food plot sounds a lot easier than it actually is. You must know
what to plant, where to plant, and when to plant. Those three
things are very crucial when wanting to have a successful food plot
for the deer. If you are having trouble with your food plot or
would like to start...
Looking back at the two years or so of blog writing, we have
covered numerous topics. One of my favorite topics has always been
the animal ones. And of all those we have covered numerous species.
But this month’s Big Game Basic might cover the smelliest animal
yet! I mean I’m sure moose don’t smell...
Looking for something for the 4th of July this 2015? Don't
worry we've got you covered. Come in to check out flag
and red, white, and blue themed items before July
4th gets here since it’s right around the corner!!! There are
so many ways to show American pride and we’ve got so many options.
Fishing Report Morgan McLain and I fished a tournament on
Smithville on Sunday. We got 6th place with 14.11 pounds and
our biggest fish weighed 4.85 pounds. The crank bait bite is
on at Smithville. If you find a point with a bunch of fish on
it, just start cranking. Square bills are always a...
It’s my favorite time of year again the months of June and July are
when the mulberry start to get ripe and fall from the trees.
And to me that means time to catch carp on the fly. One of my
favorite things to do in the dog days of summer. I spent most
of my day off chasing and stalking carp all...
Natures a Motha'. One minute your steaks are marinatin', the sun is
shining, drinks are cold, and life is good. Perfect for grillin'
like a villain. You fire up your grill and boom: torrential
down pour. What do you do? Throw these beauties in the oven? Only
if you are a fair weather griller. Grab...
Hello everyone and welcome back to this week’s report! The
weather this week has been pretty decent, with a little wind on
Wednesday, but it appears that it is shaping up nicely for the
weekend. The forecast is calling for 10 Knots out of the East
to Southeast, and should make up some really nice...
Sawyer Picaridin Insect Repellent Review
Recently I had the opportunity to go fly fishing for bream on a
friend’s lake. I readily accepted the offer and decided to try one
of our insect repellents while I was out. I decided on the Sawyer
Picaridin Insect Repellent Lotion....
I constantly hear that the archery industry and Bass Pro must be
making huge profits on bows, accessories, arrows and
components. “I could make this part for much less” or “How
can you charge so much for something that costs only a few dollars
to make”? One of the reasons is the high FET...
This July 4th
weekend includes Bass Pro Shops Altoona in your family fun and
celebrate our country's freedom to do so! Family Summer Camp
activities continue and we have something extra special for the
Fourth: The Catch and Release Pond is back for July 4 and 5 - ONE
Weekend ONLY - Plus a...
Have you ever attended Bass Pro Shops Family Summer
Camp? If not you are missing some great fun. What a wonderful
opportunity to try activities while learning about things you
have never done. Have you ever wanted to shoot a BB
Gun? We have a Daisy BB Gun Shooting Gallery and people who
Bacon is Blowing Up at Bass Pro Shops! America loves bacon! The
love of bacon has grown to surreal heights. Some say that bacon is
more American than apple pie! The Bacon mania exists in American
today is a new trend and can be found in anything anywhere…
including here at Bass Pro Shops Rancho...