Needed
He was actually too busy getting kidnapped by raiders and escaping to study Christianity and to eventually become an Irish Saint.
March 17th is the day of his death and became forever called Saint Patrick’s Day.
I’m telling you right now, nothing would make me happier if someday I could have my own holiday where people party and drink green colored Harp beer or Black and Tans all day and celebrate all that is right in the world in remembrance of me! Continue reading Saint Patrick was a bow hunter…well ok, not really.
Paper Target archers are sometimes stuck between two masters – the NFAA and World Archery. The NFAA doesn’t have an arrow restriction. If you can fling it, it’s 27/64″ in diameter, and someone produced it – you can shoot it. World Archery, on the other hand, has a restriction on maximum arrow diameters – which is 9.3 millimeters (or 23/64″) in diameter. Continue reading Gear Review: Carbon Express X-Buster and the X2 Series Easton Aluminum Arrows