Published on Thursday, March 26, 2015by Brodie Swisher
Little boys and slingshots are one of the greatest combinations on God’s green earth. I typically put slingshots in the same category as a fishing pole. Every little boy ought to have the opportunity to dabble with one before the age of 10. I’m pretty sur
Published on Friday, March 20, 2015by Brodie Swisher
It wasn’t too many years ago that salt was pretty much the only mineral option deer hunters were aware of for whitetail deer. Things have changed in the last 10-15 years and there’s now a plethora of mineral options on the market for deer hunters wanting
Published on Monday, March 09, 2015by Teri Lancaster
About the time cabin fever kicks in for many hunters across the country, Florida hunters are already kicking off some of their most exciting hunting days of the year. Ever thought of tackling the many opportunities Florida’s spring hunting season offers?
Published on Thursday, March 05, 2015by Tyler Frantz
Aside from killing a great buck, there’s no better feeling than finding his sheds. I’ll never forget the exhilaration I felt the day I found a matching set of 140-inch antlers on Pennsylvania public land a few years ago. Aside from a few trail cam photos,
With turkey season still a month away in most parts of the country, you would think the local turkey population would be free of worry for at least a few more weeks. But that wasn’t the case for one bunch of birds as they recently fed on the edge of a foo
Published on Thursday, February 26, 2015by Brodie Swisher
You’re addicted to your smartphone, right? Honestly, what was life like before we had phones with the world of communication at our fingertips? Despite a few old-school haters of smartphones, the fact is they are a life-saver.
Published on Friday, February 20, 2015by Brodie Swisher
The 2015 NWTF Convention is in the books. It was honestly one of the best shows yet. I enjoyed catching up with some old friends, making some new ones, and seeing some cool new products for turkey hunting, bowfishing, predator hunting, and more. Here’s a
Published on Monday, February 09, 2015by Justin Zarr
Food and sitting in a tree for hours amounting well into the triple digits each fall each fall are two things I’m all too familiar with. So today we look at the pros and cons of the top 10 treestand foods.
Published on Monday, January 26, 2015by Patrick Durkin
By now we expect some absurdity and fantasy in our wolf-management programs, but December’s federal court ruling that returned Great Lakes wolves to the Endangered Species List is likely the silliest decision yet.
Published on Wednesday, January 21, 2015by Mike Willand
Whatever the reason for eating buck tag soup may be, the great thing about hunting is that as one year ends, another is quickly taking shape. Forget tag soup and make 2015 the greatest season of your life.
Published on Monday, January 12, 2015by Brodie Swisher
After three days of walking around the world’s biggest archery and bowhunting trade show, I find myself encouraged by the experience. No, I didn’t really come away with any mind-blowing technology or radical product concepts. Yes, I saw plenty of great ge
Published on Friday, January 09, 2015by Brodie Swisher
Day one is in the books for the 2015 ATA Show in Indy. We’ve scoured the show floor and laid eyes on a seemingly endless supply of gear for the archery and bowhunting industry. While I honestly didn’t come across any products today that blew me away, ther