HEVI-Metal Rebates are Back!

Environ-Metal Inc., HEVI-Metal Rebate The economy is still lackluster. No news flash there. Doing something about it and putting greenbacks back into the hands of waterfowlers is Environ-Metal, Inc., makers of the HEVI-Shot high performance shot shell. With waterfowl seasons looming on the horizon and waterfowl hunters’ stock piling ammunition, Environ-Metal, Inc., has made the […]

Anschütz MSR RX22 Tactical Trainer and Small-Game Hunter

What happens when a trio of innovated German companies put their heads together? Well, in this case, a precision .22-caliber training and small-game hunting rifle that puts an exclamation point behind the word accuracy. That’s right, Anschütz, German Sport Guns and ESC Ulm joined forces to give sportsmen and women the MSR RX22 small-bore tactical […]

Bolstering Your Fawn Crop

Plants Aren’t the Only thing Grown on Your Property By Bob Humphrey The role of hunters is changing. The advancement of programs like Quality Deer Management has prompted an evolution from a mere “consumer” to now a “producer-consumer,” and a “hunter conservationist.” Sportsmen are no longer concerned with just harvesting deer. They realize that deer are a “crop” and by employing […]

Wedding Inspiration on Pinterest

If you are getting married anytime soon, chances are you have been looking for inspiration on Pinterest. Actually, even if you aren’t even engaged yet, you still may be pinning ideas! Our wedding staff here at The King and Prince Resort is equally hooked on Pinterest, so be sure to check out our wedding board! […]

Soft Hackle Ant, the Fall Back Fly

          Soft Hackle Ant in a size 14 – 18 tied on a dry fly hook, is one of my favorites.  It is tied several different ways.  I like a red butt and sometime a red center or both.  It is also tied with either chartreuse  dyed partridge or natural.   The […]

Who is Winning this War of Attrition?

Hog Wild— More Lessons Learned! By Ron Jolly In the summer 2012 issue of Gamekeepers I wrote a story entitled “HogWild.” In it I shared what my wife Tes and I have learned since feral hogs first began invading our east-central Alabama farm. From the first encounter with feral hogs in 2004 we have been under siege by these invasive creatures. […]

Redear- The Other Bream

By Barry W. Smith The scientific name for this species of sunfish is Lepomis microlophus. However, it has many common names, depending on which region of the country you are in. It is known as shellcracker in most of the southeast. In Louisiana it is referred to as chinkapin. The accepted common name by the American Fisheries Society is redear. Whatever […]

Feminism- same old fight?

  by Carolyn Walker Feminism- same old fight? Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg relabels the concept as Lean In. She says women should go for that top position and don’t hold back. It is true that few women climb all the way the top of the corporate structure; however the finger pointing goes in every direction; from […]

“No Weed, Just Weeds” City of Arlington SWAT Raid on Peaceful Organic Farmers

City of Arlington SWAT Raid on Peaceful Organic Farmers is a Big Budget Bust “No Weed, Just Weeds” The Garden of Eden is a conscious community located on a 3.5 acre space in Kennedale, Texas (DFW metroplex). They are dedicated to living sustainably by raising fresh food, utilizing earthen materials for building projects, and facilitating […]

Woodland Makeovers

Big Enhancements – Minimal Destruction By Brenda Valentine Begging Mr. Longfellow’s pardon, but we are borrowing half of a line from one of his famous poems, “I think that I shall never see a thing more lovely than a forest of trees.” Nor do I believe I shall ever see a thing less lovely than a forest of trees following […]