As tempting as it might be to get your waders off after a fishing trip or duck hunt and forget about them in a closet, it’s necessary to wash your waders before storing them. I hunted ducks in Arkansas and Mississippi right after Christmas. My waders, between hunts, got a wash with well water as […]
While some may reminisce about the “good old days,” the past two decades have meant significant improvements in the world of fishing and boating. You now have the resources to be safer, to find the best fishing spots faster, to learn new fishing or boating skills easier, to be more conservation-minded, and to be more […]
What a crazy last few days it has been keeping up with orders and now we have been honored in Outdoor Canada Magazine as 2nd on the list for Mother’s Day ideas. We are all running on exhilaration here in the office. It has been a lot of hours creating designs, working with samples, and seamstresses to […]
If you’re thinking about fishing this summer and need to purchase some new rods we have some timely tips from our friends at TakeMeFishing.org on how to buy the best fishing rod for your next fishing adventure. Learn about the different types of rods, what is the difference between the speed and action of the […]
Have you ever wanted to get to that promising, honey-hole fishing spot, but need a boat to get there? A paddle board may be your answer. Hollis Lumpkin will help you get started in her column, “The Bright Side of the Road,” sponsored by Vista Outdoor.
There’s a lot of life in the use of a knife … keep your knives ready for action with Lansky Sharpeners. We live in a disposable society that asks for immediate gratification, yet there are realities we all must face. Like doing the same chore repeatedly. When we dirty dishes, we clean them. When we dirty […]