Eat This, Not That: Sean Finley Reinvents the Dove Feast

on August 29, 2014
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The opener of dove seasons across the country seems to coincide with a curious peak in bacon purchases. Well, maybe not so curious. “Just about every hunter is going to wrap a dove breast in bacon... READ MORE

Epic Alaska: SUP’ing the Last Frontier

on August 22, 2014
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  In early August I made my second trip to Alaska in just two years. It’s nearly impossible to go just once. There are so many adventures just waiting, and everyone who tries Alaska once is ready ... READ MORE

Ken Hoeve: Leading The Revolution.

on August 20, 2014
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YETI ambassador Ken Hoeve was there at the beginning of the SUP revolution, and he’s on the cutting edge today. Hoeve grew up surfing and fishing in Florida, but pulled up stakes for Colorado as a... READ MORE

Scouting Season

on August 18, 2014
My odometer rolled over 500 miles as I cruised the dusty backroads of central Montana, arriving just before dark at one of my favorite elk hunting spots. I spotted a cow elk skylined in the horizon ... READ MORE

Fresh Water’s Biggest, Baddest Predator

on July 11, 2014
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Musky fishing is on the extreme end of all freshwater fishing. It’s hand-to-hand combat with a giant fish with an even bigger attitude. These fish don’t rocket away on drag-ripping runs, but inste... READ MORE

Jim Saric The Musky Hunter

on July 9, 2014
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All muskys, all the time, all across North America. That’s The Musky Hunter, hosted by Jim Saric (Fox Sports Network, ComCast Sports Network, and World Fishing Network) and that pretty much sums up ... READ MORE

A Thousand Miles From Home

on June 9, 2014
What does it take to pack up a family of four and camp at the beach for a week? For starters, a big truck. Last month I hauled my bride and two teenaged kids 1,000 miles to Florida’s Bahia Ho... READ MORE

8 Tips for Your Best Fishing Trip Yet

on May 28, 2014
by Mark Seacat. We just returned from a five-day, self-supported, fly fishing trip down Montana’s fabled Smith River. For 60 miles, the river wended its serpentine course, burrowing beneath amb... READ MORE

Sail Away

on May 19, 2014
Written by Peter Miller Miami Beach, is known for its night life, attractions and thrills—but it’s also known for some of the best billfishing found anywhere in the world. Each year, thousa... READ MORE

Extreme Angling: Billfishing The Peter Miller Way

on May 16, 2014
When he was just a college student, Peter Miller put together a business plan for his own fishing show. It took 28 years to make it work, but those decades weren’t so bad. He traveled the world ... READ MORE