Moose preference points are in

As we move into June it’s that time of year where I again have submitted my annual moose hunting preference points in both New Hampshire and Maine.  The Eastern Moose that inhabits these states is one of four subspecies of moose than live in North America.  Moose represent the largest-bodied member of the deer family;Continue reading “Moose preference points are in”

Kittery Trading Post

I hit one of my favorite outdoor retail stores earlier this week – Kittery Trading Post in Kittery, ME.  This fine Southern Maine retailer has been serving the needs of New England’s outdoor sports enthusiasts for over 75 years and they’re still going strong today. Kittery Trading Post, otherwise known as KTP, has something forContinue reading “Kittery Trading Post”

International Bowhunter Education Program

Last Saturday I attended a full-day bowhunter education course that was administered by the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game.  Now I’ve had a bow in my hands for 27 of my 44 years on this earth; with that much experience what do I need with a bowhunter education course? The primary answer boils down toContinue reading “International Bowhunter Education Program”

Thoughts on hunting and fishing licenses

Today I got off my rear end and purchased my 2015 hunting and fishing licenses.  Typically I buy them in early January but I’ve been behind this year and just finally got to it.  I always enjoy buying my licenses; the primary reasons are as follows: The excitement and anticipation of the adventures that lieContinue reading “Thoughts on hunting and fishing licenses”