Field Notes

Hunting With a Guide
If you are looking to book a guided hunt or have one planned in the future, here are some do’s and don'ts to make your trip go a little smoother and be an enjoyable experience for everyone.
5 Offroad Events You Don't Want To Miss This Fall/Winter
From premium riding trails and live concerts, to firework shows and bounty hole races, find out why you don't want to miss these Offroad Events.
Wildly Edible : Blackened Redfish Tacos
Fish tacos are always in the dinner rotation, especially when the fish are biting. This blackened redfish taco recipe is full of flavors and textures that make it a go-to favorite for a light and refreshing meal.
Summer Dog Training
With the mercury running up like the price of diesel, we’re all looking for ways to keep our dogs on track for hunting season. Here are a few tips to keep in mind until we see some relief in the forecast.
Tips for Catching Summer Bass

Bass can be notoriously hard to hook in the heat, but don't let it keep you from getting out on the water. From when to fish, where to fish, and what to throw, these tips will help you put more bass in your boat in the summer.

 

Wildly Edible : Turkey Nuggets
What separates one turkey nugget recipe from another? It starts with your marinade and dredge. This southern fried wild turkey nugget recipe will have you coming back for more. It's time to get cooking!
Spring Trapping

Maintaining the predator population is crucial to increasing the odds of survival for wild turkeys. If you're hearing and seeing less and less turkeys on your property, check out these tips for spring trapping to decrease the predator population and increase the turkey population.

Shed Hunting: A Bone to Pick-up

Shed hunting is the perfect way the get more information on how deer and wildlife are using a property or piece of ground, along with their population health and density. If you are prepared to put miles on your boots, these tips can help put antlers in your bag.

Unloading: The Light Goose Conservation Order
At the height of population, biologists estimated the snow geese population was growing an estimated five percent each year. So what is the Light Goose Conservation Order (LGCO) and what has it done to help? Read more to find out!