Hunting for Connection: Texas Nonprofit Encourages Vets to Bond with Nature, Each Other

Suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have become widespread issues within the U.S. veteran community. According to the 2019 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report, the most recent data available, an average of 16.8 veterans died by suicide each day in 2017. The report is compiled and published by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. While most people are aware

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How to catch Springtime Smallmouth

Amid a sea of new soft plastic creations, the traditional Kalin’s twister-tail grub is often overlooked by today’s bass anglers. This is unfortunate because the single-tail grub continues to catch big smallmouth bass. Without a doubt, my favorite grubbin’ time is during the transition period as smallmouth move from wintering grounds to shallower flats prior to the spawn.In some smallmouth

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Get Bit: My First Time Hillbilly Hand-Fishing for Alabama Lake Monsters 

noodling  [ noo.dling ] (verb) A slightly deranged person holds their breath, submerges themselves under water, shoves their entire arm into a muddy hole, and then uses their hand as bait in order to lure a giant catfish into biting them so they can yank it to the surface.  Fishing with your bare hands.  Only a psychotic person would go

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Everything You Need To Know About Crankbait Fishing

Save 25% on Bass Angler Magazine In this day and age, it is not necessary to fish for food. Nevertheless, fishing is still a hobby that millions of people share. There is a good chance that you are no different. You might enjoy fishing from time to time and you may like eating the fish that you catch. If this

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Report: More Than 80,000 Acres of Public Land Inaccessible to Hunters, Fishermen

More than 80,000 acres of federal, state, county, and municipal public lands in the Mid-Atlantic are inaccessible to hunters and fishermen, according to a new report from onX Maps and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP). The three-state report shows 39,000 taxpayer-owned acres in New York, 27,000 in Pennsylvania, and 14,000 in New Jersey that are “landlocked,” or surrounded by

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Five Umbrella Tips for Catching More bass

Tyler Anderson can attest to the effectiveness of the umbrella rig, especially in the winter months. During the winter months, the bass fishing can be slow and daunting, but an Alabama Rig can change that feeling entirely. So, without further delay, here are 5 Alabama Rig tips from Tyler to help you up your umbrella rig game. Alabama Rig Tips

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Fishing the Frank: A Fly-in, Fly-Fishing Adventure in Idaho’s Largest Wilderness

There is a rattlesnake somewhere near my left boot. I can hear it, but I can’t see it. My dad is sitting on the ground 10 yards away with his back against a log, holding a sandwich in one hand and pointing frantically with the other toward a mess of basket grass and burnt timber from an old forest fire.

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