Author: LisaDeming

Benelli Super Black Eagle 3 The Newest Eagle has Landed

For 2019, Benelli released their newest improvements on their already popular Super Black Eagle line of waterfowl semi-automatic shotguns. The SBE3 offers a series of ergonomic and operational improvements that were tackled after identifying areas of improvement from years of use in the field by shooters of their previous SBE2 line. While many gun companies take on upgrades to their products based on design for the sake of design, Benelli took a different approach in their upgrade program. This approach saw changes made based on feedback and eschewed changes for the sake of change. This approach kept every feature...

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Writer’s Contest: Two Beards for Mom

By Benjamin Mahoney Since I was a young boy, I have been in love with turkey hunting. I was born on April 30th, which coincidentally, is the day before opening day of turkey season in my home state of New York. Every year for my birthday, I would ask for new turkey hunting gear and then I would stay up late getting everything laid out and ready for the following morning. My mother, who had the task of raising 4 children on her own would always be supportive of my addiction and on many occasions, she would proclaim that...

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Adventure On A Budget: Sunshine State Ducks

St. Johns River creates abundant waterfowl habitat Story and photos by John N. Felsher Many people call central Florida “America’s Playground” for good reason, particularly as an escape from brutal northern winters. Besides the beaches, Disney World and a host of other theme parks, sportsmen can find a different kind of winter recreation within a reasonable drive from Orlando. “I’ve hunted ducks in eastern Florida for more than three decades,” commented Dan Daniels, a dedicated waterfowler with United Waterfowlers-Florida (http://unitedwaterfowlersfl.org). “Eastern Florida has many public places where people can hunt. Sportsmen can pretty much hunt ducks wherever they like...

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North Haven Resort

When you have the opportunity to travel throughout North America to fishing destinations as much as I do, you come across all kinds of operations. From the top of the line to the bottom, I’ve just about seen it all. Most offer great fishing, but many lack in other areas. Some have great accommodations and food, while others just get by in these areas. Many have knowledgeable guides, but their boats and equipment could use an upgrade. The list goes on and on. But, every once in a while, you come across a place that truly has it all...

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PacWest Outdoors: Eastern Oregon – Steens Bighorn

Two months to sheep shape for a 13-year-old hunter By Gary Lewis Nah, can’t be.” Jason Kamperman took a screenshot. According to the ODFW app, Kamperman’s son Reed had drawn a sheep tag in the Steens. He shut his phone down, waited a minute and powered it up. He checked the app again. Same thing. Sheep tag for the boy. August. Jason’s mind raced. It’s hard for a fireman to take 11-days off in the middle of the summer. But not impossible. Thirteen-year-old Reed Kamperman was at a friend’s house, playing a video game when Jason walked into the...

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