Column: Mine, all mine…but not really

When I was young in the outdoor freelance writing business I was all about providing content that would be shared. Valuable content that would appeal to readers in California (at the time). The more I wrote the more I wondered about the potential impact of my words on my own experiences. If I wrote about…

Episode 88 – Representing the cause

Enter arguments in good faith. Listen. Great points are often lost thanks to stupidity and anger. From the ethics of hunting contests to committing crimes in the name of human rights, there are always examples of extreme lengths to which some go when they believe they are wronged. The result, often times, is a loss…

Episode 80 – Noise, politics, happiness and manipulation

In the last two years I have paid much more attention to what it means to “love the outdoors” and the debates surrounding how that should best be done. In this episode I talk about social pressure for the government to regulate rather than preserve freedom,  the freedom to define happiness, and the freedom to…

Episode 73 – Who am I?

As an outdoorsman and dude in general, I have to care about what the right people think of me and how I represent my lifestyle. Over the last 2 years I have realized just how important it is to not be careless in how I spend my hours or how I represent my lifestyle. I…

Episode 36 – Protecting the lifestyle

Steve Shannon returned from the Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Rendezvous and we talk epic stories, protecting resources, access, and getting involved so decisions made which impact us, are done with us in mind.

Not sharing well continued…

By Jeff Lund | Capital City Weekly Along the same thread as last week… If I do get to fish the run I want without being squeezed out or pinching someone out of their spot, the goal then becomes catching fish. As much as I say, “It’s about the experience” the truth is that the experience…