Dove season is a time of enjoyment, competition, fun and skill. Dove are fast-flying birds, very similar to ducks, but smaller and quicker, making them harder targets. Around our house, dove season is when we gather with our family and friends, have fun competing against one another, share stories from past years, eat good food […]
The destruction a fire or disaster brings to a family’s hopes and dreams is devastating. The lucky ones escape a fire uninjured, only to find all their possessions have been destroyed. They cannot replace their many years of sacrifice and struggle to regain all that was lost. A little comfort in their time of need […]
The Pacific Flyway is the migration path that we hunt here in California. The Pacific Flyway is 1 of 4 major migration patterns in America for waterfowl and other migratory birds. Extending from Alaska to Patagonia, these birds follow food, search out breeding grounds and travel to wintering sites in both spring and fall. The […]
At the start of this past school year, we had a conversation with one of the pro-gun teachers at our high school, discussing the concept of starting a trap team. This idea has been thrown around for the past 10 years but never has been successful. With this year’s change of administration, we felt we […]
Shooting competitive skeet is hard enough for those who have been shooting their entire lives, but what about those who’ve spent the bulk of their lives working for something else? Dania Vizzi has spent most of her life (22 years) working toward a professional career in the art of dance. She even got accepted into […]
Morgan and Mason Basely interview some of the top women hunters in America about how they get in shape for fall seasons. Check out their new column, “2 Girls Hunting,” sponsored by Girls with Guns Hunting Gear and Apparel.