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Years ago, while working for an independent hardware store, Ken Griffey got some advice from the store’s owner.
“You’re never going to have the lowest prices,” he recalls being told. “You have to have good service and sell quality products and listen to your customers. That’s how you’ll succeed.”
Griffey is now the owner of Bear & Son Cutlery, which manufactures more than 300 styles of knives. Every part—down to the tiniest screws—is made in the U.S., many of them right at Bear’s facility in Jacksonville, Ala. [ Read Full Post ]
With roughly 1.7 million acres of public lands (less than 5 percent of the state's surface area), Georgia doesn't have an abundance of accessible land. Fishing opportunities, however, are abundant with plenty of lakes, rivers, and streams. [ Read Full Post ]
The Sunshine state may not be at the top of the list when it comes to public hunting opportunities, but 26 percent of the state is publicly-owned. And, of course, there's no shortage of excellent fishing areas with good access options as well. [ Read Full Post ]
While less than six percent of Connecticut is public land, there is a modest array of public areas ranging in size from just a few hundred acres to several thousand, offering respectable public hunting and fishing access.
• 13,454 acres
• Noted for excellent fishing opportunities and designated trout park [ Read Full Post ]
Luke Tonlino of Otis, Massachusetts was admittedly a bit peeved. Upon hearing some odd banging sounds coming from outside his home last week, Tonlino decided to investigate. That’s when he spotted the source of the commotion—an adult gobbler. Apparently enamored with his own reflection in the bumper of Tonlino’s truck, the bird strutted back and forth occasionally pecking at the high-polished chrome.
“I went inside for the camera and watched him for 5 minutes,” Tonlino said. “He saw me and didn’t care—until I ran him off. I was afraid he would ruin the bumper.” [ Read Full Post ]