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  1. One Arrow at a Time, by Candace Crick Extreme Huntress Nominee

    Iím Candace Crick, mother of 5 boys, married to my best friend, hunter, competitive archer, angler, as well as field producer & pro-staff for OkieWild TV. Archery hunting is my biggest endeavor. I have been known to fling arrows from roof tops & ladders, practicing the real elevation scenario presented from the old mighty tree stand. I am highly active in local & national archery competitions with my family. In 2012, my husband & I, were the 1st 4H certified archery instructors since ...
  2. Bear Tails & French Manicured Nails

    Bear Tails & French Manicured Nails
    By: Candace Crick

    I officially had one of those days, you know the one where you are cursing yourself sideways because of what you got yourself into. Bear hunting in Idaho did exactly that! It was June 2012 and we were off to Idaho by plane. We went as far up the mountain we could go by truck & switched to fourwheelers & Bombi, the snocktrack, for a 2 hour adventure to camp. It was at Weitas Creek Station where we would ...
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  3. Huntin trip with the Old Man.

    Father in laws...

    Lots of us have them and they come in many forms. Some are feared, some tolerated, some are simply a walking talking scowling reminder that you're not ever gonna be good enough for his little girl.

    Fred is none of these things. He's a man I love as though he was my own father. He doesn't have a mean bone in him, he always greets you with a huge smile and a 2 Ĺ fingered handshake, a result of an unrelated table saw accident. He is very happily married ...

    Updated 10-05-2013 at 09:17 PM by Sammo_3888

    General , Hunting
  4. Safety for everyone durthe hunting season

    A friendly reminder to all association members and guests that hunting season is here.
    While enjoying the outdoors there are some things to remember.
    While out for a walk on crown land ( wear bright clothing ) or boating near our marshes you may encounter hunters or people fishing. Please allow them space and keep in mind there are Obstruction/interference laws to protect them.

    There is a new predator in Ontario, the Cougar is making a comeback in some areas, Midland ...
    Hunting , Fishing
  5. The Joy of Scouting

    For many, the idea of scouting is a tedious task that is a necessity better endured by others. For me, its a joy. Its the prep for the hunt. As my hunting instructor once put it, "hunting is your learned skills vs an animals genetic and innate skills".
    I love to scout, but where does it begin.. and what do I look for?

    For this Blog, I am going to write about my DUCK method.

    1st: First, you have to know who your hunting for before you begin your ...

    Updated 08-20-2013 at 11:25 AM by Outdoorsman

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