Author Archives: HavalonKnives

Tips For Choosing The Correct Fishing Line

By Darl Black Simplify your fishing line decision…. monofilament, fluorocarbon or braid? You’ve likely heard the expression “during simpler times,” referring to an earlier period when life was less complicated and we had fewer choices. Well, fishing line choice certainly … Continue reading

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A Fresh Fish Fry You’ve Got To Try

By Tracy L. Schmidt Once you try this panfish recipe, you might want to go fishing every day! My family likes to eat fish on a regular basis, so we love catching crappies in the spring and early summer. These … Continue reading

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Secrets to Catching Trout in Cold Water

By Mike Bleech When Snow Melt, Chills the Creeks.  It was the kind of adventure that is best done when you are a kid. Pop-up camper trailers were a new thing, and I had never seen one before I camped … Continue reading

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Winter Hunting Essentials

By Tom Claycomb III Essentials for the perfect winter hunt. As kids, Richard Jaco and I would go camping nearly every weekend. While doing it we engaged in lots of diversions. We’d trap all night or ride around with the … Continue reading

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Posted in Antelope Hunting, Bear Hunting, Big Game Hunting, Buffalo Hunting, Camping, Coyote Hunting, Deer Hunting, Elk Hunting, Ice Fishing, Ice Fishing, Moose Hunting, Outdoor Life, Tom Claycomb III | Leave a comment

5 Reasons Not to Build Your Own Treestand

5 Reasons Not to Build Your Own Treestand By Steve Sorensen Have you ever built a treestand? Maybe you dream of a tree condo – 8′ by 8′ with a pitched roof, carpeted floor, sliding windows and a propane gas … Continue reading

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Posted in Bear Hunting, Big Game Hunting, Bowhunting, Deer Hunting, Elk Hunting, Hunting Safety, Steve Sorensen | 1 Comment