South Connellsville Rod & Gun Club Blog

Out of the Ruins: Photos of Mexico’s Best Flats Fishing

Fishing A pilgrimage to the ancient fishing grounds of Punta Pajaros, home to some of the best flats action in the world Millennia before some bloke cast the first fly in Great Britain, Mayans had built a massive empire across Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Their labors gave rise to a… Powered by WPeMatico

Changes to Pittman-Robertson Funds Are Designed to Save the Next Endangered Species: Hunters

Hunting The nearly 80-year-old tax has been our most successful tool for conserving habitat and restoring species, but a long decline in hunter numbers could threaten its future success The nearly 80-year-old tax has been our most successful tool for conserving habitat and restoring species, but a long decline in hunter numbers could threaten its future… Powered by WPeMatico

Jack O’Connor’s Perfect Model 70

Guns How one man’s insight helped shape the concept of the American classic rifle How Jack O’Connor’s insight on the Winchester Model 70 helped shape the concept of the American classic rifle and continues to influence generations of big-game… Powered by WPeMatico

Shotgun Review: Fox A Grade

Guns A Classic American side-by-side shotgun reborn Savage Arms, which has owned rights to the Fox trademark since 1929, has introduced a side-by-side shotgun under the legendary name. Powered by WPeMatico

10 Myths About Whitetail Deer Movement

Hunting Here’s what the data say about weather, hunting pressure, the rut, and deer movement Here’s what the data say about weather, hunting pressure, the rut, and deer movement. Powered by WPeMatico

How to Fish Like a Local for 6 Species

Fishing The best tips and tactics for catching crappies, bluegills, bass, trout, walleye, and catfish No one knows how to fish a lake better than the sharpies who fish it the most. Here’s how they dial it in, and how to use their tactics on your home waters. Powered by WPeMatico

The Best Ways to Cook Every Cut of Venison

The Cast-Iron Chef Recipes and cooking methods for every bit of meat from a deer’s nose to toes This is by no means the only way to butcher and cook your cuts, but this is how I get the best results when using the whole deer. There are also some useful guidelines… Powered by WPeMatico

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