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  FALL 2014  

How quickly the summer seems to have passed us by. The endless march of time has led us to another fall, and another hunting season is upon us! We are looking forwards to good times in the field this year, with family and friends. Not only do we plan on patronizing our favorite hunting locations, but we also plan on doing some fishing! We recently finished the final installment for our Frugal Fishing series for the season, hauling out a bruiser of a blue catfish that nearly wore me out. We were fishing the Potomac river in an inexpensive rental from Fletcher's Boathouse.  We have posted that video, Frugal Fishing 4.6 on that page. We also just completed a big fishing adventure this October, joined by a friend from YouTube, and an expert fishing guide, we enjoyed non-stop fishing action on Lake Lanier, Georgia. You can find that video posted right now at the top of our Now Playing page. On that page you will also find several videos from our adventures through Alaska. Dana and I had a blast there, spending time teaching ourselves to fly fish for Arctic Grayling, and touring Denali National Park. We still have footage from this trip to edit, so don't be surprised if more videos from our Alaska trip surface down the road a bit. In addition to this, since many hunting seasons have opened already, you'll find we have our video, In Season Scouting for Whitetail Deer posted there as well. While scouting is best done pre-season, just because hunting seasons have opened does not mean it's too late to find a hot spot on you favorite public hunting area. In this video, we offer tips and tactics that might help you do just that, as well as some fantastic footage of several deer, including a great 8 point buck that I - almost - got a shot at. You will also find An Early Season Whitetail there as well. In this video we join Dana on a 2014 hunt as she takes down a doe with her crossbow, and also offers one of my favorite recipes for venison stew.

We will also be working on more videos for our Herping Maryland series.With our fall update, we are releasing our latest addition to this series, Herping Maryland 6. We made some great finds on Maryland's Appalachian Plateau region, including a neonate  timber rattlesnake you'll want to see.  Fall can be a great time to find unique reptiles and amphibians, so we'll try and spend some  time out there adding to this series too. 

But as the leaves change, and trees shed their fall glory, it's time to break out the bow and head to the woods to fill our freezer with tasty, non-polluting, self-renewing venison, as well as other game! I know I look forwards to bow season, and the whitetail rutting season, and bet you do too! I'll be picking up my personal quest for a  Public Land Pope and Young buck this fall, after taking a short break from it last season to hunt with family and friends. I sincerely hope this is the year I fulfill my goal. I plan on documenting my continuing pursuit to video, as in the past, packed with footage of my forays onto public hunting lands and the deer I pass on, offering tips and tactics along the way that might make your hunts more successful. With a bit of luck, perhaps this year I will be sharing with you a hunt on which my arrow finds it's mark on the deer I'm after. Time will tell.



A sucessful hunt ends with an excellent recipe. Click here and try this with one of your deer this fall!

This past spring, Matt and Siobhan were married! Matt asked her to marry him on a herping trip, and they spent part of their honeymoon herping as well. Click here and join them  on their first solo effort
Honeymoon Herping
We will also continue posting videos of Michael and Chris  as they work on their personal herping project for our site.

 This series explores herping in all the the different geographic regions of Maryland. Be sure to see all the espisodes in this series. We have recently decicated a page here at the site just for these videos. Click below for 

The Herping Maryland Series



2014 is the final year of the Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas project.

There is still time left!

You can get more info on helping with the final year of MARA by using these links.


We know you enjoy your time outdoors as much as we do. Get out there and have some fun this fall, you know we'll be doing the same. When you get a break in the action, be sure to check in and join us on some of our outdoor adventures! We'll be posting fresh content as often as our schedules allow! 

Use these quick links to access a few of our videos,or visit the "Now Playing" page for more outdoor action!

      Join us catching Spring Slabs!                          Herping in The Mountains!                               Fishing for HUGE Bluegills!


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