- The Lone Star States Snow Goose Hunting Paradise
Don Kirk | January 29, 2009
“How far from here is the Alamo where Davy Crockett died fighting?,” I ask my longtime water fowling buddy Larry Cook as he laid a few feet away from me in the muck of a rice field. Cook lives in Dandridge, Tennessee where the famous frontier bear hunter first married, and I grew up in Morristown a few hundred yards from Davy’s boyhood home–a wayside tavern….
- LONE STAR STATE BUCK HUNTING
Don Kirk | November 21, 2007
If you are looking for the deer hunt of a lifetime, Texas is waiting for you…
- PRESERVE QUAIL HUNTING IN THE SOUTH
Don Kirk | November 15, 2007
“Wild quail are tough to find in numbers these days, but great shooting is available at the growing number of pay-to-shoot preserves of the South.”
- Firearm and Treestand Safety Tips
Brock Ray | June 12, 2007
•Treat every gun as if it were loaded. Watch the muzzle! Prepare to control the direction of the muzzle even if you stumble.
•Be sure the barrel and action are clear of obstructions and that you have only ammunition of the proper size for the gun you are carrying.
•Be sure of your target […]
- HOW DANGEROUS IS HUNTING, REALLY?
Brock Ray | June 1, 2007
How can a sport where adults and the young run around the woods and over water while carrying loaded firearms really be safe? Each hunting season newspapers and television news broadcasts inform the public of hunting tragedies ranging from accident shootings and drowning, to fatal falls from tree stands…