All about the journeys, the destinations and the good times.
Yes, there are many “bucket list” fish that many fishermen long to catch. More often than not, landing these feisty fish require a significant amount of preparation, study, and relentless pursuit that most anglers simply give up on early on in the game.
We look forward to summertime the entire year. It brings with it lazy days of fishing on the river or lounging in the seat of your boat enjoying your favorite Creek blend. What tops it all off is the prospect of enjoying an ice cold beer.
The ability to build and maintain a fire is absolutely essential to wilderness survival. Fire allows us to cook meats and other foods so that they’re easier for our bodies to digest, but it can also help provide ample protection from potentially dangerous animals and stay warm when we’re stuck outside in frigid weather.
If you don’t have access to private hunting property, there are plenty of public hunting lands throughout the United States that are often just as productive as private property in terms of quantity and quality of the animals you’re after. Hunting public land means you’ll have to contend with other hunters that are often vying for the best spots, but if you put in the time to research the land and its resources, you can gain an edge over anyone who might be hunting the same space.
When we think of Thanksgiving, the first thought for many of us is the turkey. It is, after all, the centerpiece of the meal and has become the mascot for the American holiday.
Let’s face it: cooking a Thanksgiving turkey can be intimidating for everyone – even if you’ve done it a few times. This article is going to give you all you need to know on cooking the perfect turkey for your celebration.
First, let’s take a look at why the turkey has become the most popular Thanksgiving mainstay.