Category: Fall

Beginners are the future of bowhunting.

In 35 years of bowhunting the one thing that never ceases to amaze me is that bowhunters are the worst people to help get some “started” in archery. Now once a person knows how to shoot and has the basic archery skill set a… Continue Reading “Beginners are the future of bowhunting.”

How To Hunt More & Walk Less… The anatomy of a topographical map

Most Deer and Turkey hunters use maps for one purpose and that is to navigate from place to place. The truth is a map is much more than a navigation or survival tool, it’s an awesome scouting tool as well. In recent years the… Continue Reading “How To Hunt More & Walk Less… The anatomy of a topographical map”

Christmas gift Idea #1. The crappie fishing trip of a lifetime.

If you want to book the crappie fishing trip of a lifetime for yourself, or a loved one, JH Guide Service is your one stop shop. John Harrison, B’n’M pro angler and Mississippi Outdoor Hall of Fame member, is a guide on the North… Continue Reading “Christmas gift Idea #1. The crappie fishing trip of a lifetime.”

Pickwick Lakes bronze bombs of fall.

The great thing about fall on Pickwick lake is that the largemouth really put on a show. From shallow water cranking to blowing up on hollow bodies frogs it’s almost nonstop action. After All that’s what we have become famous for, but according to… Continue Reading “Pickwick Lakes bronze bombs of fall.”

Tilapia in Tennessee

The beauty of being a fisherman lies in sniffing out rumors of either big fish, or big catches of fish. The latest rumor was of big catches of tilapia in Old Hickory Lake. As with all angling rumors it had to be investigated thoroughly.… Continue Reading “Tilapia in Tennessee”