For anyone that follows this blog knows that the majority of the content comes is about happenings in West Virginia. I am very proud of being from West Virginia! I wouldn't have it any other way. Every June 20th West Virginian's celebrates, we celebrate the secession from the state of Virginia, during the height of the Civil War, which lead to the creation of the great state of West Virginia.
It's about that time of year again for West Virginia to have their 18th annual free fishing weekend. This weekend, June 9 & 10, is the state's annual free fishing weekend for everyone ( resident and non-resident). This is an annual event that is held in conjunction with National Fishing and Boating Week and sponsored by Take Me Fishing. Have a great weekend and get fishing! Also don't forget to let someone tag along with you so they can learn about and start to love the art of fishing. If you want more information including (where they stock adult channel catfish) on this weekend, click here.
If you remember a while back I said that I would be altering TCT slightly to incorporate more about trail cameras as a whole, not just pictures. This post will be the first taste of something different. I have done a Trail Cam Tuesday pretty much since the beginning of this blog. I have received numerous questions about trail cameras. Some of the questions I could answer easily, others I would direct them to look at their owners manual or sometimes I just wouldn't know. I don't claim to be an expert by any means, but I do know a good bit about trail cameras from my many years of use, but that still doesn't get all the questions answered. Someone that has a few more answers that I do is Boyd of Moultrie's Total Game Management Podcast, I managed to get a few great interviews with him a while back. For more great information that wasn't covered in those interviews you can change out Boyd's interview on The Will to Hunt Live, I was in attendance and was able to ask many of the questions I haven't been able to answer or wondered about over the years.
Old habits die hard, It wouldn't be much of a Trail Cam Tuesday without at least one picture. This is one of those bonus pictures that was just to beautiful not to share....