Monthly Archives: April 2013

River’s End Fire Dept. Fundraiser

River’s End Volunteer Fire Department Cooks The tenth annual River’s End Volunteer Fire Department BBQ Cook-off fund raiser will be held May 3 – 4, 2013 at 12070 F.M. 2918. R.E.V.F.D. invites the public to come down for the food … Continue reading

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1942 Tanker Shoulder Holster

I really prefer to carry a hunting handgun, or one for “knock-around” use in the woods, in a shoulder holster. Gets the gun off my belt, holds it where I want it to be, and keeps it secure. My latest … Continue reading

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EARLY LEARNERS

The hogs are becoming increasingly more active in daylight, as these pigs showing their progress in training to roll the “pig barrel” to get corn demonstrate.

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RED SNAPPER NEWS GETS INTERESTING – AND CONFUSING

A local charter captain who is still struggling to stay in business told me last week he had heard that the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council at their last meeting voted to RECOMMEND that NMFS rescind the regulations requiring … Continue reading

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GOOD, ECONOMICAL HOLSTER

I went online last week to investigate further an ad about magnetic sights for semi-auto pistols. From the ad, it appeared as though the “sight” would simply sit on top of the factory iron sights, – or perhaps the original … Continue reading

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GOOD NEWS, BAD (?) NEWS

The BAD news? Pigs are running everywhere! And there are several sows frequenting my feeders that have yet to drop their pigs. The GOOD news, there are pigs everywhere – tender, delicious, grilling whole-sized pigs – and they are coming … Continue reading

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RED SNAPPER FACE-OFF HEADING FOR SOME SORT OF SHOW-DOWN

This is a commentary from Bob Zales, long-time charter fisherman out of Panama City, Florida, owner of several charter boats, member of more than one Advisory Panel to the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Management Council, and President of the National … Continue reading

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