Editor’s Note: Chuck Paddock of Covington, Indiana, is the host of “Open Season TV” on the Pursuit Channel, channel 240 on Dish, that’s been running for 5 years. “A buddy of mine talked me into doing TV,” Paddock says, “and CVA has been a sponsor of my show for about 4 years.”
Editor’s Note: CVA pro staffer Tony Smotherman of the TV show, “The Hit List,” is working hard to get ready for deer season.
“Right now, I’m making sure my mineral licks are staying active and charged-up, and I’m putting-out more mineral licks in different areas on the property I hunt,” Tony Smotherman explains. “Too, I’m working on my food plots.” Smotherman uses two different brands of mineral.… Read more
When looking at property to lease, you may stumble-across a piece of property that’s too thick to hunt. Sure, because it’s so thick, this property may be a great bedding area. But more than likely, you’ll never see a deer there, since you’ll make too-much noise trying to get through the brush to hunt. Due to the very-thick cover, you won’t be able to see a deer that’s within 10 yards of you, but these are the kind of places for which Smotherman searches.… Read more
With 3 days left, and multiple species left on my Fig Tree Safaris agenda, I felt confident that I would be able to get a clean shot for the .270 or .50 CVA Apex. As the hours in the bush passed, our frustrations kept slowly increasing. With the wind in an odd direction, and a full moon, it seemed that animal movement had all but ceased.… Read more
People like to use their single-shot rifles like the CVA SCOUT for all types of game, not only young hunters who are learning how to shoot for deer season but also more-experienced hunters who like to shoot at long ranges. The CVA SCOUT COMPACT in .243 features a 20-inch barrel and a 1-inch shorter stock than the standard CVA SCOUT – just right for youth hunters.… Read more