Aug 212016
Boot Up! The Best Hunting Boots Reviewed

Some of my least favorite hunting experiences can be blamed on the same bad decision: not wearing my best hunting boots. You don’t really appreciate having dry feet until you’ve soaked yours crossing a creek in late November. And I’m still not sure I understand why a metal tree stand in the wind feels like […]

Aug 192016
Digital Scouting Camera Reviews

When it comes to hunting success, scouting is essential. That arduous task has been improved dramatically by the digital scouting camera, which records images and video of game long after the hunter has left the field. In this article we’ll cover important features of scouting cameras, and then review bestselling models from Primos, Bushnell, Moultrie, […]

Aug 152016
Handheld GPS for Hunting

Of all the somewhat technologically advanced gear I take into the field, my handheld GPS unit has a sort of special status. While useful for hunting, this is something I carry mainly to ensure that I make it back to the truck. Some of the areas that I hunt are thousands of acres in size, […]

Sep 162013
Ground Blinds for Bow Hunting

Opening morning of this year’s bowhunting season, and nothing seemed to go right. I set two alarms for 5 a.m., which would give me plenty of time to get into the woods an hour before sunrise. Somehow I slept through both and got up 45 minutes late. Rushing out (no time even for coffee), I […]

Aug 042013
Hunting Binoculars Reviews

A pair of good hunting binoculars is indispensable for hunters in the field. This may be the most important piece of gear in your inventory, and there are a lot of choices. What magnification is right? Should you choose a porro prism or roof prism? How important is it for binoculars to be waterproof, or shockproof? […]