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2015 HOMETOWN FESTIVAL
              Who is ready for some fun?  Look no further than your local Bass Pro Shops.  Here in Auburn, NY we will have some great family activities that everyone will enjoy.  Take a...

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Fishy Facts: Cutthroat Trout
I have a deep love for trout. Over the past few years, I have covered them as subjects in my articles a number of times. One of my very first blogs was about them, and they were my 200th blog as well! Already in our Fishy Facts series we have covered the rainbow and brook species. And this time we...

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2015 HOMETOWN FESTIVAL
              Who is ready for some fun?  Look no further than your local Bass Pro Shops.  Here in Auburn, NY we will have some great family activities that everyone will enjoy.  Take a quick look below to see what we have going on.  To make it even better, all the activities  at Bass Pro Shops are...
Outdoor Cooking Primer - Slow Cooker Chicken Mole'
I've always been intrigued by the idea of mole' sauce (pronounced moh-lay - not mole, like the varmint that tears up your yard!) - dark chocolate, cinnamon, and spicy heat in a warm blend. My husband was not quite as eager - "It has to taste better than it sounds." It did...and received two thumbs...
Fishy Facts: Striped Bass
One of my absolute favorite things about working here are the fish feedings. We have three large aquatic homes for our fishy friends (I don’t like to use the word tank, unless talking about military history). There is a saltwater exhibit in the Islamorada Fish Company. Our Trout Stream gets fed...
Boy Scout Month - A Compass for Life!
For over a century, Boy Scouts of America has developed our future leaders. Once again, Bass Pro Shops is saluting Boy Scouts with a month devoted to helping educate them, raise money, which will benefit our local council, and Provide a Compass for Life! In September, you can round up your purchases...
Keep your self hidden from deer with Scent Elimination products
Do You Use Scent Elimination Products when you hunt?  Some hunters swear by them while others feel that if you stay down wind from the deer you are fine.  Scents such as soap, cologne and even body odor can spook a deer fast.  Here are just a few ideas you may want to try along with staying down...
Dutch Oven Cooking- Stacking
We had so much interest in our Dutch Oven cooking post, we're going to explore it a bit further. In the first article, we mentioned "stacking" Dutch ovens...so what's that all about? Here's more from our own Tiffany Noble, camping Associate and Dutch Oven cooking expert...and she has included...
Captain MAck's Weekly FIshing Report
Striper fishing continues to be outstanding, both for numbers and size. The techniques and methods are very typical of August and there has been little or no change in the patterns in recent days. Since that is the case, I can devote a little more time to technique and really get your game tweaked!...
Goin’ Rural: Dutch Ovens
There is something so delicious and therapeutic about opening up the lid to a Dutch oven. It’s almost like closing down a session of yoga but with a tasty treat ending. For those of you who don’t know what a Dutch Oven is, it is a cooking device that (I believe by law in 38 states) is a mandatory...
This Weekend @ Bass Pro Shops Altoona - 2015 Fall Hunting Classic
It's the second and LAST weekend of the Fall Hunting Classic! We welcome all those sportsmen and sportswomen who are ready for hunting season to begin! Be ready for dove, deer, and waterfowl! This weekend it's all about the kids with another fantastic Next Generation Weekend, PLUS our popular Women...
6 Reasons The MUCK BOOT™ Brand Tops Its Competitors
The Original Muck Boot Company™ story began in 1999 with the main purpose of designing the most comfortable, best performance footwear on the market. The demand for a comfortable boot for use in muddy and hard conditions while working for a long time led to the design of The Original Muck Boot...
Outdoor Cooking Primer - Venison Eggplant Casserole
Summertime gardens mean generous people bringing in bounty to share at work. Recently someone brought some eggplants in and, being open to new things, I took one. I did some snooping online and found this recipe from the Missouri Department of Conservation and gave it a whirl. It could be retitled...
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