Q) What are the most popular accessories for guns you sell to waterfowlers?
A) Most waterfowlers find themselves hauling a ton of gear with them when going to the field, and having your shotgun hung on your shoulder via a gun-sling frees up a hand to tote something else. Avery has two slings on the market, the Finisher sling and the Power Hunter sling, designed with a soft and stretchable neoprene that keeps it gripping, but not digging into your shoulder. I’ve been very satisfied with the Power Hunter slings that … Read More »
Chesapeake Bay – The most consistent bite throughout the bay is the Puppy Drum. Quality fish are being caught on a wide variety of baits such as Gulp! baits like shrimp and swimming mullets. Live and cut bait such as crab is also excellent. Lynnhaven Inlet is a hot spot right now, as is the MMBT and Mobjack Bay. Flounder action is as good as it has been all summer, with the CBBT receiving the most pressure, and also producing the most fish. Cobia seem to be on the way out … Read More »
Q) What trends are you seeing this year in duck and goose guns?
A) This year’s trend in waterfowl guns is going bigger, better, faster. Browning has brought out their new A5 semi-auto in a 3.5″ offering. Beretta has the A-400 Xtreme with the recoil reducing Kick-Off System, a feature that saves the shoulder when shooting magnum shells. Remington’s Versa-Max combines similar technologies to what is found in several Benelli models, to create what might be the best designed gun on the market.
Q) What five guns do you sell the most … Read More »
BAY – Cobia are still available inside the bay, but good fish are also being caught in ocean waters. Sight casters are having better luck with live fish rather than eels as of late. Bottom fishing is also good, but many more anglers are sight fishing. The Flounder bite is closer to what it should be. Live bait, strip bait, and Gulp! baits continue to produce, but the live bait presentations excel for bigger fish. The CBBT structures are giving up the better fish, along with numbers of fish. Triggerfish … Read More »