‘Hunting’ season never really over with small arms.
Author has noticed late arrival of many avian species.
Author endeavors to sight-in muzzleloader, ‘patrol rifle’
Author marks dead of winter by return of winged creatures.
Season kicks off Monday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 30.
Author recently assisted shooters at a sight-in day.
Nature can teach lessons during treestand sit.
Author takes back control of his little water hole.
Author ruminates on the trusted model he carries.
Anglers reporting limits of “yellow gold” in Erie’s Western Basin.
Return to roots is cause for celebration.
Erie’s walleye numbers, something like 116 million, are at or near all-time highs, and the basin’s famous – or infamous – mayfly hatch has not yet begun in earnest.
Author rekindles memories of his youth by fishing small creeks, rivers.
Amur, tilapia ordered to help combat the scourge.
Produces a ‘what the heck’ moment for the author.
Author suggests buying one is a wise investment in wildlife.
Author pleasantly surprised by what he has found at his feeders.
Blogger has been patiently waiting for gobbler at his Sandusky County place.
Ohio would get about $28 million under bill.
Be aware of bucks, does crossing the highways, byways of Ohio.
Spend some time on the range before the season.
Get your hands dirty. Get involved.
Blogger shares on-the-water, in-the-woods bonding experience with grandkids.
Parallels to patience in hunting learned, appreciated by blogger’s grandsons.
Toledo Metroparks restored 1,000 acres of Lake Erie coastland.
Something – a biting insect for sure – had marched down my forearm and punched in a string of tiny bites. I never even noticed the minor “attack” until, overnight, a reddish-purplish blob about two inches long raised up on the skin. It was not sore, painful, or itchy, and I felt no symptoms of distress. So I watched it…