Bear Archery

18 Jul 19
I'm a Writer, Yes, I Am!

Today we went up to Dick Boyce Cross Country Ski Area which is pretty close to my house — maybe 15 miles on paved and good gravel roads. I learned how to get there when, as I tell Bear, the good times return. The trail is totally within my range of abilities and is two […]

18 Jul 19
compound bow 2019

Compound bows can be tricky—some are very specific while others adjust on a wide scale to be used by a lot of different types of people for a lot of different purposes. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, or a long-time archery enthusiast looking for a new model to replace that old and beat-up compound bow, […]

17 Jul 19
Paul Clews

Last year, the Bear Grylls Adventure opened at the NEC. It offers a range of activities such as iFly, diving, high ropes, maze and assault course. Its open to everyone but obviously aimed largely at youngsters. Inside the attraction is a large aquarium tank with sharks, rays and a number of tropical fish. They offer […]

17 Jul 19
IWinClub Trusted Company Singapore

918KISS SINGAPORE 1/2 based totally on history and 1/2 primarily based on legend, the adventures of Robin Hood have entertained generations. The underprivileged taking over the established order is a subject matter that cannot fail. It changed into inevitable that Robin Hood finds his manner to the slots machines. Every leading software program provider has a […]

16 Jul 19
Paperback Jake

Hello Everyone! So this initially started as a single post, but I found so many hobbies that can translate to fantasy fandom that I’m going to make this a recurring post. This will be the first of many hobby posts because, as much as we all love reading, doing something new and interesting can be […]

15 Jul 19
Chrisowilson.com

Lord Gendry Baratheon is a skilled blacksmith, a legitimised bastard son of King Robert Baratheon, and the Lord of Storm’s End. After escaping the massacre of Robert’s other bastards in King’s Landing, Gendry is slated to join the Night’s Watch before being captured and traded multiple times – first to Tywin Lannister at Harrenhal, then to the Brotherhood Without Banners, and finally to Stannis Baratheon on Dragon stone. After escaping from Dragon stone with the help […]

15 Jul 19
Ron's Archery

My name is Ron Cearley. I am seventy-two years old and new to archery. My page will be about my journey into archery and will include one of my daughters who also has an interest in flinging arrows, especially at “Un-Dead Fred.   I have a complete tear in my left rotator cuff and took […]

14 Jul 19
Loving, Travelling and Living

Mt. Abu, The Aravalli Queen Mt. Abu, The Aravalli queen is the highest place and the only hill station of the desert land – Rajasthan. Surrounded by the Aravalli ranges which is a protected habitat for bears, leopards, birds etc. in all four directions, It is a bowl full of adventure, nature, lake, peace and […]

14 Jul 19
Bookish & Writerly

Once upon a time…it was time for another book review! My favorite middle-school marching band (I played the flute!!) memory of all time is when we played the Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves theme song in a parade. Since then, the tale of Robin Hood has had a special place in my heart. But which […]

13 Jul 19
The Western Huntsman

I am going to do my best to behave myself with this article. This is an emotionally charged topic for both hunters, and anti-hunters. It is, however, addressed to the anti-hunters out there. Before we get to the meat of this topic, I want to express two important factors that I know with absolute certainty. […]

12 Jul 19
Games I'm playing now

It is amazing that you can have a medieval RPG game and not have monsters, dragons, sorcerers and flying beasts and tons of magic, but that’s what this game is like and I love it.  It is a real dark ages story of people, knights, bandits and nobles and peasants.  It is amazing how everyday […]

12 Jul 19
The Ukiah Daily Journal
The weather is perfect and the bass are biting at Clear Lake. The only problem is a lack of fishermen. A good example was Wednesday morning when I counted only three boat trailers at Library Park in Lakeport, three trailers at Lakeside County Park, and one trailer at the State Park. There were also very few bank fishermen at the same three locations. This is in contrast to past years when the parking lots at the ramps would be jammed with trailers. The local tackle shops also report few fishermen. I hear the same thing is going on at other lakes in Northern California. One reason could be the high price of gasoline not to mention high rent prices in the area. People just can’t afford to take a vacation. There is no question Clear Lake is wall to wall with bass. Just about every fisherman reports having little trouble catching 15-40 bass per day and just about every location is holding fish. Some of the best action is along the tule shorelines where the successful fishermen are flipping jigs or casting plastic worms back into the tules. Senkos rigged wacky style are also taking a lot of fish. There are no major bass tournaments scheduled this weekend but there are a number of club tournaments. There is also a fundraiser tournament coming up, the Save JT Fundraiser Team Tournament, and it’s scheduled for July 21 out of Lakeside County Park. The tournament is hosted by the Lake County High School Fishing Club and the Yuba Sutter Fishing Club. The entry fee is $25 per angler. Call Deanna Goff at 245-4833 for more information. Crappie/bluegill/catfish Crappie action has slowed as the fish are moving into the deeper water. Most of the action has been for boaters working depths of 10-15 feet. Bluegill action is still going strong around most of the docks, with most of the fish being caught on nightcrawlers. Catfish action has been very good for the few fishermen after them. The Clearlake Oaks area is kicking out some huge catfish. Trout fishing Trout fishermen are finding good action at Upper Blue Lake. The docks at the Narrows Resort are giving up some nice trout. Boaters have been scoring by trolling a variety of lures at depths of 10-25 feet. The bass action has been good. The East Branch of the Russian River is rated as good for anglers working the deeper holes with Power Bait and salmon eggs. While the fishing pressure has been light, fishermen still have to contend with swimmers. Deer season The Zone A deer archery season opens Saturday in Lake County. The number of bow hunters has shrunk considerably during the past 10 years and the county’s deer population has been on the steady decline during that stretch. There are a number of factors for the deer decline, including loss of habitat and an increase in the predator population. Coyotes, which hunt the deer, are everywhere as are mountain lions and bears. Buying a license The Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) is warning hunters and fishermen to be careful when buying a license. According to the DFW, there are many unofficial websites attempting to represent the DFW and gain personal information. Be cautious when providing personal information to any website. While authorized purchases made through independent license sales agents are subject to an additional 5-percent handling fee, the fraudulent sales websites offer products for sale with shipping and handling fees that are much higher than 5 percent of the base purchase price. In other words, don’t be giving out your personal information.
12 Jul 19
alaskafaithola

Some years ago my friend Kitty invited me to join her at a local Mountain Man Rendezvous, where she is known as “Miss Kitty”.  I have always been enthralled with what i call “The Olden Days” — when pioneers were discovering the American West and adventure was the norm. I wish i had lived then, […]

11 Jul 19
Lake County Record-Bee
The weather is perfect and the bass are biting at Clear Lake. The only problem is a lack of fishermen. A good example was Wednesday morning when I counted only three boat trailers at Library Park in Lakeport, three trailers at Lakeside County Park, and one trailer at the State Park. There were also very few bank fishermen at the same three locations. This is in contrast to past years when the parking lots at the ramps would be jammed with trailers. The local tackle shops also report few fishermen. I hear the same thing is going on at other lakes in Northern California. One reason could be the high price of gasoline not to mention high rent prices in the area. People just can’t afford to take a vacation. There is no question Clear Lake is wall to wall with bass. Just about every fisherman reports having little trouble catching 15-40 bass per day and just about every location is holding fish. Some of the best action is along the tule shorelines where the successful fishermen are flipping jigs or casting plastic worms back into the tules. Senkos rigged wacky style are also taking a lot of fish. There are no major bass tournaments scheduled this weekend but there are a number of club tournaments. There is also a fundraiser tournament coming up, the Save JT Fundraiser Team Tournament, and it’s scheduled for July 21 out of Lakeside County Park. The tournament is hosted by the Lake County High School Fishing Club and the Yuba Sutter Fishing Club. The entry fee is $25 per angler. Call Deanna Goff at 245-4833 for more information. Crappie/bluegill/catfish Crappie action has slowed as the fish are moving into the deeper water. Most of the action has been for boaters working depths of 10-15 feet. Bluegill action is still going strong around most of the docks, with most of the fish being caught on nightcrawlers. Catfish action has been very good for the few fishermen after them. The Clearlake Oaks area is kicking out some huge catfish. Trout fishing Trout fishermen are finding good action at Upper Blue Lake. The docks at the Narrows Resort are giving up some nice trout. Boaters have been scoring by trolling a variety of lures at depths of 10-25 feet. The bass action has been good. The East Branch of the Russian River is rated as good for anglers working the deeper holes with Power Bait and salmon eggs. While the fishing pressure has been light, fishermen still have to contend with swimmers. Deer season The Zone A deer archery season opens Saturday in Lake County. The number of bow hunters has shrunk considerably during the past 10 years and the county’s deer population has been on the steady decline during that stretch. There are a number of factors for the deer decline, including loss of habitat and an increase in the predator population. Coyotes, which hunt the deer, are everywhere as are mountain lions and bears. Buying a license The Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) is warning hunters and fishermen to be careful when buying a license. According to the DFW, there are many unofficial websites attempting to represent the DFW and gain personal information. Be cautious when providing personal information to any website. While authorized purchases made through independent license sales agents are subject to an additional 5-percent handling fee, the fraudulent sales websites offer products for sale with shipping and handling fees that are much higher than 5 percent of the base purchase price. In other words, don’t be giving out your personal information. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]