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The Power of the Bird Band

By Tom Cannon Most waterfowl hunters are familiar with the word “band”. It is the one four letter word that will actually put a smile on the face of the grumpiest hunter. Likewise; the word band has evolved into many … Continue reading

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Cross Over Lures

I am fortunate to get to fish across the U.S., from Alaska to the Florida Keys. The more I learn about fish; of all species, is that a fish is a fish, no matter where he lives. All fish have … Continue reading

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Testing Fiocchi Cowboy Action Ammo

Testing Fiocchi Cowboy Action ammo   Like many Americans, I was raised watching John Wayne, Clint Eastwood and others riding high in the saddle, with a Colt .45 on the hip and a Winchester lever action close by. Those movies … Continue reading

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The Making of the Fiocchi Duck Call

  Fiocchi Ammunition celebrates one hundred and forty years of producing world class shotgun, rifle and pistol ammunition; this year in 2016. Currently Fiocchi is run by the fifth generation of Fiocchi family, making it one of the longest family … Continue reading

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Collector’s Duck Calls

Recently, I was privileged to get an invitation to view a world class collection of duck calls. Below are several photos of just a few of the hand carved, hand painted or hand scrimshawed calls from around the world. Keep … Continue reading

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Fiocchi Warlock Steel Shotgun Shells

By Tom Cannon Fiocchi Ammunition first entered the United States market in 1983, when Fiocchi of Italy began importing shotgun ammo manufactured in Italy. The product was so well received by American hunters, shooters and sportsmen, that the following year … Continue reading

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Convert your Freshwater Lures and Tactics to Saltwater Purposes

By Tom Cannon   Growing up in the Midwest, I spent my lifetime casting to freshwater species. It wasn’t until my twenties that I was fortunate to make an occasional foray to chase some saltwater fish. Like many anglers I … Continue reading

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Photo Season

Recently I have taken up a second waterfowl season… Photo season! Once February 15th brings the close of dark goose season in Kansas, I typically had pack my gear and sulked around until the following fall. Last winter I began … Continue reading

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Why People Should Hunt

People should hunt because it’s good for the population, gives people food, and also it helps your survival skills. Hunting helps keep the animal population in the perfect number rates. Hunting helps people put food on their table for their family. … Continue reading

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Miscellaneous thoughts, reflections and ramblings on an expired season

The highlight on the 2013 -2014 hunting season was invariably deer season. I scored my archery buck on my first morning in a treestand. Normally it takes many an hour to accomplish the same goal. Yet my highlight of any … Continue reading

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