Month: February 2005

Story, Rumor, or Fact?

For months, folks have complained that the PGC has been releasing coyotes in an effort to reduce the deer population. Some have even accused them of releasing mountain lions. There are stories about this all over the place. In December,

Posted in Hunting

Thin-Skinned Website

Well, not only do us hunters and fishers have to worry about offending some thin-skinned animal rights wacko, apparently, we even have some amongst our own who just can’t take any joking. To some, this will come as a total

Posted in General

Road Kill Gummi

Kraft has come out with a new gummi…and the animal rights activists are completely pissed. Imagine that…. Animal rights activists pissed off. Now that never happens. These new chewy candies come in assorted colors and are partly flattened, showing tire

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Hunting Traditions – Cut Tails

I know there are a ton of traditions out there. Please feel free to comment with a tradition that is special to your family. The one that comes to mind for me is the cutting of the shirt tails of

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BOOK REVIEW: How to Fool Fish With Feathers

If you are new to fly-fishing, you may want to pick up a copy of How to Fool Fish With Feathers: The Incompleat Guide to Fly-Fishing by Jon Margolis and Jeff MacNelly. It was published in 1992, so you won’t

Posted in Fishing

Nothing Like Bamboo

There is nothing like the feel of bamboo. A split cane rod, hand-crafted, personalized to the fisher is just about as good as it gets. I’m sure there are several folks who build these beautiful pieces of art. I only

Posted in Fishing

Site Hints

For those new to pahuntfishshoot.com, a couple of quick hints: 1. If you register, you can post comments without prior approval. 2. If you choose not to register, your comments will be reviewed by a moderator. 3. Any suggested articles,

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Scope Problem?

A reader, Dan, fully versed in scope issues, reports he once spoke to a Leupold tech and learned a fully two-thirds of the scopes returned to Leupold for “repair” aren’t broken. Leupold generally just gives the scope a good inspection,

Posted in Shooting

14th Annual Statewide Coyote Hunt

We missed it. The statewide three day coyote hunt is over. Well, it ends today. I mean to hunt this every year, and every year I forget about it. I don’t know how or why. A very good friend of

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New Rifle

OK. First of all, please know Sako does not give me any advertising dollars or sponsorships. Period. I write this out of a pure desire or want or interest. That said, have you seen the new Sako Quad? Watch this

Posted in Shooting