Babbs recently interviewed USFWS Director Aurelia Skipwith. Find out more about her and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and its recent hunt/fish rule that opens 2.3 million acres of wildlife refuges and hatcheries to the public.
I keep a very full schedule with my shooting, writing and school. But, I absolutely love the outdoors – especially anything near the water. This summer, I started taking a special liking to muskies. Since I was on a bit of a fishing kick, I reached out to Jacob Ott from Otters Guide Service to […]
Harvesting your own catch is one of the great joys of fishing. As our ancestors did, there is a primal satisfaction in having the ability not only to find and catch fish successfully, but to prepare and serve them as nourishment for your loved ones. Once you’ve mastered the art of filleting (or cleaning) the fish, you’ll […]
Whether it’s the sights, smells or sounds, or simply the chance to escape from the daily grind, nature can have a positive effect on your mental health. Getting outside for a fishing experience, walk in the woods, camping trip or other activity can be restorative. That’s because the time spent outdoors is calming and relaxing, […]
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