Waiting on the Big Push of Ducks? Go For Woodies

By Mark Fike Each year waterfowlers are waiting with great anticipation for the so called “big flight” or “big push” of ducks to be shoved south across the United States from Canada. However, many years this event seems to stall…

Outdoorsmans’ Trials and Tribulations and Joy Too

Despite our trials and tribulations in the field, we outdoorsmen and women get to see some of the most beautiful things in the world. After a frustrating morning setting decoys and not seeing any ducks, I captured this buck swimming…

If You’re Not Rabbit Hunting, You’re Missing Out

By Josh Boyd As you wade through the thickets and brambles that dot the landscape before you, as if from the very ground beneath your feet, a cottontail rabbit emerges, sprinting toward the next available source of cover. In a…

How to Politely Decline a Serving of Humble Pie, Compliments of the Mountain.

  By Mike Willis Let’s face it, hunting hurts! But it is the pain that we endure that makes our victories so sweet. People can rarely go from sofa to summit without a thorough break-in period. If you are coming…

3 Key Considerations For Making The Most Of All Day Hunts

By Josh Boyd The month of November is undoubtedly an intensely exciting time to be afield in pursuit of whitetail deer. As the emergence of the rut signals the beginning of perhaps the most thrilling days of a deer hunter’s…

How To Maximize Waterfowling Efficiency: Preparation Today For Success Tomorrow

  By Josh Boyd There is something awe-inspiring about witnessing a flock of migrating waterfowl as they cup above your meticulously placed decoys. It is a profound thought that ducks and geese migrate hundreds, if not thousands, of miles only…

Getting Water in the Field Continued…

By Mike Willis Last week we covered the various options for water treatment and filtration. With so many options, it can be very overwhelming to determine which ones will work best for you. I have tried countless options and have…

5 Tips For Helping Your Child Graduate To Larger Firearms

By Josh Boyd Nearly everyone can recall in vivid detail, the day in which they fired their first shots from a large caliber rifle or big bore shotgun. Much of what made this moment particularly memorable for most, especially if…

How to Book and Prepare for a Guided Hunt Out West

  By Tarra Stoddard You’ve saved every dime and now you’re finally ready to book your hunt out west. The best way to pick an outfitter for your hunt is by recommendation from someone you trust. If that isn’t possible…

Coon Hunting: Are We Letting Tradition Slip Away?

By Josh Boyd As you stand beneath the starlit sky of a brisk autumn night, a familiar sound rings out, echoing across the heavily wooded landscape. The sweet sound that pierces the late night air comes as a call to…

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