INNOVATIVE HUNTING SOLUTIONS

Bowhunting: Practice Simple. Shoot More!

A major component of bow hunting that is often disregarded by hunters (me included); is the amount of practice that should go along with it. For most of us, in today’s world, time is at a premium. This means less practice, missed shots, and less meat in the freezer (and I hate that!). Not for Read the full article…


My Dall Sheep Hunt – Part 1

In late December of 2014 I sat in my kitchen contemplating on making the move to book an archery Dall sheep hunt. After a bit of wrestling with it, it came down to, ā€œIā€™m going to do this, but when?ā€ As most sheep hunts require top physical condition, I figured who knows what my health Read the full article…


TRAIL CAMERA & TREESTAND THEFT

Every year I hear stories about fellow hunters getting gear stolen from there hunting locations, from tree stands to trail cams. Nothing angers me more. To think that someone with the same interest and assumed passion for hunting, would actually steal another hunters gear right out of the woods. Not much to say other than, Read the full article…


Leave It To Chance?

The hind quarters kicked like a mule, and throbby bounded off over the ridge, and out of site. I looked up into the sky, closed my eyes, and exhaled the heavy load off my chest. It was the November 2015 whitetail season in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. The entire night before was nothing but high winds Read the full article…