For some of us, buying Christmas gifts can be a rather arduous task. Not because we don’t care about our loved ones and friends, but because holiday shopping is a lot like driving on the expressway during rush hour.
Knowledge and experience can often mean the difference between filling your tag and going home empty, but it never hurts to have a little ram luck on your side.
It was late Monday evening as I sat down to write this column, and my nerves were anything but calm. One might describe them as being on edge, but somehow that comes up a little short.
When all was said and done, we shared a good scouting trip, saw some new country, found a few rams and still delivered my friend on time for his family dinner. That’s what friends are for.
Waterfowl hunters hoping for a little help from Mother Nature may have gotten their wish Monday when a blast of frigid weather pushed its way into the Canadian prairies and gave straggling birds a migratory nudge.
Knowledge is earned through such old-fashioned methods as studying the writings of those who have spent time pursuing the game in which you are interested and talking with people who have spent time in the field.
Whether you enjoy fishing for trout, stripers, black bass or anything else that wriggles, there are few things as exciting as having a fish slam your top-water bait.
Billy Egan, tournament director for the WON Bass U.S. Open bass fishing tournament that ended Wednesday at Lake Mead, showed great judgment in canceling the first day when Lake Mead revealed its ugly, windy side.
The 2018 mule deer hunting season is a week old today, and so far, hunters have experienced a mix of weather conditions ranging from warm to cool and from dry to wet as storm systems pass through central and northern Nevada.