Someone told me that Wed. night at ten on the history channel, there is going to be a segment about killer fish. Show called monsterquest. Something about mean sturgeon, folk lore and such. Should be interesting.
That show lost all credibility with me when they aired an all women expedition searching for Bigfoot. The "All-Women" part isn't what bothered me. What bothered me was the whole idea that every little broken twig was seen as evidence of bigfoot. When they set up game cameras they actually got some pictures of passing cars. I mean, com'on If you want to find bigfoot you need to go in further than just a few feet from a road ,) Apparently this team wasn't that serious about finding bigfoot, if they were then they would have certainly headed miles off road into the forest. It was just hard to take them seriously.
I didn't catch that one. Sounds like it would have been a good laugh though. I saw three shows. I wasn't too impressed on how they put it together, but most those shows are like that. Reminds me of why I seldom watch tv.
There are still some who insist a scope is not needed for the type hunting they do, ignoring the advances of the last 150 years in optical sights. (Even the ultra-conservative US Army has adopted optical sights.) The idea that in some special circumstances open iron sights or aperture (peep) sights might be more useful is not lost on me, but with the inevitable advance of age comes the reduction in visual acuity needed for using iron sights.
I believe that many who completely resist the idea of...