This week, Remi shares a story about his wife’s recent hunt and dives into the many ways mastering a hand signal system can help you and your buddies punch more tags through better teamwork.
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Our video of the day today is just about as powerful of a hunting related film you can find. I’m sure all of us can relate to the therapeutic qualities of the hunt – but for some it can be even more impactful. In Place of Peace we hear the moving story of one man’s struggle to find his own place of peace after returning from combat, and how hunting helped him find his way. To learn more, click here.
“After 20 years on the front lines that left...
The Atlantic Coast’s most important fish aren’t stripers, sharks or bluefin tuna. In fact, they’re not gamefish at all. The most important fish on the East Coast are Atlantic menhaden: deep-bellied, silver baitfish of the herring family that grow to 18 inches and school en masse near the surface, feeding on various planktons. Their eyes are large and dull. Black dots crowd their gill plates. Dull spots line iridescent flanks leading to a forked...
Pyramid Lake is a bit of an oddity. Settled against the bleak backdrop of high desert, there isn’t a tree in sight. Instead, exposed bedrock, sage brush and tarantulas surround the lake. It hardly announces itself as a trout fishing mecca.
I first fished Pyramid in the winter of 2007. A buddy and I grabbed ladders and lined up on the beach side of Pelican Point with about 25 other Gore-tex-shelled hopefuls. The whole scene was intimidating: the...