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  • Patrick Durkin: Author Steven Rinella reminds us of our responsibilities as ... - Madison.com

    HUNTING NEWS - Google News
    26 Apr 2015 | 7:47 pm
    Madison.comPatrick Durkin: Author Steven Rinella reminds us of our responsibilities as Madison.comRinella, 41, didn't cite any studies supporting that claim, but he has hunted Wisconsin often the past five years and, if you read his books, you know he's a keen observer of people and their surroundings. That's why you grin and accept the compliment.Hunt for meat can provide life's richer momentsGreen Bay Press Gazetteall 4 news articles »
  • All in the family

    Hunting News
    26 Apr 2015 | 8:13 pm
    The 24-year-old bagged a 25-pound turkey during the still ongoing spring turkey season while hunting with her dad, Denny Crimmins, of Fort Dodge. Flattery, currently the St. Edmond girls track coach, became interesting in hunting during her freshman year of high school.
  • Alaska Governor Steps in to Commute Bear Family’s “Death Sentence”

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    OutdoorHub Reporters
    24 Apr 2015 | 12:48 pm
    Due to public demand and a request from Governor Bill Walker, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced that it will not euthanize a family of five bears near Anchorage. The department intially intended to capture and destroy the black bears---a sow and her four yearling cubs---after the animals made repeated visits to Anchorage to rummage through unsecured trash. Earlier this month, the animals were spotted in the downtown neighborhood of Government Hill, where they were surrounded by curious bystanders taking photos on their phones. Feeling threatened, the cubs climbed…
  • Welcome to the new and revised Maine Hunting Forum

    MaineHuntingForums.com
    26 Apr 2015 | 5:19 pm
    I'ld like to welcome all my friends new and old to the updated MHF!! Outdoor Hub has updated and revised the format through a new server! Proving their commitment to maintaining it for us. I encourage you to share the URL with all your hunting buddies and meet us here!!
  • The Wired To Hunt Podcast – Episode #52: The Gear We Use, Abuse, Love and Hate

    Wired To Hunt
    Mark Kenyon
    23 Apr 2015 | 1:00 am
    Today on the show we’re discussing hunting gear and all the gizmos, gadgets and products we love, use and abuse! To listen to the podcast, click the Play button in the orange bar above or click the links below to subscribe...
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    HUNTING NEWS - Google News

  • Patrick Durkin: Author Steven Rinella reminds us of our responsibilities as ... - Madison.com

    26 Apr 2015 | 7:47 pm
    Madison.comPatrick Durkin: Author Steven Rinella reminds us of our responsibilities as Madison.comRinella, 41, didn't cite any studies supporting that claim, but he has hunted Wisconsin often the past five years and, if you read his books, you know he's a keen observer of people and their surroundings. That's why you grin and accept the compliment.Hunt for meat can provide life's richer momentsGreen Bay Press Gazetteall 4 news articles »
  • Vermont cutting in half antlerless deer hunting permits - WPTZ The Champlain Valley

    26 Apr 2015 | 2:12 pm
    BurlingtonFreePress.comVermont cutting in half antlerless deer hunting permitsWPTZ The Champlain ValleyMONTPELIER, Vt. —The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is cutting by almost half the number of muzzle-loader antlerless deer hunting permits that will be issued for this fall's hunts. Related. Police release name of driver in... Man sought in Vermont cutting by almost half antlerless deer hunting permits due to 2 Greenfield Daily ReporterCrossbow, archery season changes cut backBurlingtonFreePress.comall 12 news articles »
  • OUTDOORS NOTEBOOK: CBP relaxes regs for taking hunting firearms abroad - Grand Forks Herald

    26 Apr 2015 | 12:18 pm
    OUTDOORS NOTEBOOK: CBP relaxes regs for taking hunting firearms abroadGrand Forks HeraldAt a meeting early Wednesday with R. Gil Kerlikowske, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner, Hoeven secured a commitment from the agency to return to the paper process international hunters used for years, while updates are made to the ...
  • Native hunting site may become National Historic Landmark - The Idaho Statesman

    26 Apr 2015 | 5:15 am
    The Idaho StatesmanNative hunting site may become National Historic LandmarkThe Idaho StatesmanYou can envision the great buffalo herds feeding on the tall grass, hear the echo of Native voices on the wind, sense the commotion of the hunt. It was here that numerous Native American nations, including the Nez Perce, Assiniboine and Bannock and more »
  • Cops hunting 7 train perv after victim takes his photo - New York Daily News

    25 Apr 2015 | 11:42 pm
    New York Daily NewsCops hunting 7 train perv after victim takes his photoNew York Daily NewsHe smacked her butt and she snapped back — with her camera. A 23-year-old woman groped on a Queens subway train whirled around and took a photo of her alleged attacker — and cops are now looking for the touchy-feely fiend. The victim was on a ...and more »
 
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    Hunting News

  • All in the family

    26 Apr 2015 | 8:13 pm
    The 24-year-old bagged a 25-pound turkey during the still ongoing spring turkey season while hunting with her dad, Denny Crimmins, of Fort Dodge. Flattery, currently the St. Edmond girls track coach, became interesting in hunting during her freshman year of high school.
  • Hooks and Antlers: Turkey season calls for last minute preparation, safety

    26 Apr 2015 | 3:58 pm
    Hunters have only a few days to get things in order for Friday's opener of New York's Spring Turkey Season, and among the things to consider are scouting, calling, gear readiness, current regulations, and safety. Scouting aids hunters by revealing what birds are in a given location as well as their roosting, feeding, and strutting behaviors.
  • Students rally around teen hunter who brought gun to school

    26 Apr 2015 | 5:29 am
    A southwest Missouri school district is struggling to figure out how to deal with a high school senior who left an unloaded, disassembled shotgun under the seat of his pickup truck parked on school grounds. Students in Carthage, a town of about 14,000 a half-hour east of Joplin, are rallying around Sawyer Shepherd after he was suspended Tuesday for violating a district policy that forbids guns on school property.
  • Workshop teaches turkey hunters to be successful, safety

    26 Apr 2015 | 3:19 am
    Unlike deer, which are hormonally rattled and careless during the rut, big old toms get bossy but remain on guard for predators throughout breeding season. They discern the slightest variance in sound, see color and can be threatened by the slightest motion as far out as 100 yards.
  • Spring turkey hunting is all about tricking gobblers at their own game

    25 Apr 2015 | 11:09 pm
    Women think when you are lost you should get help. Men see it as just being willing to take a different route to the same location.
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    OutdoorHub

  • Alaska Governor Steps in to Commute Bear Family’s “Death Sentence”

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    24 Apr 2015 | 12:48 pm
    Due to public demand and a request from Governor Bill Walker, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced that it will not euthanize a family of five bears near Anchorage. The department intially intended to capture and destroy the black bears---a sow and her four yearling cubs---after the animals made repeated visits to Anchorage to rummage through unsecured trash. Earlier this month, the animals were spotted in the downtown neighborhood of Government Hill, where they were surrounded by curious bystanders taking photos on their phones. Feeling threatened, the cubs climbed…
  • Video: Shooting “Weaponized Nails” in a Saiga Shotgun

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    24 Apr 2015 | 12:10 pm
    Do you need a high-powered nail gun that can be used both in your next home improvement project and at the range? Well, with a bunch of custom .410 shotshells and a handful of nails, YouTube's MattV2099 effectively turned his Saiga shotgun into a nailgun of epic proportions. "This is the 410x76 NAIL shotgun slug," stated the video's description. "We take a handful NAILS and convert them to a combination glue/nail slug. Conceptualized as the Russian nail gun wacky shotgun load, we [then] discover this load actually has serious power, penetration and aiming capabilities." Yet, it would...Read…
  • Another Tie on the “Turkey Tree”

    Cabela's
    24 Apr 2015 | 10:58 am
    For over 20 years, my friends and I have been hunting wild turkey on a farm in north central Kansas. While each year is different from the last, there is one tradition that always stays the same—the “Turkey Tree.” What was once a bare branch in the woods now bears the blood-stained ties used to hang up and clean the harvested birds—48 to be exact—and each year the Turkey Tree gains another set of ties to signify our group’s success. The crisp, cool air of that 2015, Kansas opening-day morning settled over us as we waited for the sun to rise over the emerald green alfalfa…
  • Scientists Identify Rare Pocket Shark, a Bizzare Mix of Shark and Kangaroo

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    24 Apr 2015 | 10:29 am
    This rare and minuscule shark sat in a freezer for more than three years before it was finally identified by researchers. In 2010, biologists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) collected it during an expedition to study sperm whales in the Gulf of Mexico. Not sure what to make of the specimen, scientists sent it to a lab in Mississippi and put it on ice. There it sat in a freezer alongside other unidentified specimens until NOAA fisheries biologist Mark Grace pulled it out and let it thaw. It turns out that the tiny critter is a pocket shark, and it is only…
  • Video: Hate Leeches? Stay Away from This “Leech-nado”

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:26 am
    Here's one place you don't want to skinny dip in. If you've ever come out of the water with one of these bloodsuckers on you, then odds are you're not a big fan. One thing most people will agree on is that leeches are downright nasty. In addition to being slimy and incontestably ugly, leeches can also transmit disease and inject harmful bacteria into their victims. The best way to avoid leeches is simply to bypass infested waters, but that's not always possible. The video below shows a gathering of leeches in a wetland junction near Green Bay. The concentration of swimming leeches is…
 
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    MaineHuntingForums.com

  • Welcome to the new and revised Maine Hunting Forum

    26 Apr 2015 | 5:19 pm
    I'ld like to welcome all my friends new and old to the updated MHF!! Outdoor Hub has updated and revised the format through a new server! Proving their commitment to maintaining it for us. I encourage you to share the URL with all your hunting buddies and meet us here!!
  • Best Coyote Gun?

    26 Apr 2015 | 12:23 am
    What do you prefer? Love my Remington 243 Winchester with a Nikon Coyote Special scope!!
  • Hunter access exchange

    24 Apr 2015 | 6:16 am
    Are you a landowner that will allow hunters to hunt your land? Are you a hunter looking for a place to hunt? Would hunters and landowners agree to list here to seek out each other? If you are a hunter looking for land to hunt list your user name and area to hunt, and species info. Landowners you can either list here or pm the hunters who are near you. Be aware that all courtesy rules apply. Share your kills and close all gates.
  • Moose Permit Swaps

    22 Apr 2015 | 4:45 am
    Here's a site on Facebook that puts hunters with hunters to swap permits.......FREE site. You still need form from IFW and have to pay their fee. But you get to seek out a swap for free on this site! https://www.facebook.com/SwapyourMoosePermit
  • Legislation affecting the Moose Hunt

    28 Mar 2015 | 4:56 pm
    LD 373 "An Act To Allow a Moose Permit To Be Transferred to a Family Member” was submitted to the Legislature this session. There is good support within the Joint Standing Committee on IF&W and there is a bipartisan cross section of sponsors. A public hearing on LD 373 will be held on March 17 at 1:00. Unfortunately, the bill was drafted with an error which (according to the bill’s sponsor and a member of the committee) will be corrected in the committee work session where other issues... Legislation affecting the Moose Hunt
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    Wired To Hunt

  • The Wired To Hunt Podcast – Episode #52: The Gear We Use, Abuse, Love and Hate

    Mark Kenyon
    23 Apr 2015 | 1:00 am
    Today on the show we’re discussing hunting gear and all the gizmos, gadgets and products we love, use and abuse! To listen to the podcast, click the Play button in the orange bar above or click the links below to subscribe...
  • 3 Turkey Tactics That Will Work On Whitetails

    Mark Kenyon
    22 Apr 2015 | 10:59 am
    By Mark Kenyon Even though I’m a whitetail guy at heart, when April appears on the calendar I can’t help but get excited about big tail feathers, long beards, and throaty gobbles. Turkey hunting season is here and since many of you...
  • 4 Podcasts Well Worth Relistening To

    Mark Kenyon
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:22 am
    By Mark Kenyon I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there is no new podcast this week. As some of you may have seen, I’m off for a bit in Montana. So thank you for your patience...
  • Wes Gall’s Pursuit of Happiness and a Giant MN Buck

    Mark Kenyon
    15 Apr 2015 | 12:51 pm
    If there’s one thing I love about Wired To Hunt readers, above all else, it’s the passion. We’re a passionate, excited, engaged and active group of deer hunters who center our lives, to a degree, around this pursuit. And whenever I...
  • Video of the Day: Deer Year

    Mark Kenyon
    14 Apr 2015 | 2:00 am
    By Mark Kenyon Just a few weeks ago we had Dustin Lutt and Aaron Hitchins (of Rockhouse Motion) on The Wired To Hunt Podcast discussing their film “Game of Inches“, and now word is starting to trickle out about their...
 
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    WordPress Tag: Big Game Hunting

  • Female Hunter Under Attack For Taking Selfie With Dead Giraffe [PHOTOS]

    Evan Jankens
    17 Apr 2015 | 8:20 am
    By: Evan Jankens @kingofthekc I will start this blog by saying I am not a fan of hunting. It has never once sounded appealing to me to sit outside in cold weather and wait for hours and hours — and maybe never even see an animal. I really don’t care if you are a hunter or not, that doesn’t mean anything to me. My brother-in-law is a big hunter, my grandfather was as well. It’s just not my cup of tea. Personally, I think if you like that type of thing then go for it. You might remember back in 2014 when a Texas Tech cheerleader Kendall Jones was in hot water because she…
  • Hunting Colorado’s State Parks

    Jerry L. Neal
    16 Apr 2015 | 1:05 pm
    Ducks land against a vibrant sunset at Barr Lake. Barr Lake is just one of many state parks that off
  • Wapiti Ambush (Part II: ‘Bonking’ Bulls)

    Jerry L. Neal
    12 Aug 2014 | 11:11 am
    Clouds float above the San Juan Mountains in southeast Colorado. Photo by David Lien. An elk begins
  • Testing the Waters

    HuntFiber
    8 Aug 2014 | 7:40 pm
    It is a new season in life for me in many ways. Not only do I have a new baby but I recently got mar
  • Service Failure Update Regarding CPW's Licensing System

    Jerry L. Neal
    8 Aug 2014 | 9:24 am
    Colorado Parks and Wildlife has issued further information about the service failure of its automate
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    Outdoors International - Hunting and Fishing Consultants

  • Podcast #19 – Aoudad Hunting Tips & Tactics

    Cory Glauner
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:46 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Learn how to hunt aoudad, their funny habits and why they are a critter worth putting on your bucket list. Listen in as Tom and Marc discuss Aoudad hunting strategies, the gear.... more »  Subscribe | Download Episode[audio mp3="http://gothunts.com/wp-content/podcast/episode-19.mp3" ][/audio] Podcast #19 – Aoudad Hunting Tips & Tactics GOTHUNTS
  • OUTFITTER REPORT: Idaho Antelope Season

    Cory Glauner
    9 Apr 2015 | 6:37 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Last years’ Idaho Antelope season was a short one, but a fun one. It started with long time GOTHUNTS client, Kyle Hawkins. This guy is an absolute riot to have around. Our area has very little hunting pressure during archery antelope season, so finding bucks is definitely not a problem. Day one and two were […] OUTFITTER REPORT: Idaho Antelope Season GOTHUNTS
  • OUTFITTER REPORT: An Aoudad Year End Review

    Cory Glauner
    6 Apr 2015 | 3:48 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters It was a year of 30-inchers. Our first hunt started off with long time GOTHUNTS client Tom Palmer and his friend Kenny Romero from Louisiana. This was an amazing hunt where persistence, very hard work, and extremely long hours glassing paid off in the end. We were able to close the distance on a band […] OUTFITTER REPORT: An Aoudad Year End Review GOTHUNTS
  • Backpacking Light Gear List for DIY Hunting

    Cory Glauner
    30 Mar 2015 | 8:45 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Steve Speck knows how to pack light on a DIY backpack hunt. Here’s his Backpacking Light Gear List: This is 99% of my hunting backpacking light gear list. Nothing extra! The only thing that can vary slightly is maybe an extra base layer / long johns in very cold temps or if elk hunting I’ll […] Backpacking Light Gear List for DIY Hunting GOTHUNTS
  • Podcast #18 – Steve Speck, DIY Hunting

    Marc Warnke
    30 Mar 2015 | 7:02 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Steve Speck, back country hunting guru, speaks on the important how-to's of back country nutrition, pack designs, weight saving strategies, hunting methodologies, tent designs, sleeping bags and dual purpose gear.more »  Subscribe | Download Episode[audio mp3="http://gothunts.com/wp-content/podcast/episode-18.mp3" ][/audio] Podcast #18 – Steve Speck, DIY Hunting GOTHUNTS
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    Daily Bulletin

  • MagPul Offers NEW Hunter X-22 Stock for Ruger 10/22

    Editor
    26 Apr 2015 | 8:14 am
    Magpul caused a stir with its surprise introduction of an advanced stock for Rem 700 actions. Now Magpul has followed that with a product that could be even more successful — a tactical-style reinforced polymer stock for the popular Ruger 10/22 rimfire rifle. Priced at just $139.95, Magpul’s new Hunter X-22 stock features tactical styling and adjustable ergonomics. Like Magpul’s Hunter 700 stock for the Rem 700, the new X-22 stock offers adjustable length-of-pull (LOP) via spacers, plus adjustable comb height via optional Cheek Riser Kits. To ensure compatibility with all…
  • Review of New Nightforce 3-10x42mm SHV Hunting Scope

    Editor
    26 Apr 2015 | 8:00 am
    LongRangeHunting.com recently published a helpful review of the new Nightforce 3-10x42mm SHV scope. If you’re looking for a hunting optic or you are interested in predator hunting, this review is worth a read. Author Tim Titus, an experienced hunting guide from Oregon, tests the little SHV is the field, bagging a coyote in the process. Tim was impressed with the 3-10 SHV, given it’s price level: “While the SHV performed flawlessly on this hunt, NXS or ATACR owners will notice some subtle differences in form and function when comparing this scope to its more expensive big…
  • Solid Gold Shooting Tips from Sam Hall

    Editor
    26 Apr 2015 | 6:36 am
    At the request of many Forum members, we’re reprising this archived video from past IBS 600-yard Shooter of the Year Samuel Hall. Without a doubt, Sam is one of the best mid-range benchrest shooters in the nation. While the video quality is rough (to say the least), Sam’s offers plenty of tips you can “take to the bank”. Even if you don’t shoot competitively, the techniques described here can improve your accuracy when shooting from a bench. 2008 IBS 600-yard National Champion Samuel Hall has prepared a 9-minute VIDEO showing his techniques for shooting from the…
  • Yank Barrel-Maker Helps Lady Win NZ Vintage Rifle Title

    Editor
    25 Apr 2015 | 8:25 am
    You have to love it when a prototype product not only performs well, but actually wins a match. For some time, Criterion Barrels has been working on a match-grade barrel for vintage Lee-Enfield rifles. It looks like they got things right… Over the Easter weekend the New Zealand Service Rifle Association held its annual national service rifle competition. Coming first in the Classic Bolt Action class was Wellington’s Nicole McKee shooting a Lee-Enfield with a new, prototype Criterion barrel. Nicole’s rifle was built by her husband Duncan, a vintage rifle expert who…
  • 16-Year-Old Girl Dominates National Junior Olympics

    Editor
    25 Apr 2015 | 7:15 am
    Elizabeth Marsh — remember the name. This girl’s got game, as the 16-year-old Arkansas native proved at the 2015 National Junior Olympic Championships (NJOSC). In a superb performance, young Elizbeth won BOTH the Air Rifle and Smallbore Events in the Ladies’ Division at NJOSC. Remarkably, her finals score beat the current Junior World Record. Elizabeth first claimed top honors in Air Rifle, then she won the Smallbore event with a dominating performance. She shot a world-class Smallbore Final, besting her nearest opponent by 12.1 points. In fact, her Finals score of 459.3 is…
 
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    TacticalGear.com News

  • Boot Breakdown : The Salomon Forces Line

    Lauren Malm
    18 Apr 2015 | 2:22 pm
    From the wild to the field, Salomon boots are built to excel. Meeting end-user demand, the French company took existing boots in their expansive mountaineering and extreme sports repertoire and adapted them for tactical operations. From there, the Salomon Forces line was born. These boots caught on with first responders and quickly became some of our best-selling tactical boots. So what features make these boots stand out from the pack? Three Salomon technologies found in every Forces style come to mind immediately. Abrasion-Resistant Uppers While other brands have been leaning towards light,…
  • New Additions to the Oakley PRIZM Line

    Lauren Malm
    30 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Winter is over, the sun is shining and Oakley has just what you need to ring in the new season. In 2014, the brand launched its initial lineup of glasses featuring PRIZM lenses. This proprietary technology was developed after decades of color science research. By blocking specific color wavelengths, PRIZM lenses increase the natural acuity of the human eye. This Spring, Oakley released new styles featuring never-before-seen PRIZM lenses intended for daytime operations. The new models feature PRIZM daily polarized lenses that reduce glare in bright-light environments while simultaneously…
  • Staff Pick: Streamlight ProTac HL Professional Tactical Light

    Lauren Malm
    13 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    As our Head Buyer, Jenny Kendall-Webb gets to see the latest and greatest tactical gear before it ever hits our shelves. Even with loads of new, innovative styles swimming in her head, when asked for her gear pick she opts for a classic. The Streamlight ProTac HL Professional has been around for a few years but its high-lumens technology and durable construction make it an irreplaceable component for everyday carry. Staff member: Jenny Kendall-Webb Job Title: Head Buyer Her Pick: Streamlight ProTac HL Professional Tactical Light Our Price: $70.99 “It’s compact but with a powerful…
  • Army Unveils New Uniform Quality Control Program

    Lauren Malm
    7 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    In February 2015, the Army unveiled its plans for a new Uniform Quality Control Program (UQCP). The program will be launched this year by PEO Soldier in order to provide soldiers, Army leaders and industry manufacturers clarity on what optional-wear boot models are considered Army authorized. In the 3rd fiscal quarter of 2015, PEO Soldier will post a list of boots that meet Army standards. To get on this list, boot manufacturers will have to submit boot materials to third-party labs in order to obtain necessary certifications. The certifications will then be passed along to Natick Soldier…
  • The Top 10 Gear from SHOT Show 2015

    Lauren Malm
    28 Jan 2015 | 11:30 am
    Per usual, SHOT Show was 5 days full of the latest and greatest gear from the industry’s premier brands. We hand-picked this year’s standout styles of apparel, equipment and footwear from the show so you know what to look forward to in 2015. 1. Condor Elite Line of Bags If you’re not familiar with Condor gear, you can easily pick it out by its ultra-aggressive look. Known for its tightly woven nylon equipment, Condor packs and tactical vests have never let us down before. This year at SHOT, the brand added an even more premium line of nylon bags to its arsenal. This Condor Elite line of…
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    Scout.com > Scout.com

  • Monday: NFL draft chat with Dave-Te’ Thomas

    26 Apr 2015 | 10:30 am
    It’s NFL draft week and chats don’t get any better than with Dave-Te’ Thomas, the league’s lead scout whose work appears on Scout.com. You’ve seen Thomas’ profiles and his in-depth scouting reports, and now you have a chance to ask the author all about his impressions on certain players in a chat at 7 p.m. Central Monday.
  • Watch: Meet Obama's Anger Translator Luther

    26 Apr 2015 | 4:59 am
    At the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, President Obama had some help getting his point across to the press from his anger translator Luther (a.k.a. Keegan-Michael Key from 'Key and Peele'.)
  • Inside the Locker Room - UW Spring Game

    25 Apr 2015 | 4:09 pm
    Following Wisconsin's annual spring game Saturday, a 35-7 victory for the first-team offense over the second-team defense, Badgers head coach Paul Chryst and selected playeres address the media.
  • 4-star RB Washington Chooses Syracuse

    25 Apr 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Syracuse lands prized running back prospect Robert Washington, he announced during a ceremony on Saturday.
  • Four-Star McCargo Commits to UNC

    25 Apr 2015 | 10:45 am
    Jay-Jay McCargo gave North Carolina its highest ranked verbal commitment to date for the 2016 class on Saturday.
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    HuntingLife

  • Road Show Continues for USA Shooting’s Shotgun Athletes

    HL News
    25 Apr 2015 | 5:00 pm
    The traveling roadshow that started in February for America’s best shotgun athletes rolls on to Larnaca, Cyprus, for the third International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup of the year beginning Sunday with Men’s and Women’s Skeet. Within the last 70 days, the 15 athletes that have comprised USA Shooting’s World Cup travel roster will have gone through a pre-season training camp in Puerto Rico, three World Cup events and battled through the Spring Selection Match in Fort Benning, Georgia. All that adds up to roughly 54,000 airline miles, 43 days away from home, and a fight…
  • Bass Pro Shops stores hosting free firearms training May 1-2 during Set Your Sights event

    HL News
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:00 pm
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Bass Pro Shops stores across the country will host Set Your Sights events May 1-2, 2015, which feature free firearms seminars, giveways, and chances to win a Savage Arms 64 Black .22 L.R. rifle and a Caldwell shooting rest. In addition to great deals on firearms, optics and gun safes, shoppers can receive quadruple points on select items. Participating Bass Pro Shops stores* will offer need-to-know advice at the following free seminars: Bass Pro Shops stores across the country are hosting free firearms training May 1-2 during the Set Your Sights event. Friday, May 1 6:30…
  • NRA Scores Important Victory for American Hunters and Sport Shooters

    HL News
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Fairfax, Va. – The National Rifle Association today claimed victory for beating back an Obama administration policy that would have essentially stopped American hunters and sport shooters from travelling internationally with their personal firearms and ammunition. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced today that it is returning to its previous system of facilitating the international transport of personal firearms and ammunition, after meeting with representatives from the NRA, firearms industry and sportsmen’s groups, and key members of Congress. “We are pleased that…
  • IWI US Partners with AcuSport Corporation

    HL News
    24 Apr 2015 | 2:00 pm
      Harrisburg, Pa. (April 2015) – IWI US, Inc., a subsidiary of Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) Ltd., is proud to partner with AcuSport Corporation to distribute its full product line of iconic brands-TAVOR® SAR, Galil ACE®, UZI® PRO and Jericho®-to customers within the United States. AcuSport is one of the country’s leading distributors of shooting sports products. Headquartered in Bellefontaine, Ohio, AcuSport has regional sales offices in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Minnesota, Montana, California, and Texas, as well as distribution centers in Ohio and Utah. “IWI US is…
  • Summer Training Session” D.T. Systems Training Blog by Ryan Eder, President, Upland Gundog Association LLC April 2015

    HL News
    24 Apr 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Despite the oddest pattern of weather I have ever seen here in the Midwest, we are definitely in the prime dog training season. All of our bird hunting seasons have come and gone, and we now have to spend spring (what spring we actually had at least) and summer training our gun dogs. For some of us, this is when we take a new pup that is now ready to begin introductory training and yard or field work. For others, we can now take our dogs out and work on improving in areas that we noticed needed work during the hunting season. Whatever your goals, whatever your situation, I have compiled a…
 
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    Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips

  • Buck Pole 2015: DDH Shows Your Best Shed Antlers

    Alan Clemons
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    Welcome to the 2015 Deer & Deer Hunting Buck Pole: Shed Hunting! celebration of our super off-season fun of going out to hunt shed antlers! We will be updating this thread regularly through spring. Submit your photos of your shed discoveries and a little info to us at bigbucks@fwcommunity.com and we’ll post them! Be sure to check out our super shed hunting resources here, too …  Nicholas Stowe with a couple of sheds found on a camping trip.     Kim Carter Millard with a great collection in her home. Click to learn more … SEE ALSO: The Best Tips to Finding Shed…
  • Apply Soon for Archery, Firearm Elk Tags in Deer-Crazy State

    Alan Clemons
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:35 am
    Kentucky’s elk population has grown well in the 15 years since restoration efforts began in the southeast region of the state. In one of the most deer-crazy states in the country, where a one-buck limit and decades of management help produce some monster nontypical and typical bucks, reintroduced elk have given hunters more opportunities to get outdoors. The elk were reintroduced more than 15 years ago in the southeast region of Kentucky. Efforts have been incredibly successful and now, in the beautiful and rugged terrain of the region, hunting seasons provide chances for antlered and…
  • Knock Off that Last Cold Blast with Lentil Venison Soup

    Alan Clemons
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Lentil Soup with Venison and Sausage hits the spot on a chilly autumn evening, is incredibly easy to prepare, and has a wealth of nutrition! (Photo: GameandGarden.com) It’s late April and doggone it, we’re already in the spring season but still are dealing with cold snow in the Northeast and rainy mess in the Southeast … Boo! Hiss! G’wan and getoutta here! It’s also a bit chilly here in the Southeast, too, with lows in the 50s. For us, in late April, that’s a bit below normal. All these cold fronts coming in from the northwest may be unseasonable but the…
  • Stage Set for Incredible, Bigger Muzzy Classic Bowfishing Tournament

    admin
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:35 pm
    This year’s Muzzy Classic bowfishing tournament, scheduled for April 25-26 on Alabama’s famed Lake Guntersville, is slated to be substantially bigger than the previous 15 tournaments. With a first place cash payout of $10,000, more waters to fish, up to four-person teams and a huge prize table, this tournament is slated to be one of the largest in the country. This year, new fishing areas have been opened to accommodate the growing number of participants and to add to fish count. In addition to bowfishing Lake Guntersville, Muzzy has opened Wheeler Lake in addition to any public…
  • Yes, I am a Stranglehold CornDog

    Ted Nugent
    23 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Corn! Wonderful, wonderful, wildlife enhancing golden kernels of CORN! I gotta tell ya, this simple grain brings me so much indescribable joy, happiness and supreme quality of life, I get a little emotional just talking about it. By Ted Nugent I’ll never forget the very 1st time corn came into my life. I had just bought my 1st little chunk of American deerhunting dream wildlife paradise in 1971, and was struggling, as I had been for my 1st 20 years of deerhunting to ambush a whitetail with my trusty Bear recurve bow. I hunted hard every day I possibly could, and never seemed to nail down…
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  • Staying Cool for Spring!

    Bethan
    24 Apr 2015 | 1:13 am
    Meanswear Collections Spring has sprung, we have fantastic blue skies and, at last, it’s warm enough to peel off a few layers and relax in the garden, perhaps enjoying a nice, cool, iced tea! So, with winter over and tweed... Continue Reading → The post Staying Cool for Spring! appeared first on .
  • Loving Summer: Wellies and other useful goodies!

    Tony Bithell
    8 Apr 2015 | 7:11 am
    Smell it, feel it, hear it and experience it, but most of all….enjoy it! Yes, Summer is almost upon us and with it comes our desire to get ‘out and about’, enjoying many different types of activities. Think about it:... Continue Reading → The post Loving Summer: Wellies and other useful goodies! appeared first on .
  • Just how jazzy will you go in your festival wellies?

    Bethan
    23 Mar 2015 | 3:39 am
    With music festivals starting over the next few weeks, in what could be chilly and wet weather, have you got your festival wellies ready? Whether attending the St Ives ‘ Blue Rhythym and Rock’ festival in April or Glastonbury in... Continue Reading → The post Just how jazzy will you go in your festival wellies? appeared first on .
  • GustBuster Windproof Umbrella – the perfect companion!

    Bethan
    11 Feb 2015 | 1:33 pm
    Are you looking for a windproof umbrella? I’m sure almost everyone, at some time, has experienced the ‘inside out umbrella’ stance! Maybe you remember standing on a pavement, soaked through, grasping at the remains of your trusty umbrella, which has... Continue Reading → The post GustBuster Windproof Umbrella – the perfect companion! appeared first on .
  • Just how useful are dog drying coats?

    Bethan
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:49 am
    Keeping your dog warm whilst drying off with our range of Dog Drying Coats from Ruff And Tumble! There’s nothing more refreshing than venturing out on a cold crisp morning, walking through the countryside with two very energetic Beagles!  If... Continue Reading → The post Just how useful are dog drying coats? appeared first on .
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  • Nightforce BEAST Questions

    lickx
    22 Apr 2015 | 11:02 am
    One of the best riflescopes that you can find on the market today, the Nightforce Beast has earned a stellar reputation as one of the best multi-purpose scopes for the US military which includes the Navy SEALs and law enforcement departments around the US. The history and use of the Beast scope is one that certainly has helped make it one of the most trusted that can be found today. The History of the Nightforce Beast Warfare has changed for snipers over the years as they must engage with targets are must further away than ever before. This means that they require optics of greater quality,…
  • 7 Simple Steps to Mount Your Scope

    lickx
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:47 pm
    1. Match Rings And Bases It’s no secret that all modern rifles are available with either tapped and pre-drilled for scope bases or pre-grooved in order to accommodate the appropriate mounting attachments. This means that the first steps you will need to make in order to mount your scope is to simply make sure that the particular mounting system that you have chosen is the correct fit for your rifle. You will also need to make sure that the rings are the correct diameter and height so that you can properly position your scope. Particular types of scope rings will only fit specific types of…
  • Nightforce SHV Rifle Scope : High On Features Yet Low On Price

    lickx
    17 Apr 2015 | 11:47 am
    The main issue with Nightforce buyers over the last decade has simply ever been the price. Nightforce has finally solved this issue and introduced the Shooter Hunter Varminter (SHV) riflescope. Nightforce SHV has eventually managed to make it somewhat easier for most people to achieve long-range technical accuracy, and they have succeeded in doing so without having to sacrifice exact tolerance, skilled workmanship, and a recoil tolerance which will last for many years. The Nightforce SHV 4-16×56 is a multipurpose riflescope that guarantees high quality efficiency and outstanding glass…
  • Nightforce ATACR – Top Selling Rifle Scope in 2013

    lickx
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:54 am
    Nightforce unveiled the Advanced Tactical Riflescope – ATACR in 2013 and has now turned out to be the best selling riflescopes available today. Nightforce strike a homerun using this 2nd focal plane giant. The ATACR is intended to be Nightforce’s enhancement on the NXS series, which has been purchased by shooters worldwide. The latest Nightforce ATACR features a 34mm tube with 120 MOA value of general elevation travel. The enormous level of elevation modification coupled with a 5X zoom, 5-25X magnification, and flexible reticles (MOAR, Mil-R, and unique for 2014 MOAR-T) means that no…
  • Aimpoint Pro Patrol Rifle Optic Review

    lickx
    6 Apr 2015 | 1:13 pm
    Aimpoint originally started out in the industry by producing high-quality reflex sights that came with an unlimited eye relief for shooters. Within time both Aimpoint and their consumers soon realized the significant benefits of using reflex sights during fast-action tactical situations. The Aimpoint PRO Patrol Rifle Optic is a red-dot optical scope which was originally fashioned for police officers, tactical shooters and enthusiastic competitors who require a robust and accurate optic. In order to achieve such a high quality product that is guaranteed to deliver, Aimpoint engineers initially…
 
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  • How Do Holographic Sights Work?

    Mark Griffin
    25 Apr 2015 | 3:09 am
    Holographic sights are quite common when it comes to shooting. But have you ever taken the pains to know how it works. There are several benefits if you have the knowledge about its working. Shooters and hunters are at times confused regarding the choice of the optic. Besides the riflescopes, if you are planning to buy something else then holographic or red dot sights are your options. As far as the brands are concerned, the Eotech Holographic Sight 512 is doing quite well. So how does the holographic sights differ from the rest of the firearm optics? A holographic sight has its reticle on…
  • 5 Great New Scopes For 2015 Deer Season

    Mark Griffin
    21 Apr 2015 | 4:21 am
    The 4-14x56mm Nightforce SHV, the most moderate Nightforce SHV scopes to date, is making eminent Nightforce execution and quality accessible to a more extensive group of onlookers of requesting shooters and seekers. The “SHV” remains for Shooter Hunter Varminter, a sign of the adaptability of the new riflescopes. The SHV 4-14x56mm gives dependable, multi-circumstance administration to law implementation work force; broadened extent ability to any shooter; an amplification range perfect for any environment the seeker may experience; and remarkable exactness to varmint and predator…
  • Holographic Sight and Red Dot Sight – A Comparison

    Mark Griffin
    20 Apr 2015 | 9:03 am
    Two of the most popular sighing mechanism for weapons include the holographic sights and red dot sights. In this regard, Eotech and Aimpoint are often pitted against each other. Although Eotech holographic sights are more but Eotech red dot sights are not uncommon either. As far as the differences between the two are not readily identifiable by just a simple side by side inspection and comparison.Here are some of the factors on which these two can be compared. LED Reticle When it comes to red dot sights, the low powered LED produces the reticle. On the other hand, the holographic sights use a…
  • Buying Binocular For Bird Fest

    Mark Griffin
    3 Apr 2015 | 9:14 pm
    The bird fests have already begun and many people are actually looking for a pair of binoculars that are specially designed for the bird watchers. It is understandable that while identifying and watching the birds, birders require a good binocular. Beyond this, they also need patience, passion and the capability to maintain a large mental catalog. The birding binoculars have a nest of features and specifications. But one of the main features is their ability to gather light. This is important as it allows you to observe the birds even at low light conditions. If you are keen to observe the…
  • Kimber Mountain Ascent .308 vs. Kimber Adirondack .308

    Mark Griffin
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:39 am
    Kimber’s Mountain Line rifles have made quite an impressive impact on the users. The reviews have been positive from all quarters. As a part of the tactical gear for mountains the weight of the mountain line rifles are perfect. For those who will be carrying it as a hunting gear, the performance is powerful too. However, there are various models in this line. Kimber Adirondack .308 The new Kimber Adirondack rifle weighs about 4 pounds, 13 ounces, and carries an 18-inch barrel, which makes it fast and easily maneuvered in a stand or when still-hunting thick cover. The Adirondack is offered…
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  • Podcast #19 – Aoudad Hunting Tips & Tactics

    Cory Glauner
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:46 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Learn how to hunt aoudad, their funny habits and why they are a critter worth putting on your bucket list. Listen in as Tom and Marc discuss Aoudad hunting strategies, the gear.... more »  Subscribe | Download Episode[audio mp3="http://gothunts.com/wp-content/podcast/episode-19.mp3" ][/audio] Podcast #19 – Aoudad Hunting Tips & Tactics GOTHUNTS
  • OUTFITTER REPORT: Idaho Antelope Season

    Cory Glauner
    9 Apr 2015 | 6:37 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Last years’ Idaho Antelope season was a short one, but a fun one. It started with long time GOTHUNTS client, Kyle Hawkins. This guy is an absolute riot to have around. Our area has very little hunting pressure during archery antelope season, so finding bucks is definitely not a problem. Day one and two were […] OUTFITTER REPORT: Idaho Antelope Season GOTHUNTS
  • OUTFITTER REPORT: An Aoudad Year End Review

    Cory Glauner
    6 Apr 2015 | 3:48 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters It was a year of 30-inchers. Our first hunt started off with long time GOTHUNTS client Tom Palmer and his friend Kenny Romero from Louisiana. This was an amazing hunt where persistence, very hard work, and extremely long hours glassing paid off in the end. We were able to close the distance on a band […] OUTFITTER REPORT: An Aoudad Year End Review GOTHUNTS
  • Backpacking Light Gear List for DIY Hunting

    Cory Glauner
    30 Mar 2015 | 8:45 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Steve Speck knows how to pack light on a DIY backpack hunt. Here’s his Backpacking Light Gear List: This is 99% of my hunting backpacking light gear list. Nothing extra! The only thing that can vary slightly is maybe an extra base layer / long johns in very cold temps or if elk hunting I’ll […] Backpacking Light Gear List for DIY Hunting GOTHUNTS
  • Podcast #18 – Steve Speck, DIY Hunting

    Marc Warnke
    30 Mar 2015 | 7:02 am
    GOTHUNTS - Representing Hunters with Proven Hunting Outfitters Steve Speck, back country hunting guru, speaks on the important how-to's of back country nutrition, pack designs, weight saving strategies, hunting methodologies, tent designs, sleeping bags and dual purpose gear.more »  Subscribe | Download Episode[audio mp3="http://gothunts.com/wp-content/podcast/episode-18.mp3" ][/audio] Podcast #18 – Steve Speck, DIY Hunting GOTHUNTS
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  • Turkey General Hunting Season Set to Start in Utah

    Rex
    23 Apr 2015 | 9:46 pm
    The general hunting season for turkeys is right around the corner in Utah. The general season opens on Monday, May 4, 2015. Turkey hunters who are 17 and younger get a head start as their season begins on Friday, May 1, 2015. As the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources (UDWR) says, the process for getting a permit is simple and there are plenty of the turkey permits available. In fact, UDWR states that there isn’t a limit on the number of turkey permits that can be sold this year, so hunters of all ages have a great chance of bagging a gobbler. To make it a little easier, hunters can…
  • Arizona is Still Free of the CWD Contagion

    Rex
    22 Apr 2015 | 4:36 am
    There is some great news out of Phoenix, Arizona, from the Arizona Game and Fish Department. According to a AZGFD news release, game biologists have found no instances of Chronic Wasting Disease in the deer and elk populations in the state. The deadly disease has been detected in deer and elk in a number of other states. This includes some states that aren’t far away from Arizona, including New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. It is too early to tell if this is the result of great game management or pure luck, and it is probably a combination of the two, but it gives AZGFD a reason to be…
  • Arizona Files Petition in Mexican Wolf Lawsuit

    Rex
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:29 am
    On behalf of the Arizona Game and Fish Department, Arizona has legally filed petitions in response to a recent lawsuit regarding the endangered Mexican wolf. Specifically, the lawsuit is aimed at changes to a rule that deals with the management of Mexican wolf populations that currently live in Arizona and New Mexico. The rule is called 10(j). The complaint seems to center around the fact that the goal AZGFD set for reaching a Mexican wolf target population of 100 wolves in the state hasn’t been met. Therefore, some people are claiming that 10(j) shouldn’t be or can’t be changed. The…
  • Hunting and Fishing License Fees Hike in Montana

    Rex
    19 Apr 2015 | 12:57 am
    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has announced that a proposal has been made that would increase the cost of hunting and fishing licenses in the state of Montana. The reason for the increase in license fees is to help offset the anticipated $5,750,000 shortfall. The department has many programs that are designed to help animal and fish species throughout the state. At the same time, MFWP works with many organizations and with other states to better manage the many animals that live in the state and in the region. Naturally, all the various important projects the department runs every year…
  • Missouri Confirms the Spread of CWD

    Rex
    17 Apr 2015 | 4:40 am
    The Missouri Department of Conservation is confirming that chronic wasting disease or CWD is spreading in deer of the state. A growing number of deer have been found that have the deadly disease and Department of Conservation is working with concerned citizens, landowners and hunters to try to find a way to contain the problem. CWD is an illness that attacks the brain and nervous system of members of the deer family. It is spread through a kind of abnormal protein. The protein causes problems in the nervous system of the animals, initially causing excessive drooling, lack of muscle control,…
 
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  • Slow Motion Archery Squirrel Hunting Impacts [VIDEO]

    Eric Nestor
    26 Apr 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Archery squirrel hunting takes a lot of skill and determination. These 26 amazing squirrel hunting kill shots will have you in awe. Squirrel stew was definitely on the menu for this hunter. Squirrel hunting is quite a lesson in patience, marksmanship and having a good eye to pick out your game from the surrounding woods. Throw in the use of archery as your chosen hunting method on these bushy tails, and things get even more interesting. With a slow motion camera, this hunter documents some very interesting shot impacts upon squirrels. The post Slow Motion Archery Squirrel Hunting Impacts…
  • Russian Man Makes the Coolest Miniature Guns, and They Actually Fire [VIDEO]

    Eric Nestor
    26 Apr 2015 | 5:30 pm
    This talented Russian man sure makes some great scaled-down replica guns. A Russian by the name of Andrei Batashev is an artist who creates miniature firearms. The guns he makes are so good that they actually shoot tiny bullets, too. These costly mini-guns also take a lot of time and patience to make. With some very powerful and well known customers, this super gunsmith knows what he is doing with great detail. Next time you think your .22 is a true “mouse gun,” think again. These little guns indeed are the true mouse guns of the true gun community. The post Russian Man Makes…
  • Tribal Bowfishing with Organic Poison [VIDEO]

    Michelle Harmes
    26 Apr 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Hundreds gather to shoot, spear and net poisioned fish. For centuries native Amazon people like the Ashaninka tribe have used liquified Barbasco plant to poison fish in the river and gather by the hundreds to catch, spear and bowfish the stunned fish. The Barbasco plant contains a natural poison that is an insecticide, pesticide and piscicide (fish poison). The natives use an exact amount in three separate places in the river. The local villagers of all ages wait down river and gather the fish, bowfishing from shore and from rafts. Although natural, Barbasco’s poisonous chemical…
  • Hilarious: Jason Fishing Pranks Will Have You Laughing [VIDEO]

    Jake Hofer
    26 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    After watching this prank, you’ll be laughing and checking over your shoulder. Friday the 13th (the date, not the movie) doesn’t come around very often, but it’s always a good time for a prank. These two videos are hilarious, and the prank victims’ reactions are even better. Check out this “Jason mask” fishing prank. It took this group three weeks to film the video in Rhode Island. It was definitely worth their time and determination. Heck, they were so dedicated, they even used scuba gear. It was the sequel to another another Jason fishing prank. Check out…
  • Here is One of the Best Sea Serpent Sightings That You Will Ever See [VIDEO]

    Craig Raleigh
    26 Apr 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Sea serpent sightings are a thing of lore among sailing men around the world. When they appear in the shallow waters of Florida, it’s time to take notice. The Sanibel Island area of Florida is the backdrop for one of the most exciting videos of a purported “sea serpent” that you will ever see. A terrified man and his fiancée were fishing in a shallow bay area when they “saw what looked like a bus speeding through the water.” “All of the sudden, part of its body sprung out of the water and appeared to have something wrapped up. Then it was gone” WARNING: Strong language used in…
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