You can still have a lot of success on your days of fishing out South Georgia inter-coastal waters if you know what you’re doing and where to look. Here are a few tips that can help you bring more fish home during these hot months inshore!
Ask any group of hunters or land managers their opinion on trapping and you're sure to get a mixed bag of responses... The idea of not trapping is so far removed from who we are. Trapping is what built America. What do we do when a non-native predator is introduced? How do we save the hunt?
Meet Mr. Charles Howard, long time bowhunter, faithful customer, and a great friend of Bowtreader. At 83 years old, he is still able to go hunting and care for the outdoors. Here's a little bit of his story.
Fire has been present on the Southern landscape long before European settlers inhabited the ground you and I call home today. This ecosystem was maintained and sustained with ‘fire on the landscape’ through both naturally occurring wildfires caused by seasonal lightning strikes, and by fires which resulted from human intervention.