Jeff from the Wetsuit Centre has an exclusive look at the new O'Neill Psycho 1 wetsuit due for release 2012 - 2013 season. New features include the brand new Technobutter material exclusive to O Neill Wetsuits. The O'Neill Psycho 1 wetsuit is making a comeback to O'Neill's wetsuit range after it was dropped two seasons ago. We had no idea why O'Neill decided to retire this great wetsuit? We have been selling and the Psycho 1 for years with good results. After
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The golf pull shot is a single of the most common swing faults. The golf pull shot most typically occurs when the clubface is closed relative to the swing path and/or when the swing follows and ut to in?or ver the best?swing path. Here are the common faults and fixes of the golf pull shot. What Causes the Golf Pull Shot The golf pull shot is a shot that starts left of the target and continues straight left. Common causes of the golf pull shot include a single or of the following ?poor ... Read more...
The Tissot T-Touch wristwatches for diving are greater than simply exquisitely laid out watches. This terrific divers timepiece is moreover a significant device which has the capacity to support your health whenever you are out in the briny deep.Among the most recent T-Touch watch models, the Sea T-Touch wristwatch range is made to Tissot's thoroughgoing guidelines. Extending from the beautiful timepiece visual characteristics to the good selection of applicable operations, every minute step ... Read more...
Why do you go fishing? Do you fish for food? Do you fish for relaxation? Do you fish to get away? I know why I fish. I fish for the chance to catch something really big. I want to catch that monster fish. I want to come home with a fish story. The last time I went fly fishing on the San Juan River in northern New Mexico I hooked into that monster. This trout must have run close to 30 inches. Now I have hooked into, and landed, some awful dang big fish on that river, but this one took the cake. ... Read more...
Where Did The Deer Go?, Early Season Thoughts..You have worked
all spring and summer keeping your feeders filled, building new
deer stands or fixing old ones, planting food plots and planning
hunting strategies for your first fall hunt. Each time you
checked your feeders, food plots or game trails, you were
encouraged by new deer sign, fresh tracks, rubs, scrapes and
other signs that deer continue to use the area. But, now that
archery or early gun season opening day are here, you're not
seeing ...Read more...
I just got back from my first black bear hunt in Canada. It was
a hunting trip that will stay with me for the rest for my
life. This trip was the most intense, and unnerving experiences
I have ever had. I arrived at camp in Brunswick Canada on a
Sunday night and was in the tree stand early the next
morning. My open tree stand was only 7 feet off the ground, and
the bears bait can only 14 yards away. This is what we call
"nerve hunting" up close and personal! I saw no bears on ...Read more...