FOR THE GOOD OF ALL Our country is still battling COVID-19. States are doing their best to keep parks, fishing, hunting and other outdoor actitivies open to the public, HOWEVER it is YOU that must follow the guidelines set by nps.gov. These guidelines include; social distancing, the Leave No Trace principles, including pack-in and pack-out, to keep outdoor spaces safe and healthy. These guidelines are also good to practice even after the threat of COVID-19 is gone.
The Backcountry Press has one of the largest USA fishing tournament directories in the country. Whether an event is for freshwater, saltwater, open water or ice fishing, they are listed in our directory. The 2021 fishing venues are trickling in.
Whether an event is for freshwater, saltwater, open water or ice fishing, they are listed in our directory.
Early Ice Fishing Walleye Tactics That Will Put You on the Bite
Posted by TBC Press on: 12/30/20 It’s hard to believe in late December we are still talking early ice, but in the Midwest unseasonable warmer temperatures have kept water open. Northern Minnesota and North Dakota, however, are experiencing some excellent early ice walleye fishing and the remainder of the Midwest shouldn’t be too far behind, so get those batteries charged and hooks sharpened because ice fishing season is coming. Here are 10 tips that will help you land more walleyes as lakes begin to freeze...
Tips for Hunting the Rut in Alabama
Posted by TBC Press on: 12/30/20 While the white-tailed deer rut has come and gone in a few areas in Alabama, hunters in the majority of the state are dealing with the December doldrums, waiting for the breeding season to begin in earnest. Alabama native Chuck Sykes, Director of the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Division, said the whitetails in the bulk of the state adjust to the increased activity in the woods, and hunters are having to deal with a lull in deer movement. Hunters should soon start seeing evidence of early rutting behavior with...