Editor’s Back Porch

by Fred Allard

Angler’s License

The Allard's inside our shanty waiting for the fish to bite!

As most of you know by now, my “day” job is working as an RN at Dartmouth Hitchcock’s Cardiac Catheterization Lab. I was recently chosen to orient the next “new” guy to the lab. Rob is his name. I will withhold his last name as he is a bit of a doomsdayer and tries to

It’s Show Time!


The Outdoor Gazette’s, Outdoor Shows are just around the corner. I am excited  to see these events come to fruition after a year of preparation. To say that I am nervous would be an understatement.  I am nervous, and confident at the same time. I am nervous that the number of attendees will be low

2013 Trail Camera Contest Winners!

Picture of the Year- Sent in By Sean Hall of Minnesota

The Trail Camera Contest is one of my favorite segments of The Outdoor Gazette. Trail cameras not only add a new tool to the hunter’s arsenal, but is an entirely new sport in itself, one that hunters and non-hunters can enjoy equally. I was talking about trail cams at work one day and one of

In the Books

Recrnt entry to our Trail Camera Photo contest

Well it’s December 2013. Another year older, another deer season is almost in the books and a new Ice fishing season is just around the corner. 2014 promises to bring many new adventures for the staff here at The Outdoor Gazette. First off we are a sponsor for one of, if not the biggest ice

Hacked and better for it!

Featured Cover Image-October 2013

Well last few months have been kinda of “hairy”. Hackers entered our website thru the forum portion of the site and messed things up for us here at The Outdoor Gazette for awhile. Thanks to Lynne and Dave, or web gurus, we are back! I took this opportunity to rework the gazette’s website. With over

Corn is Good!


The tell tale “ripping” of cornhusk was the give away. I had finished my to do list for the day, September 8, 2010, Angel was in Quebec visiting and I was home alone. It was 4:30 pm, and I had been dying to try some bear hunting. I had a cornfield all picked out. It