Combining map-guided trail navigation with two-way radio communication, the Rino 755t handheld brings a whole new level of confidence to your outdoor adventures. This little gem allows you to communicate by voice or text (with extended range, up to 20 miles), pinpoint your position, geotag pictures, see your surroundings, monitor the weather, among other things, all from a single device.
Lure of the Laguna is the first film in our four-part series with Lone Star Beer. Chapter One features angling savant Ben Paschal and his obsession with saltwater fly fishing on the coast of Texas. It’s a story about hard work, dedication, and bailing on the internship his parents wanted him to take to follow his passion in the Laguna Madre.
“El Observador” is a short documentary following wildlife cinematographer Austin Alvarado and explores his relationship with nature via his work pursuing black bears in Far West Texas. It is a visually stunning journey through the Big Bend region that highlights the incredible resilience of bears that have returned to this area. "El Observador" is a Modern Huntsman film presented by SWAROVSKI OPTIK.
“The word ‘matagi’ is derived from ‘matagu’, meaning to
cross over, step over or straddle, bounding an image of
people between two worlds — the realm of humans and that
of the mountain deity: yama-no-kami.” Scott Schnell, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor Emeritus in Anthropology
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