Author: Ryan Wilby

Maine Vegetarian Drowns Rabid Racoon with her Bare Hands

Confronted on a trail she traverses often near her home in Hope, Maine, Rachel Borch was faced with an evil not many have had to endure.  Appreciating the scenery that is the New England countryside, Borch was stopped dead in her tracks by a would-be attacker. Rumored to have weighed in at between 15 and 20 pounds, her attacker wore a mask and brandished a mouth full of weapons. Standing in the middle of a narrow foot path was her attacker; a disgruntled raccoon, baring its teeth at the surprised but seemingly battle-ready victim.  Removing her earphones and dropping...

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Venison Meatball Skewers Recipe

When it comes to cooking almost anything, simplicity is always nice.  While we all certainly appreciate the opportunity to try new and challenging recipes, when it comes to deciding on what’s to eat in a pinch, readily available ingredients and a simple process makes cooking up dinner or a snack a cinch. This week’s recipe is all those things and can be prepared in as little as 15 minutes, but who’s counting.  Introducing easy, effective and utterly edible Venison Meatball Skewers.   What You'll Need Ground Venison Red or Green Onion Salt & Pepper to Taste 1 Egg 3...

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Florida Hunting and Fishing License Growth Projected to Dwindle

Depending on who you talk to, Florida is a haven of sorts.  The miles upon miles of palm-laden shorelines, tropical climate and endless tourist attractions are certainly what attract the bulk of the state’s tourists and newly-minted residents. When it comes to outdoor recreation, the Sunshine State is also known for its unique wildlife, refuges, lakes, rivers and public lands.  For hunters and anglers, it’s somewhat of a paradise. As the self-proclaimed “fishing capital of the world,” you wouldn’t know it according to data indicating that the sale of hunting and fishing licenses is nowhere near keeping pace with...

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Virginia Man Who Poached Eight Animals Slapped with Jail Time, Fines

Without a license, without any attempt to preserve the meat and without any dignity at all, a Virginia man who poached over half a dozen animals has finally had his day in court. Toward the end of last month, the accused, Nelson Drummond, sat in front of the Honorable Judge Henry Barringer of the Buchanan General District Court, who was set to rule on an egregious poaching case that had been under investigation for over a year. Kicked off on April 3, 2016, officials with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries investigated reports of a headless bull...

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The 11-Year-Old Who Saved His Family from An Attacking Grizzly Bear

Looking forward to a day full of fishing and fun with family members, 11-year-old Elliot Clark is being heralded as a fast-acting hero after he and his family were faced by a charging brown bear. Heading to a nearby fishing hole with his uncle, Craig Stoltzfus, Stoltzfus’ father, a cousin and three dogs, the party was suddenly faced by a large bear charging down the trail at them.  Walking in single file, the bear quickly moved through the party and left Elliot as the last man standing. Luckily for the others in the party, the young man was armed...

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