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Josh Wolfe

Josh Wolfe

It didn’t take long for me, following in my father’s footsteps (literally), to develop a deep appreciation for the outdoors. Because it’s there in the wind, in the rain and a cool summer sunrise where I’ve learned more than in all the classrooms combined. My journalistic work is the sum of all I’ve taken from the outdoors and all I want to give back.

It was during a long, grueling two-year stint working as a banker in Huntsville, Alabama, I finally realized I needed to follow my dreams. After sojourning several places across the country, I now call Asheville, North Carolina, home, where I am the co-founder, publisher and editor of The Golf Sport (www.golfsportmag.com) magazine and editor of Sporting Classics Daily (www.sportingclassicsdaily.com). I am also a contributor to OutdoorHub and Global Outfitters, and hope to really inflate that balloon over the next couple years.

For me, it’s the power of the pen that makes the outdoor adventure live forever – as it is resurrected on the page in front of me. I am so fortunate to be a part of the outdoor community and make my passion a career.

Areas of Expertise: Hunting, camping, hiking, fishing

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Keeping your bowfishing plan and setup simple can still yield impressive results.

Bowfishing: Keeping It Simple

The heavy splashing only made my smile wider, grinning through my teeth, as they say. I held on to the thin line with both hands, pulling as gently as possible so as to not have it break again. It’s happened before and will time after…

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Back in the old days, frog gigging was one of the few activities a 16-year-old Southern boy could participate in without causing trouble.

Tonight is a Good Night for Frogs

He sat on the front porch rocking, listening; the distinguishing remarks of the bullfrog singing from the pond in front of his cabin. It was almost ethereal when the crickets clicked to the rhythm and the lightning bugs danced in step. He thought of the…

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Crappie are finicky fish that will bite one thing during one season, and something totally different the next.

Catching Cantankerous Crappie

Crappie are finicky. Maybe not to the level of trout, but certainly close. One day they are biting red hooks, not silver, only hungry for black jigs with flecks of white hair. As Arthur Farrell pulled in his eighth slab of the night, he leaned…

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