How to act and react with anti-hunters on social media

There’s nothing like having a great day in the field or woods and want to share your success with all your friends on your social media page but to only get slammed by some anti-hunters that don’t agree with what you’re doing.  I am sure it makes you mad at some of the things they… Read more »

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    Markhor Hunting Backpacks, Katmai Evolution II Review

    Being prepared is essential for everything we do in life and having a way to carry the items we need is just as important. The Markhor Hunting Backpacks are great comfortable packs with plenty of storage and even a few little extra hidden options that help protect the gear we need for our adventures. The Markhor… Read more »

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    Posted on April 22, 2016 by
  • How To Prepare Your compound bow for storage

    Prepare Your Compound Bow For Storage and Maintenance

    The bow season is over and what should you do with your bow? Preparation for compound bow maintenance and storage is key to a successful hunt and also keeping your bow shooting straight for years to come.  How you store it and where you store it is also key.  You can ruin a bow easily… Read more »

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    Posted on March 29, 2016 by
  • NOMAD Syncrate Review

    NOMAD Syncrate Hoodie Review

    WIND!! The one thing that bugs me the most when I am hunting or just trying to enjoy the outside.  The wind can turn any nice day into a cold and miserable day and I just wanted something that would block that wind. There are way too many windbreakers out there that claim to block… Read more »

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    Posted on March 4, 2016 by
  • WoolX Merino Wool

    WoolX Merino Wool 1/4 Zip Top Review

    WoolX is offering supreme comfort in extreme conditions with Merino Wool.  With a vast selection of garments for men and women, WoolX Merino Wool will keep you warm and dry for all situations. I have used WoolX in the past as seen on another review here, so I didn’t hesitate to try it again.  This time in… Read more »

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    Posted on January 25, 2016 by
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    The Unsportsmanlike Hunter

    How many times are we watching a football game and see a penalty for “unsportsmanlike conduct” or what they are calling a lot these day as “taunting”? We all get furious when we see someone from the opposing team dancing or acting like are the best ever after making a great play.  Dare I say… Read more »

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    Posted on January 12, 2016 by
  • XShot Sport GoPro Pole

    XShot Sport GoPro Pole Review

    With today’s need to video or photo everything, sometimes the ability to see it all is based on how long your arms are.  I am reviewing the XShot Sport GoPro Pole to help me reach out further for those times when the fish is just too big.Upon first inspection, you can immediately tell why the… Read more »

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    Posted on January 8, 2016 by
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    Review of the Boot Suits from Rimlo Products

    As a lifelong sufferer of CHCF, which is otherwise nonscientifically known as Cold Hands Cold Feet, I have been down every avenue for trying out all the tricks to help to stay warm.  With hunting in Illinois, we get subjected to conditions that require a little extra work than just a good pair of socks… Read more »

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    Posted on December 11, 2015 by
  • hunter's worst enemy

    A Hunter’s Worst Enemy

    Who are the hunter’s worst enemy?  In most cases it’s other hunters. It’s that time of year again when the success of some brings out the hate of many.  It’s deer season all around and it’s when the worst in hunters really shows its face.  It never fails when a lucky hunter shows their success,… Read more »

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    Posted on November 17, 2015 by
  • everything in my scent crusher ozone gear bag

    Getting Dressed Before The Hunt and Staying Scent Free

    When do you get dressed before your hunt and are you staying scent free? Walking into the small town gas station early on a weekend morning this time of year and you will usually find a bunch of hunters running in and out getting their morning coffee and snacks to have in the stand.  How… Read more »

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    Posted on October 30, 2015 by
  • Hunter's Crate

    Opening up Hunter’s Crate

    We’ve all seen these monthly clubs before.  They come in pretty much everything from a jelly of the month club to even beer.  The last couple years I have been starting to see more specialized clubs form that reach outdoorsmen groups like us.  Now hunters finally have something from Hunter’s Crate. – HOW IT WORKS… Read more »

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    Posted on October 7, 2015 by
  • Fishing with Man-Pack

    Gear Review – Outdoors With The Man-PACK 2.0 Stalker

    Gear review of the Man-PACK 2.0 Stalker Not all packs are created equal as I have learned and we all pretty much know by now.  There are specialty packs for every situation, every style of hunt or types of traveling.  The Man-PACK is one of those packs that for me, fills in the gap between all… Read more »

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    Posted on September 21, 2015 by
  • Old Wooden Ladder Stand

    Hunting Memories. Remembering That First Deer

    After over 30 years hunting, that day still is clearer in my mind than pretty much most of them.  It’s for sure in my top 5 hunting memories that include both my kids first deer and a big one or two.  I still remember that day like it was yesterday. It was my turn to… Read more »

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    Posted on September 17, 2015 by
  • Paleo Meals To Go

    Eating in the Field With Paleo Meals To Go

    Spending time in the field for a few hours or a few days will make anyone hungry.  Having a meal readily available is usually a problem.  At least something other than a candy bar that’s been melted and smashed 10 times in the bottom of your pack.  I for one, prefer a meal that has some substance, tastes… Read more »

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    Posted on September 14, 2015 by
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    Checking Your Prusik Knot On Safety Rope

    As more and more hunters are practicing treestand safety, the use of safety ropes like the Lifeline from Hunter Safety System are also becoming more popular.  Which is a good thing as you should know by now, most treestand falls happen while climbing in and out of the stand.  These safety lines are used to… Read more »

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    Posted on September 5, 2015 by
  • 3rd main beam buck trailcam

    What Is a 3rd Main Beam Buck?

    Have you heard people talk about deer with a “3rd Main Beam”? With most deer hunters out there, you hear most of them talking about deer with a 3rd main beam .  Some will even try and convince you that it’s an actual 3rd antler on that deer.  So what is it actually. The “3rd… Read more »

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    Posted on August 31, 2015 by