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Duck hunting season is right around the corner and often involves boat safety combined with hunting safety. A large majority of duck hunting accidents occur while on a boat and are easily preventable. Read More→

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Getting off the ground can be dangerous, so always practice safety when using climbing treestands.  Treat them with respect and they will not only add a new dimension to your hunting but they will also give you a lifetime of hunting memories. Read More→

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Don’t go hunting alone.  We all think we are great hunters and that nothing is ever going to happen to us, but as I age and encounter more and more of life’s experiences, I have reached the conclusion that one should never “go hunting alone.”  The following are just a couple of the things that have happened to me while “hunting alone.” Read More→

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Whenever I finish hunting with my pump shotgun, I always pump it, point it to the ground and pull the trigger to hear the click, and then put it in the scabbard.  On one such dove hunt I was having trouble ejecting the third shell.  However, when I finished I went through the same exercise and put the gun back in the case.  A few days later I took the gun, and a reel that I was having trouble with, to a gun and reel shop for repair. Read More→

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Today’s Devotionals and Blogs

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Austin, Texas

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Bible Verse of the Day

He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also He has put eternity in their hearts, except that no one can find out the work that God does from beginning to end.


 September 2022