In episode 3 of the Great Outdoors, we explore the definition of the word “arrowhead”, discuss who is the better fisherman, hear tales of big bass caught on cane poles, theorize what might have happened to the Kolomoki people and more. Check it out!
ar·row·head Dictionary result for arrowhead /ˈerōˌhed/nounnoun: arrowhead; plural noun: arrowheads 1.the pointed end of an arrow. a mark or sign resembling an arrowhead. 2.an aquatic or semiaquatic plant with arrow-shaped leaves and three-petaled white flowers. Raise your hand if you’ve ever found an arrowhead…..If you’re reading this article, the chances are really high that you’ve found one. […]
The 2018 deer hunting season was lean, to say the least, in southwest Georgia. A combination of historic rains, a historic storm and warm weather kept most hunters out of the woods for most of the year. However, once the weather cooled off, hunters hit the woods and found success. Tune in to episode 2 […]
Check out episode 1 of our newest creation, The Great Outdoors Radio Show. This episode features host Dustin Dowdy and his guest, Bradley Watts as they discuss Bradley’s hunting adventures around the USA – including his 2018 Oklahoma Big Buck hunt, a booner with his bow in Kansas, turkeys on a plane and more! Tune […]
The 2019 edition of the Best of the Best Deep South Super Show in beautiful Bainbridge, Georgia was a resounding success. Collectors from around the southeast converged on the Kirbo Center at ABAC at Bainbridge and showed out this past Saturday. The show featured more than 150 tables of authentic and privately owned collections of […]