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About Ryan Rawls

Growing up in the southern outdoors as a kid, Ryan took fishing trips on a regular basis. He fished just about anywhere he could wet a line. Be it fishing mudcats on the Savannah River or brown trout in the Appalachian mountains, he was always planning his next fishing trip.

Top Salmon Fishing Trips in Washington

Washington is home to a number of the most formidable sportfish in the United States with salmon being at the top of the list for many anglers. The King Salmon, also known as the Chinook, is the ultimate sportfish for the Northwest region. They typically weigh 30 pounds, and can grow to nearly 60 inches [...]

By | March 9th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Top 5 Night Time Hog Hunts in Texas

Hog hunting is quickly becoming one of the most popular outdoor activities in Texas and there’s no time like night time for these game animals. Hogs are quite unlike any other wild game animal in North America and there are specific advantages to night hunts as opposed to the usual daytime route. Some hog hunting [...]

By | February 11th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

Top 5 Merriam Turkey Hunting Guides

After the Osceola Turkey, the Merriam Turkey is the least numerous turkey species in the country. The National Wild Turkey Federation estimates their numbers at around 300,000 with the majority of the population residing in the Rocky Mountains. And these birds don’t hangout in convenient places. They live in the canyons in mountains of the [...]

By | January 29th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments

5 Things to Know About Helicopter Hog Hunting

Helicopter hog hunting is quickly becoming a major attraction in Texas with other states eyeing its approval in an effort to control the bustling wild hog population. Wildlife experts estimate that there are upwards of 2 million hogs in Texas alone. According to recent scientific studies, at least 70-80 percent of the hog population must [...]

By | January 29th, 2019|Blog, The Shooting House|0 Comments

Top Helicopter Hog Hunting Videos

Feral hogs in the United States are wreaking havoc on the native landscape and animal species. As their numbers grow to epidemic proportions in many parts of the southeast and Texas, they leave a swath of damage in their wake that is unlike any other left by an invasive species. Traditional hunting has done little [...]

By | January 28th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments
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