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Experimental Anglers Try Bowfishing Underwater

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These bowfishermen take things to the next level. After having little success above water, these three guys had an epiphany. They needed to get down in the water with the carp. Could it be possible to shoot fish with archery equipment while in the water? Watch this hilarious video of underwater bowfishing. This clip may be the

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Florida Has a New State Record Flathead Catfish

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
State Record Flathead Catfish

Florida’s flathead catfish record falls again. They say that records are made to be broken and it is true, some do not last very long. After being broken in 2019, Florida’s flathead catfish record has been broken again in 2020 according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The FWC confirmed that Lavon Nowling’s

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Pennsylvania’s 20-Year-Old Brown Trout State Record Finally Falls with Massive Lake Erie Catch

Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
State Record Brown Trout

Pennsylvania becomes the latest to record a new trout record. While many can agree that 2020 has been an awful year for many things, fishing is not among them. State records have been falling left and right, likely due to more people out on the waters during the Covid-19 outbreak. Pennsylvania has just become the

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What Do Coyotes Eat? Facts and Info About Nature’s Trickster


Here are some useful facts about this brazen member of the canid family. There’s a lot outdoorsmen and women have come to learn about the Canis latrans, or the common coyote. Sometimes those things are interesting, other times they’re frustrating. Some hunters, specifically deer hunters, truly despise the predators they’d refer to as dirty dogs

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Indiana Deer Hunting: An Underrated State to Bag a Big Buck


Indiana Deer Hunting

This what you need to know to hunt deer in Indiana. The state of Indiana is often overlooked by deer hunters. We get it. The Hoosier state is quite unassuming in both terrain and features. It is also sandwiched between two far more famous whitetail deer states in Illinois and Ohio. Even Kentucky, which borders

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Cut From a Different Cloth

In the 1800’s, the scene in America was somewhat lawless once you traveled west of the Mississippi.  America was trying to save its natural resources, which were being over exploited at an alarming rate, but had little might in which to do so.  Wildlife were in peril and they didn’t have many friends watching out …

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Harvest Information Program, or HIP Certification: What It Is, and Why You Need It


Harvest Information Program

The Harvest Information Program, or HIP Certification, is in place for good reason. Here’s what you need to know as a migratory bird hunter. Migratory bird hunters come in several forms, but as avid outdoorsmen and women, we should all try to understand what the Harvest Information Program is and why it is so important.

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Walleye: Profiling the Toothy Freshwater Favorite of North America


Walleye

The walleye is one of our favorite fish to catch and eat. Let’s review what they are, where they live, and how to fish for them. The walleye is the largest member of the perch family, and is held in high regard by many anglers. A native North American species, the walleye is sometimes called

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