Ever since Cameron Hanes hit the scene hunting is becoming synonymous with fitness. Read about fitness athlete Sarah Bowmar and her rise as a hunter in a male dominated sport.
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What does a gentlemen need to know about whiskey to make sure he can converse with anyone and hold his ground in knowledge of this fine drink? Well, the good news is that you don’t have to know everything, but if you can remember a few key points, you’ll feel confident that you can stay […]
There’s something about choosing the perfect spot to cast your line. Something about the water’s movement around you as you feel the first fish nibble. It doesn’t matter if you’re solo or with your crew – if you’re doing it right, every fishing trip is unforgettable.
As the rain subsided and we began to hunt, I utilized the front pockets for a dog transmitter in one side and shotgun shells in the other. This doesn’t even scratch the surface of functional pockets once the vest is unzipped making it one to cover many possible outings.
Pro tip: The photos on these adventure elopements really turn out stellar and tend to be one of the more important aspects because they’re the only ones telling the story. Be sure to give your photographer plenty of time to document it for you. You’ll appreciate the hell out of what they’re able to give […]
We recently caught up with Megan Helms AKA Barbie on the Fly for a quick Q & A. After spending 3 years in a wheelchair as a result of an ailment, she has endured one of the most eye-opening experiences of her life. We also dispel some common misconceptions and unveil the woman behind the […]
Have you been thinking about getting into steelhead fishing, but are not sure where to start? Maybe you have been out a time or two but weren’t quite successful. You’ve probably heard about the two main strategies for steelhead fly fishing: nymphing and swinging flies. These two tactics couldn’t be more different. One is about […]
Fishing is never better or worse, I say, just different. That said, September might just be the worst month of the year for trout fishing in the Southern Appalachians, second only to August, perhaps, or October in years when the rain comes late. Either way, low, warm water is the name of the game during […]