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Winter is fading to memory. I do enjoy the fall and winter. Hunting seasons are open, and the snow often adds a surreal appearance to the surroundings. But WOW, what a winter this past one was. Brutally cold, and it just seemed to drag on. That's the problem with winter. Once hunting seasons close, there's not much to do but toss yourself back into work. Unless, of course, your a deer hunter. Right after deer season closes, and before it greens up in the spring is the best time to scout for next season. Get some tips on doing that in our video Public Land Treestand Placement. This video gets started immediately post season, walking you through the process that I use to pick a productive spot on public land for when the season opens in the fall. I even managed to arrow a doe the very first time in stand on an area I had never hunted before! Off season scouting works! These tactics should work well on private land as well. Get started before the woods green up.
Back to spring! As spring emerges, we plan to be out chasing the wild turkeys, and getting in some time on the water. We will be hunting a little earlier in the spring than usual, because of circumstances beyond our control! You can scroll down for more information on these exciting new events. But don't wait for some turkey hunting and fishing action! Get warmed up for a great spring season with a great turkey hunt in Colorado that Dana bagged a double bearded boss gobbler on, or some hot and heavy fishing action. See Dana bag her bird in A Mile High Merriam, and check out the other videos in our "Now Playing" page here at the site! Be sure to check back often. We will be adding fishing, herping, and turkey hunting videos as the spring season progresses!
In other spring news, we are very happy to announce that we will soon be adding another crew member! Matt will be getting married to his long time gal, Siobhan, and they will be traveling to some really exotic locations. Matt asked her to marry him on a herping trip, so we hope they will have some great herping adventures on film to share with you upon their return. We will also be working on and posting videos of Michael and Chris working on their latest project Herping In Maryland. This series will explore herping in all the the different geographic regions of Maryland.
2014 is the final year of the Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas project.
You can get more info on helping with the final year of MARA by using these links.
This year, we will also be presenting another season of our Frugal Fishing series, filled with tips that can save you money, as well as help you catch more fish. If you enjoy your time on the water as much as we do, you'll want to follow the action as we explore various fresh and salt water venues this year, as well as see the past few seasons! Be sure to do that by visiting the Frugal Fishing Page while your here.
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