Strife Leads To Charges Filed For Fishing Captain

  I remember being fired up to watch the 2000 George Clooney-Mark Wahlberg/John C. Reilly etc. fishing flick, The Perfect Storm  when it first came out. I figured, “How you could mess up a movie with Clooney barking orders at his minions, Diane Lane fawning over Marky Mark and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio kicking ass while … Read more Strife Leads To Charges Filed For Fishing Captain

Introducing Mattracks’ New Products

Mattracks, the original and No. 1 manufacturer of rubber track conversions, has expanded its track offerings for automotive/truck applications with the release of its 400M1A1 model. This expands the Mattracks automotive lineup by doubling the load capacity of the 200 series, which was the largest truck system prior to the 400 series release. The 400 … Read more Introducing Mattracks’ New Products

Pacific Flyway Waterfowl Migration Looking Above Longterm Average

    Ducks Unlimited released  the 2016 waterfowl forecast Here’s DU’s projections for the Pacific Flyway: The majority of Pacific Flyway waterfowl are raised on the prairies of the United States and Canada, northwestern Canada, Alaska, and other western states. In southern Alberta, below-average winter snowfall and little runoff resulted in a 26 percent decrease in … Read more Pacific Flyway Waterfowl Migration Looking Above Longterm Average

Man Dying Of Cancer Gets Final Fishing Trip

This story might be hard to read but it’s a heartwarming one. Per CNN, Navy veteran Connie Willhite, 68,  was nearing the end battling colon cancer, but he wished for one more opportunity to go fishing. Here’s CNN with more: The gear wasn’t a problem. His cousin got the fishing tackle. But there was one … Read more Man Dying Of Cancer Gets Final Fishing Trip

One In A Million: The Federal Duck Stamp Contest

The following appears in the September issue of Alaska Sporting Journal:  BY CHRIS COCOLES It’s as big a rite of passage for duck hunters as dusting off decoys, flooding fields and training dogs to retrieve downed birds from the swampy muck each fall and winter. If you’re 16 and older and want to hunt ducks … Read more One In A Million: The Federal Duck Stamp Contest

Ascend a Wet or Icy Climbing Rope

If you’re into rappeling or knot tying for fun or practical survival, have a look at this Bachmann knot. You’re going to need it if you’re going to encounter climbing up with a wet rope. The staff from ITsTactical shared some insights on this important to know Bachman knot. So here’s their excerpt: On today’s … Read more Ascend a Wet or Icy Climbing Rope

The Flu Bugs The Crews On New Bering Sea Gold

Our friends at the Discovery Channel provided this preview for Friday’s new episode of Bering Sea Gold. Here’s what to expect: Friday, September 9 9PM ET/PT – BERING SEA GOLD The Plague: With the ice season in high gear, a flu hits the dredgers like a plague threatening to knock every operation out of the … Read more The Flu Bugs The Crews On New Bering Sea Gold