Posted by Matthew Rose on
So it’s the middle of February when most of America is in the thick of winter. I will never forget living in Seattle and forgetting what warmth felt like, or vibrant colors deep in winter. Now I live in Southern California and never take for granted those sunny days in the middle of winter. This last Sunday was one of those days. Diving was crystal clear, the sun was out and honestly it could not have felt nicer — I’m not trying to make you jealous but just trying to set the tone for the day. We were excited to dive and scout some potential spots for the up and coming White Sea Bass season. Because a solid kelp presence...
Posted by Zach Rose on
As a novice duck hunter- I’ve gleaned a few things about the sport that have influenced my meal decision. Here’s some background. You do any bit of research on youtube or instagram on duck hunting and you may be tempted to believe duck hunting is limited to shooting mallard drakes, the most recognizable duck with greenheads often floating around the local golf course. But there are many different types of ducks, at least as many as 41 different species, that range is size, region and taste. The culture around shooting greenheads is understandable. For one, It’s a conservation decision by singling out the males a hunter is protecting the future flock numbers, it’s a meat yield decision due to...