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Kodiac Island w/ Gerry Rightmyer
07 May 18

Kodiac Island w/ Gerry Rightmyer

Alaska… “The Last Frontier”, “The Great Land”, or “The Land of the Midnight Sun”… take your pick… I just pushed the “book your flight” button on my computer for a trip to Kodiak Island in mid-November. Within a matter of months, I would be stepping foot onto Kodiak Island for the trip of a lifetime! Months...

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Key Components To Being A Well-Rounded Archer
28 Mar 18

Key Components To Being A Well-Rounded Archer

By Jessica Taylor Byers Whether you're new to archery or you've been shooting for over 20 years, there's always room for improvement. I feel that most mistakes stem from accumulating bad habits over time, and I speak from experience when I make that statement! I truly believe that going back to the basics of archery can...

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6 Things To Keep In Mind While Shopping For Your First Bow
14 Feb 18

6 Things To Keep In Mind While Shopping For Your First Bow

By Jessica Taylor Byers If you've hunted for long, you've likely had someone ask you what they should invest in as a beginner archer. This is always an exciting question for me because that means one more person is putting a bow in their hands. They may not ever hunt, but they will soon understand...

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ANTICOSTI ISLAND ADVENTURE
09 Jan 18

ANTICOSTI ISLAND ADVENTURE

ANTICOSTI ISLAND ADVENTURE by Gerry Rightmyer (Forever Wild Outdoors) It’s been a little more than two weeks since returning home from Anticosti Island, Quebec. I’ve returned to work, busy as usual, trying to take care of family duties, work obligations, and the myriad of items required to keep a television show on track and ready...

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Confessions of a non-hunter
03 Oct 17

Confessions of a non-hunter

Some truth first... I am not a hunter. I've never been against hunting, per sé;  just never given it much thought, really. I've always been pretty sympathetic to animals, I will admit that it's always seemed a tad hypocritical to eat meat (I've been known to indulge in a meatlovers pizza or two in my...

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Stewardship in the Outdoors Community
27 Mar 17

Stewardship in the Outdoors Community

For many years, the members of Forever Wild Outdoors have led the campaign of introducing and reacquainting young people, women, and veterans to the time-honored tradition of hunting. Each Spring we host between two and four youth hunters annually during our New York State Youth Turkey Hunt. We have been conducting this hunt for many...

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Benelli the Amazing Pheasant Hunting Vizsla!
31 Jan 17

Benelli the Amazing Pheasant Hunting Vizsla!

Hunting Pheasants With A Vizsla What started off as being another typical Friday quickly changed, as the team decided to do something different this past weekend. Once everyone was out of work Friday we had a group call and decided that Saturday we were going to go pheasant hunting. Saturday morning 0630 the alarm goes off....

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Artful Hunting: A Photographic Journey with Craig Watson
04 Jan 17

Artful Hunting: A Photographic Journey with Craig Watson

Chapter 1: Winter Steelhead Fishing on the Muskegon (Michigan) Michigan Resident, Scott Wellard, battles a fresh snowfall while using a technique called "swinging flies" for Steelhead on the Muskegon River in Michigan. Swinging flies for Steelhead can be a very rewarding technique, but difficult to master. Fishing Guide, Brandyn Thorsen, uses the Pioneer 400RT series...

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Purchasing Sports Optics
14 Dec 16

Purchasing Sports Optics

Buying the Right Sport Optics  If you are in the market to lay down some cash for new optics to be used afield, there often are many pieces of information to consider, establish the value and make what you believe to be an informed decision.  In a world of catchy marketing terms and gadgetry, what...

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Spending Money On Hunting Optics
28 Nov 16

Spending Money On Hunting Optics

How Much Should You Spend on Hunting Optics? By Robert J. Kaleta  One of my greatest challenges is to answer the question; “Why would I spend as much or more on my riflescope than as on my rifle?”  This mindset becomes a matter of shooter education and unfortunately, lessons often learned the hard way by...

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How To Raise Kids Who Love The Outdoors
14 Nov 16

How To Raise Kids Who Love The Outdoors

It’s one of the most talked about subjects among outdoors sportsmen and women: how to raise kids who love the outdoors. Over the last few decades, technological advances have dramatically changed the world and how young people spend their time. As a result, some families with generations of avid outdoorsmen and women are finding that...

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“BEARing Down” in North Central Ontario
17 Oct 16

“BEARing Down” in North Central Ontario

Objective: Film an episode of “Forever Wild Outdoors Adrenaline Adventures” on the Pursuit Channel Date: September 17-23, 2016 Species to be hunted: Bear and Wolf Place: Watson’s Kaby Lodge, North-Central Ontario, Canada Participants: Steve Schicker, Gerry Rightmyer, Ben Lowe, Bryan Carr Since early 2016, the plan was set. We received an invitation to film a...

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