🐟 Fishing & Hunting Topics

  • Sawyer In The Woods- Fred (Pt 2)

    Some of Sawyer’s earliest memories were trouncing through the woods with Abel or aging Bowen. In the winter, the snow seemed to be piled up to Sawyer’s waist and after returning from deer hunting one December afternoon he remarked to his mother, Rosa Lynne, “It was like wading through a pool of mashed potatoes!” In the summer he could hardly see over some of the tall grasses. When a day of local hunting or a trip to the Allegheny Mountains was planned, Sawyer’s excitedness kept him awake at night. Continue reading

  • Sawyer In The Woods

    Sawyer Campbell practically lived in the forest near the base of Shenandoah National Park, in Virginia, when he was growing up. He roamed the mountains around Beldor Hollow in Rockingham County like there were no boundaries, though the markers nailed to trees indicated otherwise. Continue reading

  • Virginia Winter Fishing

    While you may think of fishing as a summer activity for hot afternoons with a cold drink, some of the best fishing in Virginia is actually in the winter! Regardless of where you live in Virginia, there’s a prize fish to be found on the end of your line in the coming months.  Continue reading

  • Deer Season Preparation

    As the warm breeze turns spring into summer, it’s important to begin thinking about the fall deer season. While the deer are relatively calm, with plentiful food around, the deer are growing into the game you will be hunting soon enough. If you are serious about your hunting and finding that perfect bucks, there are things you can and should do to prepare yourself for the deer season. Continue reading

  • Virginia Spring Hunting

    5 Tips For Spring Turkey Hunting

    Ready for winter to be over, and spring to take hold? Nothing says Virginia spring like planning for that first turkey hunt. Continue reading

  • The Sportsman’s Oasis

    There comes a time in every sportsman’s life where one dreams of having his or her own place to hunt or fish all their own without having to share any time, space, and animals with anyone. Public land is becoming more and more crowded as hunting and fishing enthusiasts all are vying for the thrill and majesty that the outdoors provide Continue reading

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