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Corvina
Catch of the Day
Corvina refers to a group of fish species found in various parts of the world, and the term is commonly used in Latin America, including Mexico, to describe several types of drum or croaker fish. Different species of corvina can be found in both saltwater and freshwater environments. Here are a few types of corvina found in Mexico: Gulf Corvina (Cy...
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NEBO Introduces the PINNACLE 1600 Power Station
Hunting and Hunting Gear Reviews
A reliable power source is crucial in a world increasingly filled with devices and tools that require charging or recharging. Nothing could be more critical than having power when and where needed, whether on a remote job site or while camping. The need to recharge products can be frequent and sometimes inconvenient. Whether using a power saw while
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RVs and National Parks
RV Industry News
2 minutes reading time (438 words) Recreational vehicles (RVs) and national parks often go hand in hand, providing a unique and adventurous way to explore the natural beauty and diverse landscapes of different regions. Here are some key points to consider when bringing an RV to national parks: Campground Facilities:Many national parks offer RV-frie
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Ocellated Turkey
Hunt of the Day
Ocellated Turkey (Meleagris ocellata): The ocellated turkey is a species of turkey native to the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico, Belize, and parts of Guatemala. Here are some key features of the ocellated turkey: Appearance:Unlike the North American wild turkey, the ocellated turkey has striking and iridescent feather patterns with distinctive eye-sha...
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Montana Majesty at Indian Springs Ranch Golf & RV Resort
RV Industry News
Camp under Montana’s big sky at Indian Springs Ranch Golf & RV Resort in Eureka. Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, the new resort puts campers in one of western Montana’s most scenic regions with state-of-the-art amenities and a slew of nearby recreation possibilities.  Just five miles south of the Canadian border, the resort is nestl
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Crazy??? A Gun that Shoots Arrows
Bowhunting.Net
Traditions Firearms sells the Crackshot XBR (Crossbow Rifle) that fires an arrow up to 385 feet per second with 94 ft-lbs of kinetic energy at 30 yards, making it very competitive with today’s modern crossbows.  The gun is a basic .22 caliber rifle with the barrel section specifically modified to launch 2216 Firebolt Arrows. How it Works An arrow w
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Quartzsite RV Show
RV Industry News
2 minutes reading time (376 words) Location: Quartzsite, Arizona, USA Duration: The Quartzsite RV Show typically takes place annually in January. Key Features: Massive RV Gathering:Quartzsite attracts a significant number of RVers, making it a hotspot for the RV community. Thousands of RVs converge on the area, creating a unique and vibrant atmosph
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Rock Bass
Catch of the Day
Rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) are freshwater fish that belong to the sunfish family. They are native to North America and are known for their distinctive appearance and willingness to bite, making them a popular target for anglers. Here are some key characteristics and information about rock bass: Physical Characteristics: Appearance: Rock bass...
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Grilled Sea Bass
Recipe of the Day
Grilled sea bass is a delicious and healthy option that allows the natural flavors of the fish to shine. Here's a simple and flavorful grilled sea bass recipe: Ingredients:4 sea bass fillets (about 6 ounces each)3 tablespoons olive oil2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice3 cloves garlic, minced1 teaspoon dried oregano1 teaspoon paprikaSalt and black pepp...
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Shore Bet for Big Whitetail Bucks
Bowhunting.Net
“Maryland’s Eastern Shore whitetail hunts are a bargain,” I said to my poker buddy as he complained about the high cost of Mid-Western deer hunts.  “Instead of $3,000 and up, a quality hunt with a good chance for a P&Y buck is half that price.”  I used to write for Mid-Atlantic Game and Fish Magazine, where my job was to write about the big deer ta
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Working from Your RV
RV Industry News
2 minutes reading time (469 words) Working from your RV can offer flexibility and the opportunity to combine work with travel. However, it comes with its own set of challenges. Here are some tips for working effectively from your RV: Internet Connectivity:Ensure a reliable internet connection. Invest in a quality mobile hotspot, satellite internet,
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How to Hunt Waterfowl
Hunt of the Day
Hunting waterfowl involves specific strategies, techniques, and equipment to be successful. Here's a general guide on how to hunt waterfowl: Research and Regulations:Familiarize yourself with local hunting regulations, seasons, bag limits, and any specific rules related to waterfowl hunting. Obtain the required permits and licenses.Scouting:Before ...
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Tim Well and an “Impossible” Desert Ram
Bowhunting.Net
“I got lucky, said Tim Wells, demonstrating that noting is out of reach.  “My first desert bighorn ram thousands of feet above the Sea of Cortez.  It’s been a test.  I was having a grueling week trying to close the distance on what seemed an impossibility.  Suddenly, things turned in my favor.  Beneath a baking son I glassed a mature ram on a dista
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How to Catch Bass
Catch of the Day
Catching bass involves a combination of knowledge about bass behavior, understanding their habitat, and employing effective fishing techniques. Here's a guide on how to catch bass: 1. Understand Bass Behavior:Seasonal Patterns: Bass exhibit different behaviors in different seasons. Learn how their behavior changes in spring, summer, fall, and winte...
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His Work Created Millions of Bowhunters
Deer and Deer Hunting
If you know anything about bowhunting history, you know names like Fred Bear, Howard Hill, and Doug Easton. And, if you know anything about the pastime’s rise in popularity, names like Chuck Adams, Byron Ferguson and, of course, Ted Nugent. There’s one name, however, that you might not recognize. Yet, without him, bowhunting might have […]
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