Hunting

  • Most Topular Stories

  • New Deer Hunting Products

    Deerhuntingbigbucks.com
    admin
    12 Mar 2015 | 5:09 pm
    The post New Deer Hunting Products appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. There are some really cool new deer hunting products that are out for 2014. I saw a lot of different ones at the Monster Buck Classic in Topeka this past January and I have been wanting to share a few with you that I really like. New Deer Hunting Products INFERNOEPS™ Element Protection System- This was one of my favorite new deer hunting products I saw at the Monster Buck Classic. It is a back pack that you convert into a full body suit or system to hunt out of in extreme cold. It is light weight, very easy to…
  • St. Paul police hunting suspect in rape of 17-year-old neighbor - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

    HUNTING NEWS - Google News
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:52 pm
    St. Paul police hunting suspect in rape of 17-year-old neighborTwinCities.com-Pioneer PressPolice are looking for a St. Paul man who is accused of abducting a former neighbor girl off the street and raping her. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Jesus Medina, 42, on charges of kidnapping and first-degree sexual assault. Medina also
  • Delaware's 2015 Wild Turkey Season Produced Second-Highest Harvest on Record

    Hunting News
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:51 pm
    Delaware allows only the taking of gobblers - male turkeys - during the state's spring season, which also is the only time of year turkeys may be hunted here. "The recovery of the wild turkey in Delaware is a remarkable conservation success, made possible by the stewardship of hunters and including state chapters of the National Wild Turkey Federation," said Division of Fish & Wildlife Director David Saveikis.
  • Video: Stalking Hunter Gets Close Enough to Touch Buck

    OutdoorHub
    OutdoorHub Reporters
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:44 pm
    Ever get bored in the off-season? Ever worry that your skills are atrophying? End of the Road Outdoors staff member Jeff Osburn may have felt exactly that way when he decided to try an unarmed stalk to keep his skills sharp. That stalk led to this incredible footage, in which Osburn actually got close enough to touch a decently-sized buck. We are not sure if the buck was sleeping or indifferent, but it made for some good footage regardless. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A4eX1YYg0Y...Read more »
  • YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US

    MaineHuntingForums.com
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:10 pm
    ICQ:=>> 653399992 SELL CVV GOOD Balance Live Cheap And Hacker CVV For Sale Online 2015 --------- Hello Everyone --------- * Welcome all of you to my service * We can make money online - why not? * If You ignoring me that will is your bad choices, Because You Have Been Hackers Great * Come with us and enjoy the best products to make money * We have store tools make money online... * I'm are a hackers and also the seller reliable, i have worked for many banks around the world * You... YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    HUNTING NEWS - Google News

  • St. Paul police hunting suspect in rape of 17-year-old neighbor - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:52 pm
    St. Paul police hunting suspect in rape of 17-year-old neighborTwinCities.com-Pioneer PressPolice are looking for a St. Paul man who is accused of abducting a former neighbor girl off the street and raping her. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Jesus Medina, 42, on charges of kidnapping and first-degree sexual assault. Medina also
  • La. bow hunters can now tote firearms - Shreveport Times

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:54 pm
    Shreveport TimesLa. bow hunters can now tote firearmsShreveport TimesThe Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is advising bow hunters that they can lawfully carry any caliber firearm when bow hunting on private property during Louisiana's archery season this fall. Previous law prohibited bow hunters from 2015 Louisiana dove season set by commissionNOLA.comall 4 news articles »
  • NC lawmakers lift ban on Sunday hunting - Baptist News Global

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:33 am
    NC lawmakers lift ban on Sunday huntingBaptist News GlobalBaptists in North Carolina opposed to ending the state's ban on Sunday hunting got some accommodation in a compromise measure passed by the legislature that prohibits hunting with a firearm between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on Sundays, hours when ...
  • North of 60: Hunting and Fishing Great Slave Lake with the First Nations - Outdoor Life Magazine

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:36 am
    North of 60: Hunting and Fishing Great Slave Lake with the First NationsOutdoor Life MagazineLeft: James Marlowe motors to a sunrise duck hunt; Right: Northern lights in full regalia. James Marlowe can't stop laughing at our Avery duck decoys. I don't think they're particularly hilarious, and neither does Chris Jennings, who schlepped them 3
  • Late For Work 7/6: Police Hunting Down Joe Flacco Look-Alike - BaltimoreRavens.com

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:25 am
    BaltimoreRavens.comLate For Work 7/6: Police Hunting Down Joe Flacco Look-AlikeBaltimoreRavens.comPolice Hunting Down Joe Flacco Look-Alike. Crime is no laughing matter ... except when police poke fun at a suspect (who clearly is NOT elite) and his resemblance to Joe Flacco. If you see a guy that looks like Flacco, then you should call Anne Arundel ...and more »
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Hunting News

  • Delaware's 2015 Wild Turkey Season Produced Second-Highest Harvest on Record

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:51 pm
    Delaware allows only the taking of gobblers - male turkeys - during the state's spring season, which also is the only time of year turkeys may be hunted here. "The recovery of the wild turkey in Delaware is a remarkable conservation success, made possible by the stewardship of hunters and including state chapters of the National Wild Turkey Federation," said Division of Fish & Wildlife Director David Saveikis.
  • Applications being accepted for two controlled deer hunts in 2015:...

    6 Jul 2015 | 4:46 pm
    SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Applications are being accepted for controlled deer hunts at two West Virginia state parks in 2015.
  • After McIlroy Soccer Mishap, Other Freak Athlete Injuries

    6 Jul 2015 | 12:42 pm
    Perhaps the only consolation for the world's No. 1 golfer is that he is not the first athlete to be injured while not playing the sport that pays the bills.
  • Robert Vincent Hacker Sr.

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:26 am
    Robert Vincent Hacker Sr., 87, of Knob Noster, Missouri, died Friday, July 3, at Ridge Crest Nursing Center in Warrensburg. Robert was born April 30, 1928, in Morgantown, West Virginia.
  • Williams: A minority view about our Second Amendment rights

    5 Jul 2015 | 9:21 pm
    The nation's demagogues and constitutionally ignorant are using the Charleston, South Carolina, AME church shooting to attack the Second Amendment's "right of the people to keep and bear Arms." A couple of years ago, President Barack Obama said, "I have a profound respect for the traditions of hunting that trace back in this country for generations."
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    OutdoorHub

  • Video: Stalking Hunter Gets Close Enough to Touch Buck

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:44 pm
    Ever get bored in the off-season? Ever worry that your skills are atrophying? End of the Road Outdoors staff member Jeff Osburn may have felt exactly that way when he decided to try an unarmed stalk to keep his skills sharp. That stalk led to this incredible footage, in which Osburn actually got close enough to touch a decently-sized buck. We are not sure if the buck was sleeping or indifferent, but it made for some good footage regardless. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A4eX1YYg0Y...Read more »
  • Native American Tribe May Make Bid on Colt

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:26 pm
    Last month Colt, the iconic 160-year-old gun maker, filed for bankruptcy and began considering plans to put itself up for sale. While the company's future is still uncertain, an unexpected party has appeared with an offer to help: the Morongo Band of Mission Indians in California. Tribal attorney Drew Ryce told the press last week that the tribe is looking to assist Colt during its difficult time and that if the company should decide on a turnaround plan, the Morongo will help sponsor...Read more »
  • Video: The Only Place on Earth Where Guns Are Mandatory

    OutdoorHub Social
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:43 pm
    There are plenty of places on Earth that encourage the ownership of firearms, but there is only one place that legally requires you to have one before you can enter. Welcome to Svalbard, Norway. Located in a remote region high above the Arctic Circle, it's home to one of nature's fiercest creatures---polar bears. The reason firearm possession is required by law is the large native bear population. After a series of deadly attacks firearm possession was mandated, and tourists who are not familiar with firearms must have an armed guard...Read more »
  • Henry .30-30 H009 Rifle

    Jim Grant
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:20 pm
    The most common American hunting lever-gun cartridge is irrefutably the ubiquitous .30-30. Due to its prevalence among farmers and those with no interest in firearms outside hunting, it has been unfairly typecast as a “fudd caliber” for years. This same stigma has led many modern shooters away from learning about it. This is unfortunate, since it’s one of the easiest-shooting medium game-hunting cartridges with a respectable variety of ammo loads available for animals ranging from whitetail to black bear. Thankfully, American arms-maker Henry Rifles appreciates the round’s...Read…
  • US Army Develops Exoskeleton to Improve Handgun Accuracy

    OutdoorHub Reporters
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:01 pm
    Forget gun attachments, the US Army is now considering add-ons for the human body. Taking inspiration straight from science fiction, researchers at the US Army Research Laboratory in Maryland are developing new ways to improve handgun accuracy for soldiers. One method is the mechatronic arm exoskeleton (MAXFAS), a futuristic carbon-fiber arm brace that trains users to shoot more accurately and to reduce hand shake when presenting a handgun. According to Dan Baechle, the mechanical engineer behind the project, he first got the idea from the iconic power loader in the film...Read more »
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    MaineHuntingForums.com

  • YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:10 pm
    ICQ:=>> 653399992 SELL CVV GOOD Balance Live Cheap And Hacker CVV For Sale Online 2015 --------- Hello Everyone --------- * Welcome all of you to my service * We can make money online - why not? * If You ignoring me that will is your bad choices, Because You Have Been Hackers Great * Come with us and enjoy the best products to make money * We have store tools make money online... * I'm are a hackers and also the seller reliable, i have worked for many banks around the world * You... YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US
  • YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:05 pm
    ICQ:=>> 653399992 SELL CVV GOOD Balance Live Cheap And Hacker CVV For Sale Online 2015 --------- Hello Everyone --------- * Welcome all of you to my service * We can make money online - why not? * If You ignoring me that will is your bad choices, Because You Have Been Hackers Great * Come with us and enjoy the best products to make money * We have store tools make money online... * I'm are a hackers and also the seller reliable, i have worked for many banks around the world * You... YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US
  • YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US

    6 Jul 2015 | 12:59 pm
    ICQ:=>> 653399992 SELL CVV GOOD Balance Live Cheap And Hacker CVV For Sale Online 2015 --------- Hello Everyone --------- * Welcome all of you to my service * We can make money online - why not? * If You ignoring me that will is your bad choices, Because You Have Been Hackers Great * Come with us and enjoy the best products to make money * We have store tools make money online... * I'm are a hackers and also the seller reliable, i have worked for many banks around the world * You... YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US
  • YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US

    6 Jul 2015 | 12:56 pm
    ICQ:=>> 653399992 SELL CVV GOOD Balance Live Cheap And Hacker CVV For Sale Online 2015 --------- Hello Everyone --------- * Welcome all of you to my service * We can make money online - why not? * If You ignoring me that will is your bad choices, Because You Have Been Hackers Great * Come with us and enjoy the best products to make money * We have store tools make money online... * I'm are a hackers and also the seller reliable, i have worked for many banks around the world * You... YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US
  • YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US

    6 Jul 2015 | 12:53 pm
    ICQ:=>> 653399992 SELL CVV GOOD Balance Live Cheap And Hacker CVV For Sale Online 2015 --------- Hello Everyone --------- * Welcome all of you to my service * We can make money online - why not? * If You ignoring me that will is your bad choices, Because You Have Been Hackers Great * Come with us and enjoy the best products to make money * We have store tools make money online... * I'm are a hackers and also the seller reliable, i have worked for many banks around the world * You... YH: silver_mmo2004 Sell Cvv-(Ccv,cvv2)-Wu Transfer-Dumps Track-Mail Pass US
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Wired To Hunt

  • Creating and Bowhunting Whitetail Travel Corridors

    Mark Kenyon
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:31 am
    This is a guest post from acclaimed whitetail habitat consultant, author and deer hunter Jeff Sturgis. Enjoy! – MK By Jeff Sturgis Do you want a way to heat up your favorite bow stand locations for this season? Try creating...
  • Friday Morning Mashup 7/3/15

    Mark Kenyon
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    By Mark Kenyon Happy 4th of July weekend! While I’m sure most of you have big plans for the next couple days, make sure to find a little time to check out the deer hunting reading we’ve collected for you...
  • The Wired To Hunt Podcast – Episode #62: Hunting Highly Pressured Deer w/John Eberhart

    Mark Kenyon
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Today on the show we’re talking about hunting highly pressured deer, and joining us is one of my greatest hunting influences, John Eberhart. To listen to the podcast, click the Play button in the orange bar above or click the...
  • The 2015 Journal: Glenn, High Hopes & Big Plans for the Upcoming Season

    Mark Kenyon
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:32 am
    By Mark Kenyon As I’ve tried to do (to varying to degrees) in past years, this year I’ll be sharing a journal of sorts on Wired To Hunt, detailing the twists and turns of my 2015 hunting season. And so to...
  • 5 Sure Signs You’ve Got Summertime Buck Fever

    Mark Kenyon
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:48 am
    By Mark Kenyon I’ve got it bad. Summertime buck fever. I’ve usually got bucks on the brain, but this elevated state of hysteria became official when my wife took notice this week. And that’s saying something, as she’s used to a near...
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Deerhuntingbigbucks.com

  • Kansas Bow Buck 2014

    admin
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:07 pm
    The post Kansas Bow Buck 2014 appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. By Adam Doby I wanted to finally share the story of my 2014 18 point Kansas bow buck from last season that I was lucky enough to kill with my Mathews Z7 bow. It was one of my shortest hunts and most exciting. Kansas Bow Buck It was early November and I had been watching several nice bucks on my trail cameras and had been keeping an eye on one buck in particular, he was the biggest one I had on camera last season and a friend of mine named him “Stickers”. He was a main frame ten with split brows on the right…
  • Top Ten Boone and Crockett Non Typical Bucks

    admin
    12 Mar 2015 | 5:18 pm
    The post Top Ten Boone and Crockett Non Typical Bucks appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. By Adam Doby The top ten Boone and Crockett non typical bucks are absolutely amazing and I wanted to share them with you here. Indiana and Kansas recently had a couple of 300″ bucks join the top ten(at this time they may be unofficial). I recently did a post “The Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks” and I wanted to also do one on the top ten Boone and Crockett Non typical bucks. Hope you enjoy this unofficial list of the top ten Boone and Crockett non typical bucks. Top Ten Boone and…
  • Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks

    admin
    12 Mar 2015 | 5:11 pm
    The post Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. By Adam Doby I was checking out the top ten Boone and Crockett typical bucks of all time and they are all just some amazing bucks. From the Milo Hanson buck to the John Breen buck they are all beautiful whitetail. I thought I would share the top ten Boone and Crockett typical bucks with you here. The Top Ten Boone and Crockett Typical Bucks Milo N. Hanson buck Score: 213 5/8 Location: Saskatchewan Year: 1993 A school bus driver had told locals of a huge buck feeding in Milo Hansen’s alfalfa…
  • New Deer Hunting Products

    admin
    12 Mar 2015 | 5:09 pm
    The post New Deer Hunting Products appeared first on Deerhuntingbigbucks.com. There are some really cool new deer hunting products that are out for 2014. I saw a lot of different ones at the Monster Buck Classic in Topeka this past January and I have been wanting to share a few with you that I really like. New Deer Hunting Products INFERNOEPS™ Element Protection System- This was one of my favorite new deer hunting products I saw at the Monster Buck Classic. It is a back pack that you convert into a full body suit or system to hunt out of in extreme cold. It is light weight, very easy to…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Bowhunting.com

  • New Stealth Cam GXW – SHIPS NOW

    Hunting Network
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:30 pm
    Stealth Cam introduces the next generation of feature-packed scouting camera for 2015 advanced scout Read more... The post New Stealth Cam GXW – SHIPS NOW appeared first on Bowhunting.com.
  • Carbox Express Pro Christine Harrelson Is On Fire

    Hunting Network
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:29 pm
    Christine Harrelson was on fire during the Illinois ASA Mathews Pro/Am event held June 26th-28th at Read more... The post Carbox Express Pro Christine Harrelson Is On Fire appeared first on Bowhunting.com.
  • Hunt Safe and Solid with Lone Wolf

    Brodie Swisher
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:49 am
    I bought my first Lone Wolf treestand, the Sit & Climb Combo II, last season and have been blown awa Read more... The post Hunt Safe and Solid with Lone Wolf appeared first on Bowhunting.com.
  • 5 Things You Should Do To Your Bow This Summer

    Steve Flores
    4 Jul 2015 | 5:57 am
    Now is the perfect time to dive head first into your bowhunting rig. Here are 5 things you should do Read more... The post 5 Things You Should Do To Your Bow This Summer appeared first on Bowhunting.com.
  • What’s the Best Way to Remove Ticks?

    Brodie Swisher
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:47 am
    So what's the best way to remove ticks? The key is to make that tick release prior to removal from t Read more... The post What’s the Best Way to Remove Ticks? appeared first on Bowhunting.com.
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    WordPress Tag: Big Game Hunting

  • Vintage Safari

    Debbie Smyth
    12 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    “There we were, the three of us, wanting to congratulate, wanting to be good sports about this rhino whose smaller horn was longer than our big one, this huge, tear-eyed marvel of a rhino, this dead, head-severed dream rhino, and instead we … were ashamed and could do nothing about it.” -excerpt from Green Hills of Africa by Ernest Hemingway, Vintage, 2004 This is a classic novel about old-style safaris – aka big game  hunting.  The shame mentioned above wasn’t about the destruction caused by their “sport”, but about the inability to congratulate…
  • Joyce Carol Oates' Colossal Tweeting Blunder Leaves Her Arguing For The Conservation Of Dinosaurs

    Jacob Geers
    10 Jun 2015 | 10:18 am
    Twitter.com Joyce Carol Oats is a celebrated author who has been churning out award-winning novels since the early 1960s. Also, she might have looked at a picture on Twitter a little too quickly. She posted this tweet yesterday morning: In recent years there has been an increasingly common trend of privileged people going off and illegally killing endangered animals and posting pictures up on social media to gloat. There is absolutely a reason to be offended at those photos, but this photo is absolutely not one of them. Unless you count a fake dinosaur among the endangered species list.
  • Conservation hunt? Corey Knowlton paid $350K to kill endangered black rhino

    Nick Logan
    21 May 2015 | 10:01 am
    WATCH: CNN was on hand when Knowlton killed the rare animal. Knowlton claims this was a “conservation hunt” and will only help the survival of the species. There is no shortage of online vitriol being lobbed at Texas millionaire and celebrity game hunter Corey Knowlton after he cashed in on his chance to kill a rare black rhinoceros in Namibia. Knowlton paid $350,000 to kill the endangered beast, but he says it’s because he’s “hell-bent on protecting” the animal and the money from his successful bid to take part in the “conservation hunt” will go to…
  • Why Not Wolves in California?

    California Outdoors
    14 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Gray wolf captured and GPS-collared by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) (Photo cour
  • Pumped About Next Fall

    richfletch
    6 May 2015 | 9:36 pm
    Set up some great hunts for next fall. With the day approaching  when I’ll no longer be able to climb mountains and ride horses, I look forward to the fall with impatience. Last hunting season wore me down, especially the eight day hunt in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. But now my enthusiasm is renewed and I’m ready for another go-round. One of the keys is to keep climbing my local hill on a regular basis. This is the area where I missed a big buck last Novermber. I’ll be back in the BOB again next November, hunting with Montana Safaris and looking for the big wilderness buck…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    WordPress Tag: Bow Hunting

  • Milk River Magic-A story of the "Sticker Buck"

    rosecityarchery
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:01 am
    It wasn’t new to him.  Even though, up until three years ago, it had been about 16 years since he had stretched the string on his trusty longbow while aiming at an animal, it still wasn’t new to him.  Maybe it’s kinda like the proverbial “it’s like a riding a bicycle”… once it’s ingrained in you, it’s ingrained in you.  Traditional bowhunting was no different for him.  It was in his blood and always would be.  But, as it goes, life through him curve balls…lots of them.  It seems he had to drop his longbow to hit ’em,…
  • Shooting your Bow now gets you ready for Deer Season.

    huntaddict
    2 Jul 2015 | 2:50 pm
    Today I was able to get off work early and I was pumped about this. It has been a few weeks since I was able to shot my bow a little. Normally as I shot I hit dead center every time but for some reason today that did not happen and now I have to figure out what I am doing wrong. As I was looking around the World wide webs that the kids call the internets I found this video from growingdeer.tv. You do not have to watch the entry thing but the first few minutes are great. He talks about just performing muscle memory with your bow and how it helps your shot. I would highly recommend making sure…
  • FMP Bowcast Episode #211 Let's Get Ready To Rumble!

    FMP Bowcast Presented By Down-N-Dirty Outdoors
    1 Jul 2015 | 1:20 pm
    In this episode, brought to you by Trophy Ridge, Tim Endsley from Bad medicine Archery joins us to talk about arguing with anti-hunters and what tactics work the best and what ones to avoid.https://fmpbowcast.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/good-fight.mp3
  • G. Fred Asbell Wool Pullover Review

    Armstrong Survival
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    I’ll be honest I was looking at buying the wool boreal pullover that many of you may have seen reviewed on many YouTube videos, but I just didn’t have the money available to spend on it. The boreal pullover looks really nice and looks well made with options that are not on the pullover I purchased but it costs a whole lot more as well. The boreal pullover was well outside my budget. As I was searching the internet for wool clothing I came across this website, http://www.gfredasbell.com I looked at the site and all that is available and narrowed down my choice to a wool pullover in the…
  • 5 Ways To Get More From Your Trail Cameras

    Adam Valastro - Owner/Producer - Adirondack Bowhunters
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:21 pm
    When trail cameras first become popular, I found myself placing them wherever I thought I could get the best pictures. I didn’t put a lot of thought into it other than wanting make sure I was placing them in a high traffic area. Every week was like Christmas.  I would pull my camera and rush to the nearest pharmacy to get my roll of film developed so I could see what I had captured. Trail cams have changed since then and so have the ways that I use them. Here are 5 ways I have learned to get more from your trail cameras: 1. Place Them High In the beginning of this article I mentioned…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    WordPress Tag: Pheasant Hunting

  • Summer updates at Paint River

    kwdogs
    24 Jun 2015 | 10:25 am
    Hi Everyone!! Well Pixel, Widget and Omiimii all came into heat during the month of April! If nature cooperates we will be breeding both Pixel and Widget for sure this fall and Omiimii is a possibility but that will be a last minute decision. We still have reservations available on both litters so step up and join the Paint River Family! Please stay tuned as we will be listing any news here. A reminder to follow us on Instragram at kylewarrendogs— there is endless llewellin fun on our Instagram page.
  • With Gallantry

    ctfix
    21 Jun 2015 | 5:59 pm
    This passage, along with a handful more (posting soon), introduces the other ‘Sota Boys in my life that I share most of the moments I photograph and write about.  Each of the ‘Sota Boys have key characteristics and strengths that I admire, learn, and implement.  You’ve learned about the importance of confidence with Jake and being opportunistic with Matt.  Now it’s time to move the spotlight to another.  I raise my glass to a larger giant in my life, my hero.  Here’s my story of our beginnings and what he brings to the table: Faster than a speeding bullet… More powerful than…
  • With Opportunity

    ctfix
    18 May 2015 | 8:45 pm
    This passage, along with a handful more (posting soon), introduces the other ‘Sota Boys in my life that I share most of the moments I photograph and write about.  Each of the ‘Sota Boys have key characteristics and strengths that I admire, learn, and implement.  You’ve learned about the importance of confidence with Jake, now it’s time to move the spotlight to another.  I raise my glass to my giant friend, Matt.  Here’s my story of our beginnings and what he brings to the table:  8th Grade study hall.  Man, the memories… As I was busy…
  • "How Much is that Doggie in the Window?"

    Brian Casey
    6 May 2015 | 9:09 am
    This edition is dedicated to Dickens, a Golden Retriever who served his family well and was a friend to all he came in contact with. Dickens “So Brian, what would you like for your sixtieth birthday?” That was a question posed to me by Tina sometime in August or September of 2014. It didn’t take me long to respond to the question. I immediately said, “A dog.” After reassuring her that I was serious, the discussion started on the pros and cons of dog ownership. We went through all of the usual arguments of why we shouldn’t be dog owners. The list of reasons why not to have a dog…
  • With Confidence

    ctfix
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:33 am
    This passage, along with a handful more (posting soon), introduces the other ‘Sota Boys in my life that I share most of the moments I photograph and write about.  Each of the ‘Sota Boys have key characteristics and strengths that I admire, learn, and implement.  So, without further ado, I raise my glass to Jake, my brother from another mother.  Here’s my story of our beginnings and what he brings to the table: World Class “Are you guys brothers?” If I had a nickel for every time I heard that, I could probably buy a $20 round of pull tabs – actually probably four rounds to be…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Hunt Smart

  • Money Saving Goals

    Rowan
    18 Jun 2015 | 5:59 pm
    If you’re thinking of putting some money away, it can often be easier to do if you’ve got a specific goal in mind. Those who save regularly tend to put more money away and more often if they have an end goal to work towards, such as a house, car, or holiday that they will spend the money on. If you want to start saving up for a goal and don’t know what to start stashing your hard earned cash for, here are some ideas.  A House Even if you’re not planning on buying a house in the near future or don’t know a thing about Hunter region real estate, if…
  • Less Known Considerations Before Involving In Property Investment

    Rowan
    2 Jun 2015 | 7:45 pm
    Interested in purchasing a property with the one and only purpose to make money? An investment property can work wonders in the long run. Many self-made millionaires have begun their financial ventures by purchasing one property only. Once you find out how it works, chances are you will feel like diving in some more. All in all, before getting there, it is critical to do your homework and figure what really works in this industry. There are also a lot of things to pay attention to, so do your homework before making any random choices. If you base this decision on luck, you will probably…
  • Why Make An Investment?

    Rowan
    3 Feb 2015 | 10:41 pm
    Many people in the world today are working hard enough to make as much investments as they can. A few nonetheless, have not had a good reason to do so. Some of them think that they would risk losing their property for no apparent reason. People like these may need to be assisted by good advisors in order to be convinced that doing so the right way, wouldn’t involve much of a risk but rather would gain them lots of profits. One of the many ways people make investments is through investing in real estates. There are a number of good reasons why people should choose to make this type of…
  • Reasons For Relocating

    Rowan
    20 Jan 2015 | 5:17 pm
      For instance a person might decide to relocate because they feel that they need to have a bigger and more spacious house or office premises. This could be because the business has expanded or the family is grown and the current house is not so nice to stay in anymore. At times an expectant family might decide to contract the providers of relocation services in Sydney simply because they want the new baby to be in a new house. For them they might be of the opinion that the new bundle of joy needs to be welcomed in a new house and not the same house that they were used to.Every once…
  • Factors to consider before buying a house

    Rowan
    11 Jan 2015 | 10:14 pm
    There comes a time when a man wants to have a family or provide shelter to the loved ones. Although people say that buying a house is often expensive as to when compared to building one, it is economical to buy one. Buying a house requires a large amount of capital as compared to building one, where the total cost is distributed to over certain duration of time. It is advisable to come up with some points to take into consideration when looking for houses for sale. The neighborhood must top the list of these factors. Buying a house is not like getting into the shop and selecting a valuable…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Outdoors International - Hunting and Fishing Consultants

  • Mike Ellig of Black Gold Sights

    Marc Warnke
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Mike Ellig is a very respected member of the archery community. As the owner of Black Gold Sights, he is a wealth of information on the technology as it developed in archery in general. Here is a except from the podcast he did with GotHunts.com where Mike talks about where it all started. […] “How […] Mike Ellig of Black Gold Sights GotHunts.com
  • Outfitter Report – Idaho Deer Season 2015

    Cory Glauner
    4 Jul 2015 | 2:46 pm
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Our first deer hunters of the season were GotHunts.com clients Bruce Templeton and Steve Pratico. I’ve had the pleasure of hunting mule deer with Bruce before. At 50 some yrs old, this man has ZERO issues with Idahos rugged mountains. You can see Bruce on one of GotHunts.com’s videos taking a cranker brown bear with […] Outfitter Report – Idaho Deer Season 2015 GotHunts.com
  • Outfit Your Rig to Be the Ultimate Hunting Vehicle

    Cory Glauner
    2 Jul 2015 | 11:47 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants You have all the necessary hunting equipment for your expedition, though you find your vehicle may not be quite up to par for trip. Here are some features to include when outfitting your rig to enhance your experience on any hunting trip: Cargo Carrier A spacious, well designed cargo carrier can be an incredibly useful […] Outfit Your Rig to Be the Ultimate Hunting Vehicle GotHunts.com
  • Kenton Clairmont – His Back Story and the Birth of Train to Hunt

    Marc Warnke
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:54 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Ever wonder what Kenton Clairmont’s back story was? Well, here you go. Kenton tells it all, in a transcript from one of our podcasts. “Well, man where do I start? I guess I could start with the humble beginnings that well I grew up at in a house that was supported by timber dollars and […] Kenton Clairmont – His Back Story and the Birth of Train to Hunt GotHunts.com
  • Long Range Bear Hunting Video

    Cory Glauner
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:17 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants By: Brock Akers | GotHunts.com Prostaffer Typically my spring is full of walleye fishing and yard work but I wanted to change it up some for 2015. After an unsuccessful draw for spring bear in my home state of Washington, I was headed to Idaho with an OTC black bear tag in my pocket. After […] Long Range Bear Hunting Video GotHunts.com
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Daily Bulletin

  • ABM Ammo Releases .260 Rem Ammunition with Berger Hybrids

    Editor
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:26 am
    Many tactical shooters have adopted the .260 Remington as an alternative to the heavier-recoiling .308 Winchester. The .260 Rem has also performed well in the hands of long-range High Power shooters such as SSG Sherri Jo Gallagher, past National High Power Champion. The .260 Remington is basically the .308 Win necked down to .264 (6.5 mm) caliber. It can launch very high-BC 130-142 grain projectiles at impressive velocities. The ballistics of the .260 Rem allow it to shoot flatter, with less wind drift, than typical .308 Win loads. For fans of the .260 Remington, very high-quality factory…
  • John Krieger Talks about Barrel-Making

    Editor
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:27 am
    At SHOT Show 2013 we had the chance to chat with legendary barrel-maker John Kreiger of Krieger Barrels. In this wide-ranging interview, John addressed a number of questions our readers often pose…. What is better for a 6mm, 0.236″ land or 0.237″ land? What are the pros/cons of various barrel types: 3-groove, 4-groove, 6-groove, 8-groove, and 5R? What types of land/groove configurations clean up more easily? (John says the 5R might be the winner there). John also discusses barrel cleaning and he explains why it’s unwise to pull a dirty brush back across your delicate…
  • RifleShooter.com Reviews New .30-Cal 175gr Tipped MatchKings

    Editor
    5 Jul 2015 | 11:25 am
    We know our readers are curious about the new Tipped MatchKings (TMKs) introduced by Sierra Bullets this year. Our friend Bill at Rifleshooter.com got hold of some of the .30-Cal 175-grain TMKs and tested them in his .308 Win rifle. He found the bullets were very consistent in weight. As for bearing surface, the SD was fairly low (.002″), but measurements varied from 0.400″ to 0.407″. Seven-thousandths variance is more than we like to see, as it may affect accuracy. Therefore we recommend you sort by bearing surface length before loading these in match rounds. READ Full…
  • National Matches Commence at Camp Perry on July 6th

    Editor
    5 Jul 2015 | 9:18 am
    The Yankee Lady, a restored B-17G Bomber, will wow the crowd at Camp Perry. First Shot Ceremony at Camp Perry The NRA National Rifle and Pistol Matches kick off Monday, July 6, 2014 at Camp Perry with the First Shot Ceremony. This will be a big affair, with pyrotechnics and a display of WWII military hardware. The celebration begins at 9:30 am, with music from the 122nd Army Band. The ceremony will formally start at 10:00 as First Shot Speaker, Congressman Robert Latta (Ohio), delivers his speech and fires the traditional first shot. Two WWII-era military aircraft will thunder overhead:…
  • Celebrate Independence Day — And Remember our History

    Editor
    4 Jul 2015 | 1:56 am
    Today, July 4th, we are celebrating a special birthday — the launching of a new nation that would become the world’s greatest exemplar of freedom and democracy. It is easy to lose sight of the challenges that faced our fore-fathers, and the continuing burdens we all share, as Americans, to maintain freedom at home and stand as an example to other peoples engaged in the struggle for democracy. It is more important than ever that we remember the ideals on which the nation was founded, and remember that our nation became great through the efforts and talents of a free citizenry.
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    TacticalGear.com News

  • What’s Propper B.Y.O.B.?

    Lauren Malm
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:01 am
      We’re proud to partner with Propper to bring you the B.Y.O.B. program. So what is it exactly? No, we’re not giving away free booze (although that’s not a bad idea). B.Y.O.B. stands for Build Your Own Bag, and with this program, you can get any Propper bag accessory 20% off on our site when you buy select Propper bags. Step One: Pick your shell From sling bags to rifle cases, there’s a bag for every role in Propper’s new bag collection. Check out all the eligible bags here: http://tacticalgear.com/propper-byob Step Two: Customize your kit Completely customize the kit by adding…
  • Bates’ Newest Release

    Lauren Malm
    22 May 2015 | 1:05 pm
      A day on duty is often unpredictable, but Bates’ newest release is equipped to handle it all. Allow us to introduce you to the brand’s biggest launch of the year, the fiercely aggressive Bates Strike boot. This style is the first to feature the Bates Endurance Performance System, a two-piece insole made up of dual-density EVA and open-cell memory foam. This combination footbed reduces overall fatigue in the foot, leg and joints so you can wear it all day comfortably.   The intimidating honeycomb upper isn’t just for show—the TPU mesh allows hot air to escape, keeping feet…
  • Introducing Condor Elite

    Lauren Malm
    30 Apr 2015 | 6:15 am
    As its name suggests, Condor Elite gear was designed to be elite, for our country’s elite. This premium line of tactical gear was first announced by its parent brand Condor at SHOT Show 2015, and the highly anticipated line just hit our site. The initial launch includes five bag styles and two different tactical flashlight models, all made in the USA with American-made materials. What sets it apart from other Condor gear, and other gear in general, is that this branch takes expensive, high-quality materials and brings them to market at an unbeatable price. While the tactical lights in this…
  • Boot Breakdown : The Salomon Forces Line

    Lauren Malm
    18 Apr 2015 | 2:22 pm
    From the wild to the field, Salomon boots are built to excel. Meeting end-user demand, the French company took existing boots in their expansive mountaineering and extreme sports repertoire and adapted them for tactical operations. From there, the Salomon Forces line was born. These boots caught on with first responders and quickly became some of our best-selling tactical boots. So what features make these boots stand out from the pack? Three Salomon technologies found in every Forces style come to mind immediately. Abrasion-Resistant Uppers While other brands have been leaning towards light,…
  • New Additions to the Oakley PRIZM Line

    Lauren Malm
    30 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Winter is over, the sun is shining and Oakley has just what you need to ring in the new season. In 2014, the brand launched its initial lineup of glasses featuring PRIZM lenses. This proprietary technology was developed after decades of color science research. By blocking specific color wavelengths, PRIZM lenses increase the natural acuity of the human eye. This Spring, Oakley released new styles featuring never-before-seen PRIZM lenses intended for daytime operations. The new models feature PRIZM daily polarized lenses that reduce glare in bright-light environments while simultaneously…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    A Man in the Woods

  • Super Rabbit

    26 Jun 2015 | 10:35 am
    What happens when you mix 3 baby rabbits, one big black snake and a really, really motivated momma rabbit? I was shocked.  The only thing missing in this video is the soundtrack from The Terminator. Makes me worry a bit about the next time I'm blowing a distressed rabbit call in the woods. +++A Man in the Woods with a Newfound Respect for Rabbits
  • Squirrel 911

    15 Jun 2015 | 2:11 pm
    I’m at work, fresh from a vacation.Phone rings.14 year old is in tears.Dog maimed a tomato-eating, pear stealing squirrel in the backyard.I’m instantly jealous since she got to hunt and I’m stuck at work.Squirrel is by base of tree, moving, but not well.14 year old says it has a broken leg. Being knowledgeable of both her limited orthopedic training and a fox squirrel’s will to run away from danger , I suspect internal wounds and a broken spine.“Give the phone to your little sister.”10 year old, the blood-thirsty one, concludes she is not strong enough to kill it.10 year old…
  • The Hitchhiker

    25 Mar 2015 | 11:58 am
    My location and timing were not ideal.  They never are.  You just have to play the hand you are dealt and proceed accordingly.I was exploring an unfamiliar area near my new deer stand.  I like to do this sort of thing in the off season since (i) it is fun and (ii) a lot can be learned about game trails, movement patterns of animals, etc. without spooking the game closer to actual deer season.  Plus, it was a beautiful, cool morning and snakes and chiggers were low on the list of concerns due to the temperature.Behind this stand is the thinner end of a gully.  As this…
  • Mixed Bag Hunting and Falconry, the Hard Way

    5 Mar 2015 | 1:38 pm
    "So how did you get a hog AND a rabbit?"Well... you just never know how an "average" day in the woods will turn out. The hunt started off like most hunts... the promise of a new day in the woods transitioning into quiet yet slight boredom. I start by the bridge heading behind the pond, downstream of the creek, heading towards the river.  Slowly, slowly moving just listening and looking.  It is so beautiful in there.  One of my favorite places.  A few ducks landed in the pond to my right.  Other than that, it was surprisingly quiet. At about 8:10, I finally saw a…
  • Conditioned Response in Buzzards

    12 Feb 2015 | 10:49 am
    I'm amazed at what animals "learn" with just a few repetitions (i.e. conditioned responses).Examples include:Pavlov's dogs salivating at the ringing of a bell after the sound is associated with food.Cats learning that if I catch them in my yard using a flowerbed as a toilet that it best to "run" before the barrage of curse words and bullets start.Grizzle bears coming to the sound of a rifle shot since they've learned to associate it with food (usually a fresh elk or mule deer gut pile or a slow, fat hunter).After a successful hog hunt this past weekend, I took two hog carcasses to the field…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Scout.com > Scout.com

  • Ronde Barber: EJ Manuel 'Scared to Deliver'

    6 Jul 2015 | 4:21 pm
    Ronde Barber believes that Jameis Winston is the exact opposite of EJ Manuel. Whereas Winston is fearless throwing the ball, Barber believes that Manuel is too timid and scared to deliver the football.
  • U.S. Women Changing Attitudes

    6 Jul 2015 | 4:05 pm
    The U.S. brought home its third World Cup Championship on Sunday. Can women's soccer and the NWSL use this win to build the sport and its reputation?
  • Michigan Athletics Make Move to Nike, Jordan Brand

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Michigan athletics announced its move to Nike athletic apparel company today starting August 1, 2016. U-M makes the move after spending the past eight years with Adidas. The move to Nike will be made by all of U-M's 31 athletic teams, and will also include the Jordan Brand "Jumpman" brand as part of the deal, which will apparel the men's and women's basketball teams.
  • Woods Finds Stride, Plus Open Preview

    6 Jul 2015 | 12:12 pm
    Tiger Woods played his best tournament in recent memory at the Greenbrier Classic and will try to overcome a deep, young field at the Open Championship.
  • Watch: Crashes Mar Stage 3 of Tour de France

    6 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Stage 3 of the Tour de France was temporarily suspended after FDJ rider William Bonnet caused a massive pile-up with 60 kilometers to go.
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Hunting and Conservation News

  • 5.11 Tactical Stryke Pants Review

    Kevin Paulson
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:38 pm
    Quality apparel comes from folks who are dedicated to creating purpose-driven gear and 5.11 Tactical hits it out of the park with The post 5.11 Tactical Stryke Pants Review appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
  • New Federal and Junior Duck Stamps are on Sale Now

    Kevin Paulson
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:39 am
    Ruddy ducks took center stage today for hunters, conservationists and stamp collectors as the new Federal Duck Stamp went on sale. The The post New Federal and Junior Duck Stamps are on Sale Now appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
  • Melissa Bachman talks the Hunting Life

    Kevin Paulson
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:55 pm
    Melissa Bachman is an accomplished huntress with a unique ability to share her love for the great outdoors and all things wild The post Melissa Bachman talks the Hunting Life appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
  • Fenix Lighting LD75C Flashlight Review

    Kevin Paulson
    25 Jun 2015 | 8:36 pm
    We had the opportunity to test out the LD75C Fenix flashlight for about 60 days through April and May and we are The post Fenix Lighting LD75C Flashlight Review appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
  • WY Women’s Antelope Hunt Gets Support From Warren Ranch

    HLNews
    24 Jun 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Laramie, Wyo. – Susan and Doug Samuelson, owners of the Warren Ranch outside of Cheyenne, continue to show dedication to Wyoming women The post WY Women’s Antelope Hunt Gets Support From Warren Ranch appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips

  • Pregnant Deer Poached, Twin Fawns Discarded

    Alan Clemons
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:16 pm
    The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking information about the poaching of a pregnant mule deer in Game Management Unit 19A, east of Chino Valley. Game and Fish officers are continuing to investigate the crime, and the department’s Operation Game Thief program is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible. On June 29, Game and Fish received a call regarding a dead doe. On June 30, officers found where the carcass had been dumped after the desirable meat had been removed. At the gut pile, officers discovered two, full-term fawns that were…
  • How to Buy the Right Hunting Boots

    Alan Clemons
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:59 pm
    Getting the right boots that fit, are warm and keep you comfortable are important no matter where you hunt. It’s pretty simple: if your feet are wet, cold or hurting then you’re going to be a disappointed puppy trying to hunt a deer, no matter how tough you are or think you are. That’s why buying the right hunting boots is pretty darn important. Deer seasons are about to open this month in California and Florida, and then the floodgates will open in August and September. Whammo! Deer season is here! So, are your boots ready for another hunting season? Were they teetering on…
  • Dan Schmidt: 3 Ways to Become a Better Bowhunter

    D&DH Editor Dan Schmidt
    5 Jul 2015 | 7:42 pm
    The sight every bowhunter wants to see: A blood-soaked arrow that hit its mark. (photo courtesy of Cory Johnson/Smokey Valley Archery) You don’t have to be a world-class archer to become a deer hunting machine. In fact, the most successful deer hunters are those who develop proficient shooting skills then use their woodsmanship and knowledge of deer anatomy to do the rest. By Daniel E. Schmidt Here are three things you can do this weekend to up your bowhunting game. 1. Study whitetail anatomy and know your exact limits when bowhunting. If your bow only shoots tight broadhead groups out to…
  • How You Can Help Minimize Fawn Mortality

    admin
    5 Jul 2015 | 7:00 pm
    A scene some believe is too prevalent in the Southeast and elsewhere. As with most mammals, white-tailed deer tend to produce more young than can be expected to survive. Although the reasons vary regionally, a high proportion of fawns born each year fail to survive to weaning age. In some cases, formerly overabundant deer populations have stabilized, if not declined, principally because of recent increases in newborn mortality rates. By John Ozoga In effect, some such losses prove beneficial, especially on private land where hunters have limited access or, for whatever reason, don’t harvest…
  • Stock Up on Your Favorite DDH Logo Gear!

    Alan Clemons
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:06 am
      Celebrate the July 4 weekend with great deals in shopdeerhunting.com on some of the coolest deer hunting gear anywhere and show off your love of Deer & Deer Hunting! Just for this weekend only you can get 50 percent off DDH-logoed apparel and other gear in this big blowout sale. That includes caps and awesome decals, too! Check it out here!The post Stock Up on Your Favorite DDH Logo Gear! appeared first on Deer & Deer Hunting | Whitetail Deer Hunting Tips.
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    blog.cherrytreecountryclothing.com

  • Summer dog walking along the beach!

    Bethan
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:50 am
    Do you have summer dog walking plans? Perhaps enjoying a part of the coastal path or enjoying a national trail forest walk?  Whatever your plans might be, it’s important to make sure you’re wearing the right clothing and footwear so... Continue Reading → The post Summer dog walking along the beach! appeared first on .
  • Bunkhouses are coming of age

    Guest
    24 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    Regular users of the wonderful, and quite often breath-taking, UK countryside including hikers, bikers, climbers or general outdoors type people, have almost certainly spent a night in a bunkhouse or hostel. Getting your head down and resting weary feet after... Continue Reading → The post Bunkhouses are coming of age appeared first on .
  • A Shooters Delight Summer Barbecue!

    Bethan
    19 Jun 2015 | 7:16 am
    Pheasant & Potato Kebabs with a side of ‘fruity’ chilli sauce – delightfull! Research suggests that pheasants are the most widely shot birds in the UK. Although the pheasant shooting season within England, Wales and Scotland is from the 1st... Continue Reading → The post A Shooters Delight Summer Barbecue! appeared first on .
  • The top 3 North Wales walks and your Grisport walking boots!

    Bethan
    8 Jun 2015 | 1:29 pm
    With the weather speedily warming up and the meteorological summer now started (From the 1st June), it may just be the right time time to dig out your Grisport boots and enjoy our top 3 suggested North Wales walking spots!... Continue Reading → The post The top 3 North Wales walks and your Grisport walking boots! appeared first on .
  • Introducing Grisport Boots Safety Range

    Bethan
    28 May 2015 | 1:28 pm
    Safety Footwear for everyday wear! Introducing the Grisport boots and shoes ‘safety footwear’ range! It could be the case that your job involves being on your feet all day long, perhaps standing for long periods on hard or damp concrete... Continue Reading → The post Introducing Grisport Boots Safety Range appeared first on .
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    www.GunsandOptics.com

  • Louisiana Hunters May Now Carry Any Caliber Firearm During Archery Season

    Mark Griffin
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:09 am
    Louisiana is widely known as the Sportsman’s Paradise and that’s why we’ve continuously worked to strengthen and protect the fundamental right to bear arms for all Louisianians,” said Governor Jindal at the signing. “This proposed legislation removes unnecessary restrictions on law abiding hunters and will allow them to continue to exercise their second amendment rights while bow hunting in Louisiana. On Monday, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed SB 212, a bill that removed the restrictions preventing hunters from carrying larger-caliber firearms during archery season. Read the…
  • Hunters Could Be Limited To One Middle Creek Goose Per Season In Pennsylvania

    Mark Griffin
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:47 am
      The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave preliminary approval to a one-per-season limit on geese within the controlled goose hunting area at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area, in the southeastern part of the state. If given final approval, the change would take effect in the 2015-16 hunting season. Hunters still will be selected by lottery to hunt from blinds within the controlled goose hunting area and, has been the case, each can harvest only one goose per day. Read more at – www.ammoland.com Originally Published…
  • SIG Sauer 516 Carbon TS Review

    Mark Griffin
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:24 am
    Difficult to mount rails to, relatively brittle and prohibitively expensive, the material can be a tough sell. However, it’s also astoundingly lightweight, conducts little heat and when it does, maintains its shape better than steel. AR-15 rifles were some of the first firearms to feature carbon fiber, but in their original form, were a poor host. Original Colt M16A1-based rifles are well-balanced due to their government-profile, pencil barrel. This makes the weight-savings afforded by carbon fiber superfluous. Today, however, many modern AR-15 rifles feature heavy bull barrels or…
  • BREAKING: CWD Confirmed in Texas Deer

    Mark Griffin
    3 Jul 2015 | 1:05 am
    Tests for Chronic Wasting Disease taken from a white-tailed deer in Texas have been confirmed positive, resulting in the first case in the species in one of the nation’s biggest deer hunting states. The tests were confirmed and announced by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officials. The deer was in Medina County and tests were done at the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL) in College Station, and the National Veterinary Services Laboratory in Ames, Iowa, confirmed the findings on June 30. Originally Shared…
  • New Nightforce SHV 4-14×56 – The Under $1000 Nightforce

    Mark Griffin
    3 Jul 2015 | 12:55 am
    The Nightforce SHV (Shooter Hunter Varminter) is the first spending plans scope to be presented in the Nightforce line. While numerous individuals, me included, don’t consider degrees offering in the $1000 dollar territory as a financial plan optic; the SHV arrangement does speak to a huge reserve funds over their current closest similar offering, which is the Nightforce NXS arrangement that begin around $1600 and go up to $2500 relying upon the design. Pros         Models available for below $1000 dollars         MOA reticle alternatives         Illuminated…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    GotHunts.com

  • Mike Ellig of Black Gold Sights

    Marc Warnke
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Mike Ellig is a very respected member of the archery community. As the owner of Black Gold Sights, he is a wealth of information on the technology as it developed in archery in general. Here is a except from the podcast he did with GotHunts.com where Mike talks about where it all started. […] “How […] Mike Ellig of Black Gold Sights GotHunts.com
  • Outfitter Report – Idaho Deer Season 2015

    Cory Glauner
    4 Jul 2015 | 2:46 pm
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Our first deer hunters of the season were GotHunts.com clients Bruce Templeton and Steve Pratico. I’ve had the pleasure of hunting mule deer with Bruce before. At 50 some yrs old, this man has ZERO issues with Idahos rugged mountains. You can see Bruce on one of GotHunts.com’s videos taking a cranker brown bear with […] Outfitter Report – Idaho Deer Season 2015 GotHunts.com
  • Outfit Your Rig to Be the Ultimate Hunting Vehicle

    Cory Glauner
    2 Jul 2015 | 11:47 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants You have all the necessary hunting equipment for your expedition, though you find your vehicle may not be quite up to par for trip. Here are some features to include when outfitting your rig to enhance your experience on any hunting trip: Cargo Carrier A spacious, well designed cargo carrier can be an incredibly useful […] Outfit Your Rig to Be the Ultimate Hunting Vehicle GotHunts.com
  • Kenton Clairmont – His Back Story and the Birth of Train to Hunt

    Marc Warnke
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:54 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants Ever wonder what Kenton Clairmont’s back story was? Well, here you go. Kenton tells it all, in a transcript from one of our podcasts. “Well, man where do I start? I guess I could start with the humble beginnings that well I grew up at in a house that was supported by timber dollars and […] Kenton Clairmont – His Back Story and the Birth of Train to Hunt GotHunts.com
  • Long Range Bear Hunting Video

    Cory Glauner
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:17 am
    GotHunts.com - Outdoors International Hunting Consultants By: Brock Akers | GotHunts.com Prostaffer Typically my spring is full of walleye fishing and yard work but I wanted to change it up some for 2015. After an unsuccessful draw for spring bear in my home state of Washington, I was headed to Idaho with an OTC black bear tag in my pocket. After […] Long Range Bear Hunting Video GotHunts.com
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Good Game Hunting

  • Man in Alaska May be Infected with Tularemia

    Rex Trulove
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:26 am
    According to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game, a resident of the state has gotten sick after skinning a hare. Officials believe that he might be infected with tularemia. ADF&G points to the fact that Colorado has already reported an outbreak of Tularemia this year, with 11 cases reported since the month of May. This makes the outbreak in Colorado a major issue. More cases are being reported in New Mexico as well. Considering the distance from Alaska to New Mexico or Colorado, it is easy to see that tularemia is a wide-spread bacterial contagion that can occur almost anywhere.
  • CWD Found in Captive Deer in Texas

    Rex Trulove
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:22 am
    A white tailed deer that was part of a private deer breeding herd has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease, according to Texas Parks & Wildlife. This is the first time that a deer that is part of a captive herd has been confirmed to have CWD, in Texas. It is routine to have samples sent in for analysis from deer from captive herds as well as those from wild deer and that was what happened in the case of this deer from Medina County. The samples were sent to the Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory, which is operated at Texas A&M University. Initial indications were that…
  • Dinosaur Hunting – the Guns of Jurassic World

    Dakota Potts
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:29 am
    Reviving over 20 years of nostalgia, Jurassic World came out of the gate with a record setting opening weekend. Watching the movie, I know I couldn’t be the only one considering the ages old debate: What gun would you take dinosaur hunting? This article will be as light as possible on spoilers. The Guns Used in Jurassic World The first thing we can do is take a look at the choices made by the various groups on the island. Lots of their choices make good logistical sense and some interesting firearms make an appearance. The Marlin .45-70 Owen Grady’s Marlin – Owen Grady, one…
  • Grouse and Pheasant Numbers are up in North Dakota

    Rex Trulove
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:00 pm
    Upland game bird hunters and others have received a double dose of really good news from the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. The first part has to do with pheasants and the second part is in regard to sharp-tailed grouse. With the upland game bird consensus counts done and the numbers counted, the number of pheasants in North Dakota in 2015 has increased by 10 percent over last year’s numbers, state wide. There was an increase of 2-12 percent per area, so the population of the popular game birds has increased in all areas of the state. This great news indicates that there was very…
  • Brady Center Lawsuit Against Lucky Gunner Dismissed, Brady Center Ordered to Pay Reimbursements

    Dakota Potts
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:21 pm
    According to a press release on luckygunner.com, a lawsuit brought against them by the Brady Center was dismissed in court. The Brady Center was ordered to pay $111,971.10 to Lucky Gunner as a partial reimbursement for their legal fees, which Lucky Gunner says have totaled over $150,000 of their own money. The judge in the case ruled that it was an obvious political stunt, stating: “It is apparent that this case was filed to pursue the political purposes of the Brady Center and, given the failure to present any cognizable legal claim, bringing these defendants [Lucky Gunner] into the…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Guns, Glass, & Gear

  • Barrett Training at EuroOptic

    admin
    19 Jun 2015 | 11:55 am
    The post Barrett Training at EuroOptic appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
  • Aimpoint Patrol Rifle Optic (PRO) For AR-15 Rifles

    Mark Griffin
    8 May 2015 | 9:57 am
    In the last few years the red dot rifle sight has become significantly more popular. Red dot sales have grown exponentially since advent of the civilian marketed AR-15 rifle. Aimpoint Red Dots have led the way in innovation and quality for this new trend and have become one of the foremost authorities on the red […] The post Aimpoint Patrol Rifle Optic (PRO) For AR-15 Rifles appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
  • Accuracy International Wins Queen’s Award

    EuroOptic
    5 May 2015 | 5:24 am
    EuroOptic congratulates Accuracy International Ltd., maker of premium tactical rifles and accessories, for their winning of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the spring of 2015. This award is given in three categories: international trade, innovation, and sustainable development, and Accuracy International was ultimately selected for the receipt of their award for their efforts in […] The post Accuracy International Wins Queen’s Award appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
  • Kimber Mountain Ascent – The Best Hunting Rifle Within $1800

    Mark Griffin
    11 Mar 2015 | 8:23 pm
    Kimber Manufacturing has long been known for their excellence in 1911 production, but has made great strides in producing high grade hunting rifles as well. This year Kimber is releasing their newest model in their Mountain line, the Mountain Ascent. The Ascent is a true mountain rifle and performs as such. The Ascent at around […] The post Kimber Mountain Ascent – The Best Hunting Rifle Within $1800 appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
  • Aimpoint Red Dot Rifle Sight – Must for AR-15

    Mark Griffin
    5 Feb 2015 | 9:56 am
    In the last few years the red dot rifle sight has become significantly more popular. Red dot sales have grown exponentially since advent of the civilian marketed AR-15 rifle. Aimpoint Red Dots have led the way in innovation and quality for this new trend and have become one of the foremost authorities on the red […] The post Aimpoint Red Dot Rifle Sight – Must for AR-15 appeared first on Guns, Glass, & Gear.
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Wide Open Spaces

  • The Myths and Realities of Blaze Orange [VIDEO]

    Rebekah Lewis
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Ever wonder just how effective your blaze orange gear is? Check out these myths and realities.  Got any blaze orange hunting gear? You most likely do, but do you really know how and if the products work? Take a moment and watch this cool and educational video that examines blaze orange clothing and equipment, shooting down the myths and sharing the benefits along the way. This is an excellent video to share with new hunters and veterans alike on hunting safety and product effectiveness. Remember, your safety always comes first! NEXT: Can This Antler-Locked Deer Be Saved from the Coyotes…
  • World’s Worst Revolver: The Absolutely Horrible Rohm .22 Short Revolver [VIDEO]

    Eric Nestor
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:00 pm
    What is the world’s worst revolver? This Rohm .22 short revolver is hard to beat in that category. See this absolutely horrendous revolver in action on this video and be glad you do not own one. Imported years ago, this small revolver is made by a company named Rohm in Germany. Chambered for the .22 short cartridge, the power level was non-existent. Made from cheap pot metal, the guns came apart easily. Reliability was not there at all. Pull the trigger and it may or may not fire. This revolver was an epic fail and was not built to last. NEXT: First-Time Smith & Wesson 500 Magnum…
  • Compilation of Non-Fatal Car Crashes Caused by Deer and Moose [PICS]

    Mateja Lane
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:30 pm
    Car collisions caused by deer, moose, or elk are extremely common. Here are some examples of why you should always be vigilant when driving on any road.  Car collisions with deer and other members of the Cervidae family happen all the time. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are roughly 26,000 injuries per year relating to accidents involving wildlife. The English language even has an idiom: Like a deer in headlights. Here is a compilation list of car collisions with deer and moose. Stay vigilant when driving your car; deer eyes reflect but moose eyes do not.
  • You Will Never Want to Eat a Banana Again After Seeing This [VIDEO]

    Alex Burton
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:00 pm
    What would you do if a spider burst out of the banana you were about to eat? It is a fear that a lot of people, especially those with arachnophobia, have. You grab yourself a piece of fruit for a quick snack only to find it hijacked by a spider. It is rather common for insects to get trapped in the harvest and shipping process of many types of produce, but most don’t survive the encounter to do any harm. What if you find the lucky one that did though? In this video, this is exactly what happens. Someone grabs a banana off their counter and catches what looks like something moving around…
  • Crazy Footage Of Mule Deer Breaking Through Frozen River In Colorado [VIDEO]

    John McAdams
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Check out this crazy footage captured of a mule deer breaking through a frozen river in Colorado. Sometimes you get to witness some very interesting and rare events in nature by simply sitting outside and observing what is going on around you. This hunter obtained this crazy footage of a mule deer breaking through a frozen river in Colorado in this manner. Watch the video to see if the deer survives his fall into the frozen river. As far as we know, the first deer survived his fall through the ice. However, things were not looking too good for the other buck. Have you ever seen an animal…
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Best Rifle Scope

  • You Too, Can Be a Master Shotgunner

    Logan
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:36 am
    I missed the same quail four times on a single rise. I did this with a 20-gauge over-under Browning shotgun, which is unusual although I am sure many quail have been missed four times with autoloaders or pumpguns. By telling you how I missed the quail I hope to explain why I have long been […] The post You Too, Can Be a Master Shotgunner appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • Comprehensive Guide to Rifle Scopes

    Logan
    9 Jun 2015 | 9:25 am
    Rifle scopes are optical sighting devices that enable a hunter or gunman to see long-distance targets telescopically, thus even from afar they’re able to shoot or “snipe” at them with eerie precision. They’re essentially a combination of lens, eyepieces or oculars, reticle markings, illumination technology, and so forth. Nowadays, many firearm users have some kind […] The post Comprehensive Guide to Rifle Scopes appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • Air Rifle Owners Guide – Information you MUST Know

    Logan
    2 Jun 2015 | 6:41 pm
    People often ask me “how can I become more accurate with my shooting” my answer is a boring one and I can always see the person’s disappointment straight away and that’s you’ll never become an accurate shooter without practice. Now this answer is a little simple but I will explain the reason why I give […] The post Air Rifle Owners Guide – Information you MUST Know appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • How To Sight In A Scope

    Logan
    21 May 2015 | 10:26 pm
    How many different methods have you heard of when it comes to how to sight in a scope? Probably a lot, just as we have. There are a lot of opinions on how to sight in a scope, but there are a lot of different needs for sighting in that scope. Some folks want to […] The post How To Sight In A Scope appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • Survival Tips: The Ultimate Guide to Survival

    Logan
    30 Apr 2015 | 8:25 pm
    Hunting and Survival Tips The key to survival is preparation. Oftentimes, however, being in a survival situation means that you may not have the necessary tools or equipment at your immediate disposal. Proper survival training and know how allows you to use the items in your environment to your advantage. Such knowledge is invaluable and […] The post Survival Tips: The Ultimate Guide to Survival appeared first on Best Rifle Scope.
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    Top Hunting Dog Breeds

  • Shed Hunting Dogs

    Top Hunting Dog Breeds
    22 Jun 2015 | 9:10 am
    What are the best Shed Hunting Dogs? There has been a lot of hype in recent times about shed hunting, a majorly lucrative sport. If you are a lucky enough hunter to run into a large whitetail shed, you could sell that shed for upwards of 5,000 dollars. Shed hunters spread across the world and collect shed from deer and even reindeer and moose. As the reward is so great shed hunting has become extremely popular. Because of this we thought we would share our knowledge about shed hunting dogs Firstly, what exactly is shed hunting? Each springtime, male deer shed their antlers. This is a…
  • Hunting Dog Breeds

    Top Hunting Dog Breeds
    10 Jun 2015 | 7:28 am
    Top Hunting Dog Breeds Here at Top Hunting Dog Breeds we want to provide you with the most up to date and highest quality information about hunting dogs. History of hunting dog breeds Hunting dogs were firstly bred as working dogs and to help us hunt animals. Today there are huge numbers of different types of hunting dog, which are adapted to varying climates and terrains. Some dogs are better to hunt birds and some better to hunt other animals such as wild boars. Each dog breed has been bred carefully to optimise traits such as strength, speed, smell and hearing. Sight Hounds Sight hounds…
  • Boar Hunting Dogs

    Top Hunting Dog Breeds
    10 Jun 2015 | 6:40 am
    Find the best Boar Hunting Dogs   When considering what type of dog to hunt wild boars with you must consider that boars are large and powerful animals. They are dangerous as they have sharp tusks, which a boar will not think twice about using to defend itself. #1 Pit Bull The Pit Bull is number one on our boar hunting dogs list as this dog has a strong, muscular build, excellent for taking down a boar. Not only is the Pit Bull’s body strong, but so is it’s bite! When they bite, they clamp down and lock their jaws. They then shake their prey. Pit Bull’s should be well…
  • Duck Hunting Dogs

    Top Hunting Dog Breeds
    10 Jun 2015 | 5:21 am
    TopHuntingDogBreeds.com has compiled a list of 4 brilliant duck hunting dogs. Consider this list if you are just starting your search for duck hunting dogs, or similarly if you are an acclaimed hunter who has already owned different hunting dog breeds in the past. This list has been thoroughly researched in order to give our users an informative guide to duck hunting dogs. Start your search for the best hunting dog for you here. Before making a purchase make sure you also research different dog breeds concisely. Your dog will be a companion, not only for hunting but for your every day life!
  • Types of Hunting Dogs

    Top Hunting Dog Breeds
    10 Jun 2015 | 5:12 am
    Top HuntingDogBreeds has compiled a list of types of Hunting Dogs for our users. There are many different types of hunting dogs. This list attempts to describe each dog’s characteristics, their skill sets, as well as what kind of hunting the dog is best suited to. Here is our list of different types of hunting dogs: #1 Beagle Beagles are the quintessentially British hunting dog and iconic out of all the types of hunting dogs. These dogs are immensely energetic and persistent. They are thoroughly determined during the hunt and you can tell they really love the chase. Beagles are…
 
  • add this feed to my.Alltop

    LandToHunt Blog

  • Rules vary for getting a hunting license

    Ben Baker
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:17 am
    If you hunt, you probably know what the regulations are in your state to get a hunting license. But what about other states?
  • Getting the most from self guided hunting properties

    Ben Baker
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:37 am
    Unless you're the kind of hunter who has a big wallet, hiring a hunting guide is something that happens once in a great while or on a trip of a lifetime. Most of us spend our time in the woods handling everything ourself. If you're hunting on land you are familiar with, then running the whole show is not a big issue. However, when you step away from terra familiar, things change and change a lot. Here's a list of things you need to know and do when heading out for a self guided hunt.
  • Unused Ranch Land? Make Money With it During Hunting Season!

    26 Jun 2015 | 10:37 am
    Land is one of the best investments a person can make, assuming of course that the land can generate income or be developed into something profitable. Since the value of the property is largely based on income, increasing the cash flow generated by your property will translate into an increase in your properties value. If someone has unused ranch or farm land then it is not providing any benefit to the owner's bank account. However, it is possible to lease that land during hunting season, which can turn that unused ranch land into a money-generating property overnight, and that…
  • The 'how to' on getting and giving hunting permission for wild hogs

    Ben Baker
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    Wild hogs are a menace. Talk to any farmer who tries to raise crops where these animals are found and the horror stories abound. According to Texas A&M, farmers and ranchers in Texas lose an estimated $52M annually due to feral hogs. Here's the thing. There are hunters everywhere who'd love to give these imported animals a case of lead poisoning. Farmers and private landowners would like to see them gone, but also don't want someone tearing up their crops and running all over their land creating as many problems as the hogs. So how can a hunter find land to hunt and a…
  • Movement vs. scents when hunting deer

    Ben Baker
    17 Jun 2015 | 4:30 am
    The deer hunting world is almost divided into two camps over the use of scents. Some swear by cover scents. Others swear by scent eliminators.
Log in