Proof: Skanee, Michigan

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has confirmed another cougar. This one photographed in Baraga County in the Upper Peninsula. Fred Nault took the photo near Skanee on Saturday, May 5, 2012! Interestingly this Michigan confirmation in 2012, and the first verified photo of a cougar taken in person and not by a remote camera … Read more

Boone and Crockett Alabama Buck Picture

I was contacted by Sonja Davis and John Holderfield about a monster buck taken by their father. They were proud of their father and wanted me to show it off. Their father, Thomas Holderfield took this deer on Dec. 22 2001. It was shot on private land in Cullman County Alabama. Who says the south … Read more

Myrle Grove Bank Fishing

Myrtle Grove, Louisiana: drive-to winter fishing in the Mississippi Delta. Picture in your mind a roadside waterway, lined with canebrakes and marsh grass, where you can catch the two most sought after saltwater fish species without right from shore. Just drive up to it and literally cast from the back of your vehicle. “No such … Read more

18 Foot Long Alligator

Truly amazing. You will find yourself just staring at this reallife monster. Compare the gators back foot to the mans chest. Correction: The man in the picture, Toni Hays contacted me and gave me this information. The alligator in the picture is not 18 feet long. It is about 14 feet long and was caught … Read more

The Great Moon Phase Debate

The moon phase debate among fisherman is likely to be the least agreed upon affect on freshwater game fish out there. Some fishermen swear by it. Other fishermen will say the moon phase has some kind effect on freshwater fish but probably not much. Very few fishermen will ever be able to give concrete evidence … Read more

The Cajun Bahamas

Grand Isle, Louisiana, is the Cajun Bahamas Just two hours southwest of New Orleans at the southern most point of La. State Highway 1, lies a whole other world that lives up to its name, GRAND Isle. Grand Isle, from earliest days of exploration along Louisiana’s coast, has indeed figured strikingly with regard to state … Read more