While we would normally spend time at home eating chocolate eggs and marshmallow chicks, this glorious Easter day beckoned us outdoors. My husband and I decided to get the trout rods out and try our luck for rainbows and browns.
Topping the list of most desired fishes to angle for in freshwater is the Atlantic Salmon. Salmon enthusiasts need journey no farther than the Merrimack River in New Hampshire where the Fish and Game Department releases more than 3,000 adult salmon, averaging between 4 pounds and 12 pounds into the Merrimack every spring!
One autumn, I hunted a 400-acre game bird preserve in New Hampshire … the bird went up and I fired. A clean miss. Well, that was just the first bird and the day was young, I told myself. However, this wing-shooting gig was tougher than I had remembered!
Working in the fishing tackle industry has afforded me the opportunity to meet a wide variety of people over the years. Through all of this diversity, however, my favorite customers are the newcomers to the sport who wish to take their kids fishing. Here’s advice on getting kids interested in fishing.
The doe finally came to a stop no more than 15 yards in front of me. There was a problem, however, not only had Mother Nature placed a huge oak between the deer … but the doe was staring right at me! Finally, I decided one of us had to make a move!
Until very recently, I thought I would never be physically able to shoot a bow because of an injury. With the help of a friend, I was able to draw back the bow and hit what I was aiming at. It was not as hard as I thought it would be and here are some tips to make it easy for you to get you started in archery. It’s a great social activity in the winter!