Crossbows Tie Generations Together


  Crossbows Tie Generations Together by Ted Lund   Bud Hager had been bowhunting for nearly 50 years that cold, November morning eight years ago when he drew back on his compound bow. “I hadn’t warmed up or stretched or anything,” says Hager. “And all of the sudden, I felt something go.” That something was […]

TRUGLO TFX : Unmatched Brightness and Durability


  TRUGLO TFX : Unmatched Brightness and Durability by Craig Lamb While fiber-optic sights for handguns are lifesavers in low-light shooting situations, they have advantages in bright light too by offering a sharp contrast between target and gun. Unfortunately, some manufacturers’ sights can become a liability shooting scenario, quickly transitioning from dark to light and […]

Tidewater New Build: 210 LXF


  Tidewater New Build: 210 LXF   by Ted Lund   Jamieson Temple couldn’t believe his wife wanted him to buy a new boat. “It was almost like she tricked me into it,” laughs Temple. “I couldn’t believe she wanted me to go to a boat show and look for one.” It was at that […]

Summertime fun on the range


  Summertime fun on the range by Craig Lamb Summer is a great season for introducing your family to the fun and sport of target shooting. Longer days make participating convenient for everyone, and many ranges offer night-time hours that add to the enjoyment of evening shooting. Whether it’s sporting clays or archery, shooting sports […]

TRUGLO Supports Collegiate Competitive Shooting


    TRUGLO   Supports Collegiate Competitive Shooting by Craig Lamb The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets Marksmanship Unit is hitting the collegiate shooting sports world center mass. Founded in 2012, CCMU is one of the fastest-growing collegiate sporting programs in the country. They compete throughout Texas and all over the United States in the Scholastic […]

Water Skiing Going to the Dogs


  Water Skiing Going to the Dogs by Ted Lund   Boating and water skiing have officially gone to the dogs, thanks to a Chicago-based pooch that has a love for both. Duma, the nine-year-old Jack Russell terrier, got her love of  boats and the water from her owner, Cliff Bode. Her obsession will be […]

Yamaha STAR Tournament Debuts in Florida


  Yamaha STAR Tournament Debuts in Florida by Ted Lund Florida anglers are finally going to get a taste of what has been a summertime staple for fishermen in Texas and Louisiana when the Coastal Conservation Association of Florida’s Statewide Tournament and Angler’s Rodeo (STAR) presented by Yamaha kicked off May 23. Anglers catching one […]

Maintenance Matters


  Maintenance Matters by Ted Lund Regular maintenance is critical for the continued proper operation of any engine — outboard, inboard, or otherwise. Add in the fact that an outboard operates under some of the harshest environmental conditions imaginable, and maintenance becomes even more critical. High load, high-RPM operation, extreme temperatures, high moisture, and periods […]