By Nancy Jo Adams Using game cameras has long been an advantage in the pursuit of a hunter’s next trophy. Not only can game cameras be used for scouting, they are indispensable in game management. In theory, the essentials in the success of using game cameras is simple and having the experience to find […]

Continued from: How To Choose A Fly Reel. Fly Rods While fly reels are important to keep your line in check, fly rods come in various weights, lengths, and actions to meet the fly angler’s needs. Rods can be chosen for a specific application or can be purchased for a more comprehensive approach. Length To […]

  By Jeff Burleson Fishing is widely known to be one of the top outdoor activities enjoyed by Americans. Once Norman Mclean’s, A River Runs through It made its theatrical debut in 1992, the popularity of fly casting took a massive increase across the country. The fly fishing industry experienced 60 percent increases in sales […]

For the second time since the move from Salt Lake City to Denver, thousands of attendees and exhibitors converged upon downtown Denver for the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. This industry-only convention showcases the best new products in categories like hiking, camping, fitness, and outdoor lifestyle. The new location and large capacity of the Colorado Convention […]

  By Pete Rogers This year Sitka Gear unveiled their new Training, Travel, and Workwear line, and a key element in the line is the new Sitka Scouting Shirt. The long-sleeved, nylon body and knit side panels and sleeves are designed to keep you comfortable during the off season of scouting. Designed for comfort and […]

  By Jeff Burleson I recently had the pleasure of wearing another great performance product from HUK. The HUK Santiago Next Level Shirt falls right in line for clothing options for summertime angling. I am a fisherman, hunter, backpacker, and I see myself as a total outdoorsman in every form. While I donned less clothing […]

Nikon surprised us this week with a new variant of last year’s award winning Monarch HG 8×42 and 10×42 Binoculars. If you haven’t already, check out our review of the Nikon Monarch HG 10×42 Binoculars. This newest Nikon binocular was announced almost out of nowhere, as Nikon had previously refrained from unveiling any new binocular […]

By Seth Nadel The Army recruits fell in as ordered, and started their run. At the end of the run, they were taken into an exercise room, and began the physical training. Shortly, one, and then another, they dropped to the ground – and the instructors called them lazy shirkers. But more and more fell […]

  By Pete Rogers If you were to look at the sight housing on my hunting bow, you would be confused by the set-up. Crammed inside this housing are seven pins set from 20-80 yards. Some are so close it is difficult to distinguish one from the other. Like many hunters from decades ago, we […]

By Nancy Jo Adams A few years ago, I found myself sitting in my chiropractor’s office two months before the opening day of the Missouri archery season. I remember the defeat I felt when my chiropractor said, and rather sternly: “No archery!” After a few moments of debating, he agreed that I could use a […]