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Duck Dog: A Waterfowler's Best Friend

Posted by Field Staffer Jake Riley with Riley's Retrievers on Nov 22nd 2017

If you are anything like me, watching a well-trained dog who loves being in a blind more than life itself, is a lot of times more fun than the actual hunt. I can still remember my first experience with an old, gray-faced chocolate lab named “Chief” like it was yesterday. I was 17 years old, and it was my first ever trip to a flooded Arkansas rice field. We had hunted all day, and not killed a lot, but had the time of my life. Right when we were considering picking up the decoys for the aft
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Heybo Outdoors Releases New Technical Camo Gear

Posted by Team Heybo on Oct 11th 2017

This fall we have upped our game with a brand new line of technical camouflage gear. This line features products that are built to withstand the harshest of environments and will meet the needs of every outdoorman. These products are made from our Fowl Weather and Element Protection Technologies, making them 100% waterproof and windproof. Our technical gear is extremely versatile and durable as it was designed to take on all the elements one could face during their pursuit in the outdoors.
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Tripletail Fishing

Posted by Field Staffer Barkley Sims on Oct 6th 2017

                       Tripletail, also known as blackfish, are some of the most exciting fish to catch and the coast of Alabama has some of the best tripletail fishing to offer. Tripletails follow the warm water out of the Gulf of Mexico, into Mobile Bay and the Mississippi Sound during the hot summer months until the end of fall. Finding tripletail can sometimes be easy because they like to be around any type of structure or floating
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Kayak Fishing Tournaments

Posted by Field Staffer Matthew Brannon on Sep 30th 2017

Chad Hoover, the founder of KayakBassFishing.com and Hook1So what is the deal with kayak tournaments? I’ve been fishing them for the last seven years or so but I also understand that to the general public they remain fairly unknown. Other anglers always seemed shocked on the water when I mention that I am fishing a tournament. People I work with always have questions about how my tournaments work, where do you keep the fish, and how do you keep people from cheating? This article will h
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Kingfishing With Field Staffer Matthew Bradshaw

Posted by Field Staffer Matthew Bradshaw on Sep 11th 2017

Kingfishing With Field Staffer Matthew Bradshaw
If you are looking for screaming drags, excitement and sometimes a heartbreak, then you must take the time to jump on a tournament kingfishing boat. Over the last several years, the sport of kingfishing has grown tremendously from North Carolina all the way around to Louisiana. Currently we fish the Southern Kingfish Association Tournament Trail (SKA), which is considered the world’s largest saltwater trail. 99% of all the competitors in the SKA have regular 8-5 jobs, but come together on the we
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