Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Hunting feral hogs in Central Florida, Matthew McFarland, his son Chisel and Grayson Padrick take their seats in Padrick?s swamp buggy.
Album ID: 1949839
Hooking the next generation
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin A small crowd of onlookers gathers as Dave Dunahay scoops up a feisty rainbow for a young angler during the Next Cast Flyfishers camp at Shevlin Park last week.
Album ID: 1949838
Fly-tying corner: Keak Da Sneak
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Keak Da Sneak, tied by Quintin McCoy.
Album ID: 1949841
In an airboat on a hunt for real Florida
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Grayson Padrick (in truck), of Central Florida Trophy Hunts, hauls a gator into the pickup bed while the McFarland boys lift the body.
Album ID: 1947717
Flying ants are go-to patterns for trout in lakes
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin A black cloud of carpenter ants is a boon for trout in Cascade lLakes and it can signal fast fishing if an angler is armed with a selection of patterns. ?
Album ID: 1945924
Fly-tying corner: Cascade Flying Ant
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Cascade Flying Ant, tied by Quintin McCoy.
Album ID: 1945928
New rifles and a quick trip to the range
Mikayla Lewis / For The Bulletin Gary Lewis bore-sighting a rifle. The process requires removing the bolt to align the axis of the bore with the scope reticle at distance.
Album ID: 1943024
Young hunters learn ropes
Tess Freeman / The Bulletin Edward Flores, 14, of Bend practices shooting a bow and arrow. The Oregon Hunters Association annual Youth and Family Day at Alder Creek Ranch near Sisters featured more than 10 stations where children and adults practiced outdoor skills.
Album ID: 1941920
When the trout are tight to ?the bank
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Kristy Titus demonstrates the bow-and-arrow cast, a presentation that can pay off when the trout feed close to the bank.
Album ID: 1937891
Black bear, in the way of silence
Gary Lewis / For The Bulletin Ready for an afternoon hunt. Tyler Bryson (left), John Bryson and Brad Bryson (right) are members of the Quinault Nation. They guide for bear in the spring and fall and guide steelhead and salmon fishermen on the Quinault River.