Category Archives: Hunting

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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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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The Next Generation’s Hunter

by Tom Cannon I grew up with a serious passion for hunting and fishing. My dad only hunted upland birds, but that was enough to light the wick and get me started. Later in life when I had my own … Continue reading

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Drake Waterfowl’s Quick-Hitch Retriever Stand

Drake Waterfowl’s Quick-Hitch Retriever Stand Makes Set-Up Quick and Easy The Quick-Hitch Retriever Stand is designed to eliminate the difficulty and frustration of packing in a dog stand and setting it up by yourself, often in the dark. This dog … Continue reading

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Geese Galore!

Here in the central portion of the United States, we are blessed with many hunting opportunities. One of my favorite pastimes is hunting Canada Geese. Due to their plentiful nature here and amongst most of the country they offer a … Continue reading

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Peaks and Valleys

By Tom Cannon   A wise man once said that life is a series of peaks and valleys. One must savor the highs and weather the low spots. Never before has that saying been truer than the 2010 fall hunting … Continue reading

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The Full Moon and its affect on Wild Game: Part 1

By Tom Cannon Casey Self  Creedence Clearwater Revival had a big hit in the seventies called “Bad Moon on the Rise” and that turned out well for them. Unfortunately, as outdoorsmen and women, sometimes the moon doesn’t seem to treat … Continue reading

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Best Kept Secret in Waterfowling!

By Tom Cannon That broad statement has been made hundreds of times in the past and probably will be made plenty more times in the future. One key component that most water fowlers over look is not a particular decoy, … Continue reading

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