Deer Hunting

Small Property, Big Plans

Posted by GRANT MEYER

Evaluating this small plot: April was the month I first stepped foot on that thirteen-acre piece of land. I immediately fell in love. Right away, I knew I was going to make an offer on that Ohio property and the home that came with it. My fiancé and I had been renting an old farmhouse […]

Trail Camera Ban Put to Vote in Arizona

Posted by Carter Loven

On Friday, December 4th the Arizona Game and Fish Commission voted 5-0 to ban trail camera use in Arizona. This sets a dangerous precedent moving forward for all outdoorsmen across the country. Though this is not the first time that this issue has come up in Arizona. In the last year, this came to a […]

Exploring the PA Wilds

Posted by Braden Kreft

“Not what I expected”. Never before in my life have I used that phrase with such accuracy. Never before have I felt so deeply removed from the grid. Never before have I found bowhunting to be such an uphill battle. The big woods of Pennsylvania changed all that. Saturday, October 26. Excitement rushes over me… […]

The Dual Perimeter Electric Fence

Posted by Tyler Heeter

The game changer for anyone that is interested in protecting your hard work such as food plots and tree plantings from being over browsed by deer and other wildlife is the Dual Perimeter Electric Fence. This is a relatively new way of protecting your investment in the hunting world. I would like to tell you […]

Understanding “Pinch Points” and Using Them in Hunting Situations

Posted by Brian E. Halchak

One of the most important features that I look at when determining areas to hunt are funnels and pinch points. Sometimes these terms are used interchangeably, but there are differences between the two. A funnel is a location where animals begin to congregate to move from point A to point B. A funnel can be […]

How to Track and Trail Game Like a Pro

Posted by Dalton Will

Congratulations! All your diligence, hard work, and persistence have finally paid off, and you’ve shot the animal you’ve been after. However, what happens next could determine whether your hunt ends in celebration or lamentation. It is vitally important to keep your wit about you amongst the torrent of emotions that ebb and flow in the […]

Pre Rut Stand Selection

Posted by Dalton Will

Whitetail bucks, especially big whitetail bucks, can be notoriously difficult to kill. They are smart, wary, and have particularly keen senses of smell, hearing, and eyesight. However, every autumn, like the leaves around them, much of their intelligence and perception tends to fall away. When this happens, the woods and fields start to look a […]

Sweat Equity

Posted by Justin Edwards

The sawdust sprayed as the Stihl cut through the rough terrain. I thought to myself how were the bugs still able to light me up with so much debris flying everywhere. Luckily though the Florida sun took it easy on us due to a few storms in the Gulf providing cloud cover. 90 degrees is […]

Why wouldn’t you take advantage…

Posted by Cayden Allen

Hunting and being outdoors with brothers, friends, children showing them the joy and satisfaction can can only be given by the good lord himself. The hard work put into something is what makes it a sacrifice to want it and working for what you want to achieve, to achieve the meaning of life. Working for […]

The beginner’s guide to scouting…

Posted by Dalton Will

Life is cyclical. The globe spins, hurtling us through time and space at a thousand miles per hour (literally) causing the seasons to move. Winter loses it’s icy grip on the earth and the renewal of spring bursts forth into full bloom and blossom. The warming develops into the heat and green of summer, and […]

mental games

Posted by GRANT MEYER

the story As soon as the bolt left my crossbow I had a pit in my stomach, the wind had started to shift and it was now or never; I had just decided now. It was only one season earlier when I had wounded an eight point buck with a compound bow, never recovering the […]

COLUMBIA BLACKTAIL DEER HUNTING | FIRST TIMER

Posted by Brady Bouchet

I was born in a coastal town on the central Oregon coast called Florence. Florence is an old logging town that turned into a retirement and tourist town. I was raised on a cattle ranch bucking hay and feeding cows. I learned at a young age how to work hard all day and how to […]