How To Sight In A Bow

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How to Sight your Compound Bow Many people who hunt and shoot with rifles are making the jump to bow hunting and doing so with the radically powerful and accurate compound bows. These bows, unlike traditional archery, do not use instinctive shooting as a means of accuracy.  Instead, we use a bow sight. The bow … Read more

Vertical Jigging – A How-To Guide

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The only limit on how you present a lure to a fish is your imagination. From the traditional Texas or Carolina Rig, to the venerable dry-dropper-dropper for fly anglers, if you can dream of a way to entice fish onto your line, there’s a rig to match your idea.  One of the best methods for … Read more

Beginners Guide To Coyote Hunting

JFK Coyote Hunting

Despite efforts by ludicrous lawmakers in California (Scott Weiner, we’re looking at you and your attempts to ban black bear hunting) hunting is still an incredibly popular activity in America. And despite what anti-hunting groups would have you believe, the majority of hunting in America isn’t done for sport.  So what role, then, does predator … Read more

Beginners Guide To Dove Hunting

Dove hunting for beginners

Dove hunting is a simple pleasure. All that’s needed is a shotgun and some birdshot. Add a stirred-up dule of doves to shoot at, and it’s one of the best pastimes the outdoors has to offer. Here are some tips to start next season off right. Dove Description And Habits There are many kinds of … Read more

Best Bow Hunting Backpacks And How to Choose

Best bow hunting backpacks

A hunting backpack is something that all bowhunters need. It will allow you to carry your gear, as well as some other items that will make your time spent in the woods more comfortable. Such as water, food, and a first aid kit.  A hunting backpack is going to reflect the way you hunt. If … Read more

Elk Hunting 101

Elk Hunting

One of the most sought-after big game animals in North America has to be a Rocky Mountain elk. For game this size, they are surprisingly elusive and difficult to hunt, making them very difficult for new hunters. However, we have found that elk tend to keep to the same set of patterns, which explains why … Read more

Pan-Fried Halibut With Saffron Risotto

halibut on risotto

Ingredients 2 fillets of fresh halibut (skin on) 150g arborio rice 1l of chicken broth 1 shallot finely chopped Pinch of saffron 100ml dry white wine 2 tbsp butter 2 tbsp olive oil Method 1. Heat the stock in a pan over a low heat. 2. In a separate pan, add the oil and butter … Read more

Catfish Noodling – What You Should Know

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Noodling is the art of catching catfish by hand. To be more exact, it’s catching catfish by using your hand as bait. The noodler sticks their hand into an underwater nest, which the catfish bites down on and is hauled up. The History of Noodling Where and when catching catfish this way started is not … Read more

Euro Nymphing

euro nymphing

Your Beginning Guide To Euro Nymphing Euro nymphing is possibly the fastest-growing form of fly fishing in the industry. From the tons of specialty flies tied just for Euro nymphing, to the rods, leaders, reels, and tippet, there’s arguably more to successfully Euro nymphing than traditional fly fishing.  So, that understandably makes getting started with … Read more

Recognizing Deer Sounds And Knowing What They Mean

deer sounds

Whitetail deer are the most hunted big game animal in North America. Getting to know these animals in depth will put you ahead of the competition. One way to do this is by recognizing deer sounds. Whitetail use a range of sounds to communicate with each other. They do this for mating, danger, or for … Read more