Month: October 2015

  Your hunting cabin – the perfect place to get away, enjoy nature and spend time tracking your chosen hunting game. But when it comes to emergency preparation, can your hunting cabin double as a bug out shelter? In many cases it might be the perfect place to escape to, but this is dependent on […]

  By David Link For serious waterfowl hunters, a good duck call becomes a trusted companion. Season after season hunters hang their go-to calls around their neck as they walk stealthily to their blinds in the early morning dawn. But for the uninitiated, it is natural to wonder how they decided upon their favorite calls. […]

  By David Link Upland hunting seasons vary in different regions of the country, but wherever you live, upland hunting is a great way to spend an afternoon getting some exercise and maybe getting some chances at birds. Upland hunting is also a good way to initiate new hunters into shotgun hunting. Although game bird […]

  By David Link If all goes well while hunting this season, you’ll be huddled over the trophy buck you had your eye on field dressing it and getting ready to transport it out of the field. If you’re a first time hunter or still relatively new to the process of field dressing and carrying […]

  By Robin Follette Cooking over the campfire takes on a new meaning when fall arrives. Burgers and hot dogs are great for warm weather. When there’s frost in the morning and a chill in the air all day, it’s time for hardy meals that stay with us. Most of my campfire cooking is done […]