Tag: Photography

Catfish Class

. Before I can tell this story properly, we must go back a few months to Memphis Tennessee. While at the Mississippi River Monsters event many catfish anglers had the honor of meeting Michael Conley. Michael had his life impacted profoundly by fishing and… Continue Reading “Catfish Class”

Small Stream Fishing

  When most people talk about bass fishing they are referring to one of the many great big lakes available to fisherman today. Although big waters do offer some fine fishing they do not hold the patent on good bass fishing. They do hold… Continue Reading “Small Stream Fishing”

Destination: Tennessee and the Caney Fork River

  As I netted the final Caney Fork Rainbow Trout of the day, in near total darkness, I wondered if anyone realized what a positive impact the TVA has had on coldwater fishing in Tennessee. In 1933 President Roosevelt, as part of his New… Continue Reading “Destination: Tennessee and the Caney Fork River”

The future of Archery depends on our children.

  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… Continue Reading “The future of Archery depends on our children.”

Making Sense of Hunting Optics

In today’s world of high tech optics the myriad of choices presented to the consumer are endless. Hopefully this article can make things a bit “clearer”, pardon the pun, for the average hunter. Rifle Scopes A good quality scope has been the key to… Continue Reading “Making Sense of Hunting Optics”