5 Little Known Hunting Tools Every Hunter Should Carry

October 17, 2012

There are certain hunting tools that just about every hunter carries in their pack. Things like a knife, game bags, some sort of direction device whether it be a GPS or a compass, and so forth.  But, over the years, I’ve noticed that I carry a few hunting tools in my pack that I don’t […]

Bowhunting Elk

October 1, 2012

The folks over at Elk101 have a forum thread asking visitors to post their top elk bowhunting strategy.  Elk101 is quickly becoming my favorite hunting site – with loads of information and really cool webisodes completely devoted to my favorite animal, I was an easy fan.  However, this particular thread got me to scratching my brain, and […]

Gear Inspection

August 11, 2012

The summer has kicked into full on warp speed. Each day is now passing like a mile marker on the roadside and that means one thing: Hunting season will be here soon. It actually means many more things, but the fast approach of hunting season is what concerns me. As you sit down in your […]

Blogging About the Outdoors

June 28, 2011

I posted this video a few years ago, but it bears repeating. I just finished watching it again myself and am reminded of some great blogging tips from Cory Glauner, owner of a  great outdoor blog himself.  Cory touches on some great points, and even if you’ve been doing this blog thing a while, you will learn […]

Paper Tuning 101

July 7, 2009

By Scott Stover In the following article we will look at a few ways to determine if your bow is in tune, or needs just a bit of tweaking. Paper tuning is the method of shooting a bow through paper to ensure that you are getting correct arrow flight, proper arrow spine and that the […]