As a weapon of war and survival, the bow and arrow is one of the oldest, dating back to the Neanderthal, Cro-Magnon eras, 35,000 to 45,000 years ago, respectively. Today, in America alone, there are over 3.5 million bowhunters, based on records obtained through sales of hunting licenses across the country. Bowhunting has become a major facet of the sport of archery, out-performing competitive target archery as the most popular form of the sport. Continue reading Bowfishing
An SCI member on kidney dialysis, and suffering from severe spinal stenosis, travels from California to Tennessee and North Carolina to fly fish for trout and striped bass. Continue reading A Fishing Adventure While On Dialysis
I was first bitten by the Atlantic salmon flyfishing bug perhaps 40 years ago. Angling luminary Lee Wulff had popularized this splendid gamefish in his writings about Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula, and most notably Portland Creek. Reading those and other stories was Continue reading An Atlantic Salmon Flyfishing Odyssey
Join Paul Reiss at the 2016 SCI Convention as he takes you on a journey to the Amazon and discusses some of most challenging and exciting fresh water sport fishing available. With his Fierce Fishes of the Amazon seminar, Paul will provide some insight to the evolution and touch on the Amazon’s 3,000 fish species and how to catch them.
In addition, Paul will also hold a seminar on the Giant Peacock Bass. Paul discusses the biology and ecology of finding and catching this remarkable sport fish and provides the knowledge and tactics you need to land the trophy of a lifetime.
These and many more exciting and informative seminars are a fixture of the SCI Convention and this year is no exception. Register Today!