Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Buddy Buggy - An Off-Road Solution

Courtesy of buddybuggy.net
As always, we are on the hunt for the very best in off-road capability for the physically challenged.  How to get off the blacktop and into the bush is a quest.  Recently, I was given a tip from someone commenting on an article here on the Blog.  I followed there lead and was I ever impressed.

The BuddyBuggy is an ATV with a wheelchair lift built into the back of the vehicle.  Once inside, the person can move up and assume controls of the buggy.   Very Exciting! Each one is custom fitted to meet your needs, so the price point can fluctuate depending on your situation.  Starting price for this amazing product is $21,500 per their website and can be modified to your liking.  Check out the Specs on this all electric beauty.

The company has information for grant help and other veteran's allowances that are available. They also offer a trailer for transporting it to wherever you like to tromp in the woods, which is a nice option.

Courtesy of buddybuggy.net
The real issue for anyone in a wheelchair is getting to a blind or fishing spot and then enjoying the comfort of the chair you are accustomed to.  Most all-terrain wheelchairs are not very comfortable because they are built for durability.  So, finding a solution that will allow you to get to your hunting blind or favorite fishing spot through the bogs and over the brush but then affords you the ability to roll off and be comfortable is a big bonus in my book.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Finding the Bass in the Grass

As Spring deepens and the spawn is going full blast, big females will move into grass to rest, recover and eat after laying eggs.  A great article from Mystery Tackle Box talks about just this adventure:

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Spring is Lizard Time


With spring already invading here in the south, it is time to turn our focus toward the lovely ladies of spring.  The very largest Bass can be caught easiest as the females prepare for the spawn and that time is right now.

Already, monster bass are being caught on area lakes in Louisiana and Texas.  No greater lure can be used than the plastic lizard.  Check the article below from Bassmaster.com to gain the edge for this spring: