The fish breaks his rod and he lands it by hand after the rod is broken.
If you want to see something funny, see Cheap Charlie's first turkey kill in the badlands of South Dakota. What an adventure!!
The brute strength of this fish is amazing. If you like big catfish, you'll like this...
Professional trainers make it look so easy, but here is a glimpse into how to teach your dog steady to wing and return to you to begin hunting again after a bird flies away.
Female Pacific walruses and their calves traditionally spend summers far from shore, diving for benthic invertebrates over the shallow continental shelf waters of the Chukchi Sea. These female walruses and their calves prefer to rest between forage bouts on sea ice drifting above their feeding grounds. However, in recent years loss of summer sea ice over the continental shelf has forced many walruses to travel to the northwest coast of Alaska where they haul-out on shore to rest. This large herd of walruses hauled out near Pt. Lay Alaska in August of 2011.
In this video, veteran outdoor broadcaster Mike Avery talks with archery legend Fred Bear at the Grousehaven hunting camp. The conversation took place in 1985, three years before Fred died. Avery thought he had lost the tape, but found it in a box headed for the trash.
Sometimes hand-held home movie footage is exactly perfect for the situation. Here is the future of fishing before our eyes, a 2-year-old girl's first catch.
The name of this fish is a sailors choice, also known as a pinfish.
Bloopers from Michael Waddell & Brenda Valentine's opening skit from the 2009 NWTF National Convention and Sports Show. It took quite a few takes to get this skit just right!
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez Requalifies for Concealed Carry License in August of 2011. She fired a perfect score, using both .45 and .38 caliber handguns.