Hunting In The Great Outdoors
Hunting features and news in the latest edition of The Outpost Magazine
San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Hunter Strickland talks about dominating the mound in the woods in this issue of The Outpost Magazine. There are two things Hunter Strickland is equally passionate about. The obvious one is playing baseball, but the other is his infatuation with hunting. "One of my first hunting memories that I can remember was sitting in the deer stand with my dad just mesmerized," says the athlete. As he worked his way through junior high and high school Hunter continued to hit the woods every chance he could. Even when he was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in 2007, Hunter's passion for the great outdoors still was at the forefront of his mind. So much that after he was acquired by the Pittsburgh Pirates AA team in 2009, he knew there had to be some way to combine his love for both passions. Read the whole story in The Outpost Magazine.
There's an effort underway in the northeast to change laws to protect young bucks.
After reading the 50 Best Tailwaters to Fly Fish by Terry and Wendy Gunn, it's obvious that those who love to fly fish have a new road map for their angling.
From a low country boil to grilled king fish, broiled rainbow trout, or easy blackened walleye, we'll show you how to do it in this edition of Grill Your Kill.
After 20 years of being one-half of the country music duo Brooks & Dunn Kix Brooks decided that being a successful song-writer, performer and actor was not enough. Through it all, Kix Brooks continues to be an enthusiastic hunter, angler, and steward of the Great Outdoors.
A look into the mind of The Outpost Magazine Editor In Chief Art Young. This is some scary stuff folks!
It was during my 19th summer that I decided it might be worthwhile to take my younger brother, 11 years old at the time, and my girlfriend of recent vintage out for an evening of fishing. I was an experienced fisherman and not many guys were at that age. I felt I needed to impress her with my knowledge and aptitude.
Much has and will be written about safety in the outdoors. No one ever thinks it will happen to them. And then, it does. I am perplexed by the number of hunting related accidents and deaths that occur each year. A Google search for "hunting accidents" turned up some unwanted CASH. And it was not the green kind. CASH is an acronym for a group that stands for everything I don't: Committee to Abolish Sport Hunting.
Take a look at the latest gear for the Great Outdoors!