Reader Project submitted by Chris Holdbrooks from Guntersville, ALPhoto courtesy of Chris... [Read More]
Reader Project submitted by Chris Holdbrooks from Guntersville, AL
Photo courtesy of Chris Holdbrooks
“The width of the carrier is the same as the factory rack on my ATV [40 inches]. The basket is 12 inches off the ground, allowing plenty of clearance for steep approach angles, and the 22-inch-deep basket accommodates two climbing stands.
“The trusses [horizontal members] that run from front to back have a 3/16-inch plate welded to them for bolting to the factory rack. Two horizontal members extending from the front of the basket insert into 1 ¼-inch square tube receivers welded to the ATV’s frame and support the majority of the weight of the carrier and cargo.
The sitting position is king whenever the brush, grass or terrain is not conducive to making a prone shot. It’s also very fast to assume, making it ideal for those opportunities when a quick, accurate shot is needed.
Here’s how and when to use it.
When someone catches a fish, you might say he or she has “come full circle” in the learning, application and success of the sport. Potomac bass guide Steve Chaconas does not disagree, but he prefers a different geometric allusion. He calls it the “Triangle of Fishing,” the three sides of which are as follows:
1. “The base is casting, because if you can’t make a cast, it doesn’t matter where you are, what you’re using or how good the fish are biting,” Chaconas said. “If you can’t put your bait where it needs to be, you’re not going to catch a fish.”
Photo by Justin Appenzeller All you need to correctly mount a scope so that the reticle is... [Read More]
Photo by Justin Appenzeller
All you need to correctly mount a scope so that the reticle is dead level, the eye relief is correct, and everything is tightened properly are a workbench with a vise, a small bubble level, and a torque wrench.
An Alabama man who plead guilty to "cannonballing" a mother manatee and her calf last year in Florida has been fined and sentenced to community service and probation.
Taylor Martin, the self-proclaimed "Tayla the manatee slaya," appeared in an Orlando Federal Court Wednesday and was ordered to pay a $3,000 fine and serve 175 community service hours. He will also serve two years of probation and must issue an apology for harassing the endangered species on Facebook, where a video of him leaping on the animals first appeared.
Some of the best wild edible plants are only available for a short window of time. With summer berries and many of the wild vegetables coming into season soon, now is a great time to get set up for the preservation of these free seasonal foods. Two of the easiest methods to preserve your wild harvest are drying and pickling. Here’s how to get started.
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