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    Everyone loves shrimp and grits, but have you ever tried catfish and grits? The firm flesh of a big catfish is perfect for this style recipe. Cook it with your favorite smoked sausage or andouille and serve, piping hot, over a bowl of creamy, cheesy, garlicky grits. I prefer the...


  • 3 Kinds of Elk You Should Hunt

    Elk are where you find them, no matter where they reside. The elk hunter can also be faced with two entirely different habitat types in a single morning, such as dogging a bugling Southwestern bull across open mesa country one hour, dropping into impossibly-thick pinon/juniper thickets the next. In the...


  • Lifting up Louisiana Residents Affected by the Flooding

    News coming out of Louisiana with the recent flooding is terrible. It’s heartbreaking to see the amount of loss many people are suffering. It’s times like these when people must come together and help their fellow man. I’m proud to say that’s exactly what’s happened throughout the last couple weeks...


  • Deer Hunting in Vermont

    Season Dates (2016): Archery season is October 1-28 and December 3-11. Youth deer weekend is November 5-6. Rifle season is November 12-27. Muzzleloader runs December 3-11. These are the dates set when published, please check the state DNR's website to confirm. The Grade: B Even more for the experience than...


  • 10 Tips for Better Dove Hunting

    Follow this pro shotgunner’s advice, and you’ll never miss another dove again (well, almost never).


  • Deer Hunting in West Virginia

    Season Dates (2016): Not available at the time this was published. The Grade: B West Virginia garners a solid B, not so much for trophy buck potential, but for its wealth of public land and deer hunting opportunity. The state has an impressive amount of land available in WMAs plus...


  • Building a Better Duck Dog, Part II

    Before we get into single marks — that is, situations when a dog sees the bird fall, remembers the fall and goes to retrieve the bird on command — let’s make sure you’re not jumping the gun on training . First, your dog must have the basics down cold. That...


  • Game of Shadows: Keep Sunlight on Ducks, Not in Your Eyes

    Somewhere in the Waterfowling 101 manual, we lost sight of a basic hunting principle. Conventional wisdom holds that ducks and geese land into the wind, so hunters typically set up with the wind at their backs or at least quartering away to facilitate easy incoming shots on decoying birds. But...


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