Tag: hunting

North Dakota 2020 Public Land Hunt Recap | Tyler Smokes “Twin-Towers”

From the time I could tie my boots I was always intrigued with the outdoors.  I never knew how important doing things a certain way could play into the success of a hunt until I found myself at the age of seven, out of my comfort of a heated shooting house, and sitting on the […]

3 Ways to Start Waterfowl Hunting: From Budget-Friendly to Building off gear you already have

Are you always watching the Instagram and Facebook stories, posts, and videos of other hunters going out and hammering mallards, geese, and other waterfowl? Wondering if it’s something you’d like to do and don’t know what you have to do to get started and go on your first waterfowl hunt? I’m here to tell you […]

My First Buck…A Moment 13 Years in the Making

The Start of a Passion When people ask a deer hunter about their first time harvesting a buck, typically the story goes something like “I was 12 years old sitting in the stand with dad and a buck stepped out and I shot him.” But the story of my first buck didn’t go that way. […]

Learning How to Scout Effectively

Learning How to Scout Effectively E-SCOUTING Let’s say we want to scout this piece of land. First things we want to do is mark the special terrain features. -Saddles -Benches -Extremely Steep Terrain -Drainages or Ditches Here we have this piece of timber marked.  Green represents Saddles -Saddles are low spots in ridges that connect […]