Month: August 2016

  Fire has always been one of our greatest survival assets, and even today, getting a fire started can still mean life or death in some situations. As vital as fire is, getting one started can still be fairly difficult depending on the conditions. Fortunately, there are a myriad of ways to get a fire […]

  Trust is THE most important aspect when it comes to choosing gear. We take our reputation very seriously, and we want to be the best we can be while outfitting you with every piece of gear you need. This week we received our third straight position on the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in […]

  By Nancy Jo Adams Using a backpack that is improperly fitted for the female hunter’s torso length can cause shoulder fatigue, back, and/or hip pain. It is not only vital that your backpack fits your body type properly; it is also important that the pack is designed for the type of hunting you plan […]

  A hunting camp is a hunter’s sanctuary away from home. It can take many forms. Some hunters travel to hunting cabins and repurposed shacks as the season gets underway, while others rough it with tents in a primitive campsite. However you choose to arrange your hunting camp, there are plenty of essentials that you’ll […]

  By Jason Herbert “SLAM!” The gigantic splash shattered the silence of the otherwise calm lake. Like a cinder block had just attached itself to my line, my 7 weight fly rod bent in half and the game was on. I had challenged myself to catch a pike on a fly rod this summer, and […]

  By Rob Boyle Welcome back to your ultimate source of information on all things archery and bow hunting! The last three articles dealt with the various parts of a bow, terminology used within the industry, and what to look for when you are buying your first bow. In addition, I talked about arrow selection […]

  Tips For Cooking And Hanging Out Without A Campfire There is nothing more joyous than perfectly executing a campfire meal over the open coals of a fire pit. The sizzle and smell of cast iron or the fun of hot dogs and smores on sticks will draw the whole crew around the fire pit […]