I’ve been deer hunting the past few weeks with my crossbow. We rotate our hunts between my two ladder-type tree-stands. This season I wanted to have another two-man tree-stand for my Grandpa and I to hunt from, so I did a hunt for the best one. After looking at a bunch of brands on-line, I picked the one called “Big Bubba”. Take a look at my video for more information and some neat features of my new stand. I hope it brings me good luck and a big Buck, too. Click on my video link below:
I’ve always wanted to sing the National Anthem at a football game, hockey game or other event, but never had the chance. However, when my Dad’s friend, Mike Kuharcik, asked me to sing at his Elk’s Club Flag Presentation and Classic Car Show, I had to say yes.
Click on the Photo Below for a slide show of all the cool cars there.
I’ve been shooting my Savage Lady Hunter for the past year and this spring I really started practicing at longer ranges. My Savage rifle fits me great and I’ve been able to shoot one inch groups at 200 yards.
Take a look at my video and watch me fire off a few rounds of 243.
I had a fantastic day fishing for Largemouth Bass with Captain Shane Procell in the Florida Everglades. The Captain put my picture on his Webpage and mentioned my Website, too. Great action all day long, caught too many to count!
See my video below for all the details, the Airplane, the Beach, the Birds, the Boat, the BASS… and all those Alligators.
Oakwood Outfitters, located in the Hocking Valley of Ohio, was the site of my first-ever Out-of-State Hunting Adventure. The Buck hunt was really special because it’s only for Young Hunters 17 years and younger. I was really excited about getting a Big Buck here!
We stayed at a beautiful log cabin at the top of a steep hill. It was 60 degrees and sunny when we arrived and I jumped into the nice hot tub that was out on the back deck. I watched the sunset from here.
The cabin also had a nice warm fireplace. That was a good thing because a winter storm brought high winds and snow flurries overnight and the temperatures dipped down to 28 degrees by morning. I didn’t get to use the hot tub again, too cold.
Youth hunters must hunt with an adult at all times, so my Grandpa was my Guide and as always my video/photo guy. But, I took some photos too, like our selfie team photo.
I was using my Savage 220 bolt action Slug Rifle. In Ohio center-fire rifles are not permitted for deer hunting. This rifled shotgun is a 20 gauge and can reach out to 125 yards or more. But, I was really hoping to see a buck much closer, like about 50 yards.
Please check out my Ohio Hunt video below. We will also tell you about our visit to Cabela’s store in West Virginia and a little history about the Hocking Valley area.
Hunting for Bucks with my Crossbow is my favorite hunt of all. The weather is great, not too cold, and the fall leaves are so pretty. We had some real excitement this year with Bucks. I’ll show you one encounter that I had with a nice 8 point. Then I’ll fill you in on how I got my Buck last year. Also, we’ll show some trail-cam pictures and some successful Crossbow Hunters. My friends love to hunt, too!
Check out my Video Link below! Thanks for watching!
Niagara Falls is an awesome sight. There’s a lot to see and do at this wonder of nature. The “Maid of the Mist” is a thrilling boat ride and you must experience the “Cave of the Winds”, too. Do both and you can say that (You) felt the power of the mighty Niagara River.
The fishing here is also fantastic. Many different species thrive in the waters above and below Niagara Falls. I fished with Guide Randy Lingenfelter, he calls it, “1st. Choice Fishing Charters”.
Click the link below to see my Video:
Ruby traveled to Allenport, PA to take her Pennsylvania Hunter Education Test. She was successful and tells you how she did it. Ruby also offers some advice to help you study and prepare for the class and announces a New Feature, “Ruby’s eCourse Video’s”.
Click Here to Go to Ruby’s Hunter Ed eCourse
My friend and classmate, Hunter Hartnett, really likes to go fishing with her Dad, Pat. On the First Day of Trout Season she was fishing by the Shaffer Bridge on Bens Creek. The Tribune Democrat Photographer took her picture as she was casting out her line. That photo was on the Front Page of the Sunday newspaper. I was really happy she got published and that she was wearing one of my ROR Camo Hats. It’s hard to see my logo cap on this picture.
A few weeks later Hunter went fishing with her Dad in the Stonycreek near Hollsopple. She caught a few really nice Trout. (See the Collage below) Hunter was wearing my ROR camo hat again and Pat took these nice photos of her. I think my ROR hat is bringing her good luck. It’s been a fun Fishing Season for my friends and I so far this year. In April, my cousin Danny caught about 30 Trout in Bens Creek on the Youth Day.
Danny was fishing with his Dad, Mike Fesko. Danny caught a lot of fish even though it was cold, snowing and very windy. On that same day I went to the Fly Tying event at Gander Mountain, where it was warm inside. But, I caught no fish! My sister, Vayda, went to Ferndale Sportsman’s Dam last week and caught a Brook Trout on a millworm. She also caught about a dozen Sunfish, so Vayda is a happy angler. We can’t wait till Bass Season starts. I’ll try the poppers I tied last winter. I have my Fly Rod ready to go!
I’ve been checking out all our Turkey hunting spots during the past few weeks to get ready for the special Youth Day for Spring Gobbler on Saturday April 23. We found a good spot near some grape vines where we could set up our decoys and also see a clear view all around us.
I really wanted to get a Gobbler with my new 20 Gauge Mossberg 505 Shotgun. I took my first practice shot with it last week and I’m pretty sure I can get a turkey if we call one in. We had a really exciting morning hunt because we heard about 5 different big birds that were gobbling over and over and saw two long beards and a couple of hens, too. Check out our video below!
My cousin, Jared Csordas, lives in Maryland and on April 26, 2016, he shot this nice Gobbler. He used a slate call and the Gobbler weighed 20 pounds and had a 9.5 inch beard.
Jared was really excited about his hunt and I will be too, when I get my gobbler. Jared used a 12 gauge Mossberg 535 to shoot the bird at about 30 yards. Good shooting Jared!