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Michael Faw
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Michael Faw

Fall is upon us, and this means the rivers and streams are full of hungry trout. Hoppers on top and streamers and San Juan worms down deep= a fish fight! Good luck.

6 years ago
Coyotes that will charge in eagerly to investigate a dying-rabbit call are becoming increasingly hard to find. If you like to hunt and kill coyotes today, you'll need to up your offerings, enthusiasm and standards when calling and attracting modern song dogs. Luckily, hunters are finding new methods and sounds to take on this old pest, which has spread from coast to coast in North America. Coyotes are quick learners and top students in the study of hunters — and their tactics. In areas where sluggish hunters have walked a few yards from the truck and then blown a rabbit-in-distress…
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Early spring and late fall can bring surprises to campers in some regions, such as unexpected snow. When you go camping, you expect to escape the hustle, bustle and worries of everyday living. You can, however, unexpectedly find yourself at the mercy of Ma Nature. What happens after you possibly encounter a strong storm, snake, spider, sharp rock or other "danger" depends often on what you did prior to that encounter. It pays to be prepared and to plan ahead.   As a minimum level of protection, always plan to take along a first aid kit and have one that…
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When you go camping, you expect to escape the hustle, bustle and worries of everyday living. You can, however, unexpectedly find yourself at the mercy of Ma Nature. What happens after you possibly encounter a strong storm, snake, spider, sharp rock or other "danger" depends often on what you did prior to that encounter. It pays to be prepared and to plan ahead.   Always search your campsite area for hidden dangers like dead trees and dead limbs in trees. As a minimum level of protection, always plan to take along a first aid kit and have one that you…
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