Merriam’s

Robbie KrögerHunting

It’s Merriam’s. Not Merriam. I’m amazed how many get it wrong. It’s named after a Clinton Hart Merriam, first chief of the US Biological Survey and a master zoologist. He was a naturalist, an afflicted soul, a turkey hunter, and now he’s immortalized forever. The Merriam’s a cousin to the Gould’s. One’s American; one’s Mexican, trying to make a comeback … Read More

Beetle Boy’s Bull

Nash ClarkHunting

April 1st is the day most commonly known as April Fool’s Day. I was at Roosevelt Lake, unloading my boat to do some pre-shooting for a bowfishing tournament, when my phone alerted me of a withdrawal on my credit card. I checked it, thinking it was for a bill, but to my amazement, it was a charge from Arizona Game … Read More

September 9th

Austin MagdalenoHunting

Well the day had finally come that had been on my mind for a couple of months now and day by day I did everything in my power to make sure I was ready, but it was as if I didn’t have enough time between wanting to get up there to scout, supplies, time off of work, and last minute … Read More

We (except for Chase) love Sierra Nevada’s APA

Jon WhiteBeverages

THE STORY Talk to any fan of craft beer across the country and chances are they’ve heard of this beer. The iconic short stubby brown bottle with the green label can be spotted across a football field by its legion of hop crazy fans. Released in 1980 this is the beer that brought hops to the American beer palate. Started … Read More