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The Korkers Ultra Ice Cleat System offers secure performance that similar cleat models simply can’t.  By David Link The use of crampons or ice cleats has become increasingly common with hikers and joggers who want to stay active even when the elements hit. Ice cleats are easily attached to and removed from any footwear you own, and in a matter of […]

A challenging hike with the Korkers Snowmageddon Boots and a following review. By David Link A thin sheet of ice and snow covered the winding mountain road to the trailhead. In the backseat alongside my pack, a new pair of Korkers Snowmageddon Boots were ready for the trail. As I pulled off to park, I […]

Sometimes it can be hard to pick a trailer that properly matches the height of your truck. While at times an exact hitch setup it is not crucial due to road or terrain conditions, other times it is extremely important. Scenarios like the transport delicate cargo can end in disaster if your trailer’s not parallel […]

By Jeff Burleson I recently got the chance to wear a pair of Fish Monkey FM11 Guide Gloves on several of my fall fishing adventures in Coastal South Carolina. While I rarely wore gloves in the past for any reason, after wearing the Fish Monkey Half Finger Guide Gloves all day long on a half-dozen […]

By Pete Rogers As a resident of South Carolina where we really only have two seasons, summer and Christmas, it isn’t always easy to select good quality base layers when traveling to northern states to hunt. In my home state, it very seldom gets cold enough during our deer season to get the chance to […]

Fish Monkey announces its new promotional deal with Brian “Bro” Brosdahl. Leading fishing glove designer Fish Monkey has recently announced a key design partnership with top American angler Brian “Bro” Brosdahl. In addition to numerous TV and media appearances, Brosdahl offers his services as a fishing guide all year round, and this includes ice fishing. […]

A middleweight in an excellent class of Leupold laser rangefinders. Nothing quite prepares you for complex shots in hunting like a laser rangefinder. Aiming from distance is challenging beyond simply holding the rifle steady. Every breath of the wind and every extra yard between you and the target can decide everything. Today, let us take […]

  By Jeff Burleson If anybody knows me personally, they know speckled trout are my favorites. I routinely go out of my way to catch speckled trout even when other species may be biting better. And the fall season is prime time for targeting speckled trout along the eastern seaboard. Speckled trout are eating a […]

The Sitka Gear Cloudburst Rain Gear Exceeds Expectations. By Nancy Jo Adams There is no happy medium with raingear; it either works and works well, or it fails and fails miserably. I found that out on my recent archery hunt with a group of ladies in Illinois. When you mix all-day downpours and temperatures in […]

By Linda M. Gilbertson www.ladiesdayllc.com I am an archery novice. Ten years ago, I attended the Women’s Wilderness Escape (WWE) at the NRA Whittington Center in Raton, New Mexico. During the week I had the opportunity to learn how to shoot a bow. I shot the compound bow “Genesis” by Mathews. After the event I […]