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Sixthday Sportsmen Magazine

For my sportsmen (and women) friends who read this blog, I want to make you aware of a fairly new magazine—Sixthday Sportsmen. Recently I’ve become acquainted with the publisher, Dave Iverson. We’ve been exchanging emails, and I hope the magazine … Continue reading

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5 Fishing Tips for Bloggers

What if I told you that fishing just might reveal some important tips to becoming a better blogger? Or another way of looking at it—a more fulfilled blogger. Allow me to reel in my core idea right from the very … Continue reading

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Outdoor Adventure in North Georgia

Call it outdoor adventure, medicine, or therapy, but it works! This past week I took some time off to enjoy the outdoors with my wife and friends. My spiritual, emotional, and physical energy banks have been recharged. One day, my … Continue reading

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Time to Go Fishing

Spring has arrived here in Georgia, and the weather is getting warmer each week. My son has already beat me to the lake and scored big time. During spring break he caught several largemouth bass and was able to spend … Continue reading

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The Surprise Catch

I just returned from a wonderful and productive fishing trip down in Apalachicola, Florida. How time passes quickly, but the memories will last a lifetime. My son Caleb and my friend Mark accompanied me on the choppy waters of Apalachicola … Continue reading

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Just Add Water

It’s amazing how just adding water to an activity pegs out the needle on the family fun dial.  Water is refreshing, it’s in motion and often times it’s the major scenic event.  Aquatic environments usually attract tons of wildlife.  A … Continue reading

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A Great Day on the Lake

Any day is a great day on the lake, but this weekend proved to be very productive.  Between my son, my father and myself, we caught about 40 fish and kept 20.  The weather was beautiful–sunny and relatively calm.  The Hula Popper, … Continue reading

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Apalachicola and St. George Island

The family and I experienced a wonderful time vacationing on St. George Island. Located in Florida, St. George is sandwiched between the Gulf of Mexico and Apalachicola Bay. It’s largely a fishing community and caters to a few tourist. It’s … Continue reading

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My 5 Favorite Outdoor Websites

Looking for some helpful advice about the outdoors?  Maybe you’d like to learn how to cut down a tree or sharpen a knife or do some research for an upcoming camping trip.  Below, I’ve compiled 5 of my favorite outdoor … Continue reading

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Let Down Your Nets

How goes your summer fishing?  A few times over the summer, my son and I abandoned the a/c to hook a few bass and catfish.  On one occasion, my son reeled in a nice six-pounder (see picture on right).  You … Continue reading

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Scriptures About Fishing

Today I want to share with you a post from my friend Randy Weaver.  His blog is called The Non-Typical Sportsman.  On his blog, Randy shares messages for the soul, hunting tips, gear reviews and some tasty recipes.  He wanted … Continue reading

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Gear Review: Keen Water Sandals

Nice weather visited Georgia this weekend.  Many are still picking themselves up from the ferocious windstorm that swept through last Monday evening.  Since I work for a utility company, you can imagine my week was very busy.  So, I gladly … Continue reading

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Great Books for the Outdoorsman

I love to read good books.  Books take me to places I may never be able to visit in my lifetime.  Books inspire me to rush outside and experience the best nature has provided.  My bond with books is probably … Continue reading

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Kayak Fishing – Part 1

Usually when people hear “kayak,” they think “whitewater,” but I would like to introduce you to the wonderful world of kayak fishing.  Kayaks glide quietly across a lake or stream, allowing you to reach places inaccessible by larger boats.  Their … Continue reading

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Hooked for Life

Many of you who are fishermen know the name Jimmy Houston.  Jimmy is a well known fishing pro, TV celebrity and a deacon at the First Southern Baptist Church of Keys.  Over the years, he’s written five books.  Two of … Continue reading

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