Tree stands have been in use by hunters long enough for statistics to clearly point out that tree stand accidents are the number one cause of hunter related injuries every year. Furthermore, it’s estimated that one out of every three deer hunters who hunt from elevated stands are likely to experience a fall at some point in their lives which will result in serious injury.
If you know the lakes that harbor white bass and hybrids, I’ll share a secret with you, but keep this under your hat. In late September and most all of October, tributaries to those lakes, which are carrying some extra water from fall rains, are often carrying some extra fish…big hybrids.
Women can experience the outdoors in a unique way at a special three-day workshop Sept. 28-30 at Lake of the Ozarks State Park in Miller County. Called Glamp Pin Oak, which combines glamour and camping, the workshop will offer women the chance to learn to be safe, confident and comfortable in the outdoor environment.
On Wednesday September 19th, participants of Paddle MO 2018 will depart from the Hermann riverfront to float the last 100 miles of the Missouri River. Participants travel by canoe or kayak over 5 days and get to float on the Mississippi River during the last mile of the trip. Along the way, participants will stop at the historic river towns of New Haven, Washington, Augusta, and St. Charles.
Current River, a part of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, is the stage for thousands of float and camp trips each year. People come from around the world to float and enjoy the wild scenery which the Current has to offer.