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  • Montana is legendary. The state offers deer, antelope, elk, moose, bear, bison, and wolf, if a hunter can find them somewhere in a vast, varied landscape. So what's the best rifle and caliber?

    The Best Rifle and Caliber for Hunting in Montana

    The Best Rifle and Caliber for Hunting in Montana

    by LJ Bonham2

  • Wade fishing is one of the best ways to fish for river smallmouth if you like the exercise and don't want to deal with a boat. Check out my tips on the best baits to use for catching smallmouth bass in the river.

    Tips for River Smallmouth Fishing Without a Boat

    Tips for River Smallmouth Fishing Without a Boat

    by Matt G.0

  • Headboats—relatively inexpensive charter boats that take out large groups of people fishing—are a great way to get out onto the great lake and find some jumbo yellow perch. Walk on or call in.

    Jumbo Perch Headboats on Lake Erie

    Jumbo Perch Headboats on Lake Erie

    by Jeremy Richmond0

  • The days are long and hot, the water's hot, the grease is hot, and the sun's rays cling to you like that weird kid from 8th grade. Its prime catfishing time across the country and I'm going to share some tips with you on how to maximize your success this summer.

    Late Summer Channel Cats

    Late Summer Channel Cats

    by Jeremy Richmond0

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  • Flathead, Shovel Cat, whatever you call them, these cats are some of the best fighting freshwater fish in the continental US. Read on below and I'll share some tips and tricks I have used to land some of these behemoths.

    How Do You Catch Flathead Catfish?

    How Do You Catch Flathead Catfish?

    by Jeremy Richmond4

  • As a Search & Rescue volunteer myself since 2007, I've put together this page to give you an idea of what "SAR" is all about and how you can get involved with a team in your area.

    Becoming a Search and Rescue Volunteer

    Becoming a Search and Rescue Volunteer

    by Deb Kingsbury489

  • Finding fall crappie is a lot easier than most people think. While the use of electronics gives some an advantage, this knowledge of basic location elements will help you greatly increase your catch rate this upcoming fall season.

    Where to Find Fall Crappie

    Where to Find Fall Crappie

    by Jeremy Richmond0

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