Its that time of year again. The fiddleheads are popping up, the white perch are running and the black bears are hungry! It has been a long winter for everyone including these guys. They are looking for anything to eat including bird feeders, trash cans and dumpsters.
I had the chance to go to Colorado and play horse rancher for a week. While I was there I saw some beautiful country and found lots of public land. I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of access there was in the area I had to explore. There was Continue reading “Colorado, Mule Deer, Elk, Public Land”
Here Brian is making a hand mallet to use with some of his chisels when he’s carving. This hand mallet is made out of a stone and raw hide.
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Here’s a quick mini episode of The Woodsman’s Podcast to preview some outdoor activities Ed is hoping to be doing in the next couple of weeks, including some last ice fishing for the season, maybe a rabbit hunt, and beaver trapping. We got a new sound board for The Continue reading “For Whom the Bell Tolls”
(Micropterus salmoides) largemouth bass are an overlooked species when it comes to hard-water fishing. Not only are they fun to catch but you tend to catch the bigger ones through the ice. Fittsy and I had a small window of fishing opportunity and decided to avoid the strong wind on Continue reading “Hard-Water Largemouth Bass, late season fun.”