Hook and Barrel Editors Note Fact or Fiction 2020

Fact or Fiction? – With 2020, it’s anyone’s guess

Fact or Fiction? - With 2020, it’s anyone’s guess 2020, what a great year (insert mostly sarcasm here). 2020 has brought us unprecedented changes in life, a global...
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Tastes Like Chicken – Cooking Squirrels

Cooking Squirrels Around my grandparents’ house in the 1970s, we fished and hunted with only one rule: “If you kill it, you have to eat it.”
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The Great Outdoors

Deer Camp Deer camps are vitally sought retreats. After this year of pandemic, politicians, protests, and negative media, we need retreats more than ever. For many, the annual...
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Deer Uncle Ted – Should New Hunter’s Start with Bow or Rifle?

Deer Uncle Ted –New Hunters – Start with a Bow or Rifle? Deer Uncle Ted, my family watches Ted Nugent Spirit of the Wild on Outdoor Channel religiously,...

The Three Degrees of Lostness Explained

Did you know there were three degrees of lostness? There are, and none of them have anything to do with your car’s GPS going black halfway between your garage and the...

Is 65 too Old to Start Bow Hunting? 

Deer Uncle Ted – Is 65 too Old for Bow Hunting?    Dear Uncle Ted, I started my hunting life just a few years ago after hearing so many...

Deer Uncle Ted

Deer Uncle Ted - Ted Nugent on Single Mother Arming Herself Even before the quarantine and outrageous release of criminals from prison, as...
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Making Waves | Marine Art

Marine Art Captures the Imagination of Those Who Love the Sea. Those who love the outdoors appreciate the quiet solitude and breathless adrenaline rush depicted in sporting art,...

Mountain Mama

Eva Shockey is building a family—and a lifestyle brand—in the great outdoors.  Unlike many of her female contemporaries in the outdoor industry, Eva Shockey didn’t come out...

Summer Boating and Safety Tips You Need to Know

Human error is the leading cause of boating accidents. Be sure an activity intended for fun doesn’t end in tragedy by remembering to always put safety first. According to a report by the U.S. Coast...

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