Carolina rig and the spring
by Mike Gerry
As we move into this transition time every year, where the bass are staging a lot prior to the spawn, it seems difficult to get a consistent bite. This is the time the Carolina rig comes into play.
10 Red Flags of Abuse
by Rebecca Hieronymi
When people think of abuse they often associate it to physical violence. But that isn’t where abuse starts or ends. Abuse can be physical, mental, or emotional and everything in between. It is important to understand what constitutes as abuse and what you can do about it if you come to realize that you are being abused. What follows is a list of 10 Red Flags of an abusive relationship. This list does not cover every red flag or sign of abuse so if you feel you are being abused, please seek out help.
Jesus Is the Son of God – Part One (Matt 27:50-54)
by Terry Broome
For centuries men had spoken of his coming. Every Jew knew of the beautiful promises regarding the Messiah and his kingdom. The prophets foretold of a new and bright day dawning upon the horizon – a day unlike any before it!! All of this centered around the person to come – the Messiah!
March madness on Guntersville
by Mike Gerry
No month of the year offers as much of a variety of ways to catch fish on Guntersville as does the month of March. As we dip into the month of March there is no presentation that will fail as the bass are hungry, they are feeding up for the spawn and what you use for a technique is not as important as it would be other months of the year.
Forgive and Forget?
by Teresia Smith
Many times when we seek advice from someone about dealing with the wounds in our life, we are given well-meaning but often misdirected advice: forgive and forget.