The right snacks for tree stand hunts
We’d like to thank Pnuma customer and friend, and founder of Built4TheHunt Jeff Moran for his contribution of this helpful article. It provides valuable information about what whitetail hunters can do to help maximize their performance during tree stand hunts just by eating/snacking on the right foods.
Pnuma Outdoors Merino Wool
When you prep to do an outdoor activity in high temperatures, the thought of wearing Merino Wool probably isn’t at the top of your “What to Wear” list. But it should be.
Pnuma v. Sitka
What's the difference between Pnuma and Sitka? Both make great quality hunting gear, but one is much more innovative and delivers greater value for the price. Find out which is best for your hunting needs.
Waypoint v. Selkirk - Perfect Suit For You
As an eCommerce business we’re in contact with our customers every day. We get it straight up: feedback, ideas, reports on hunts, and questions. Lots of questions.
Outside of “When is the Heated Core Vest going to be back in stock?” (late August!), the most frequent question we’re asked is which suit do we recommend – Waypoint or Selkirk? And our response? A very confident “It depends.”
Cold Weather Advantage - IconX
Our inspiration for keeping warm in cold weather? Whitetail, bear, elk, and antelope. Polar bear, whitetail, elk, caribou, and antelope have one survival tool that helps keep them warm during the harshest winters: hollow hair.
Turkey Season - Gear for Gobblers
It’s the season many have been waiting for since their final tag was punched last year. Turkey Season. In some states the season has already started. Others will open soon. To make sure you’re set for your season here are gear recommendations based on the style and conditions you’ll hunt.
Stuffed Elk Shells
Check out this new delicious recipe from Pnuma contributor Kelsey Loper. This is a simple and delicious way to enjoy elk with an Italian twist. Venison is easily substituted for elk. Enjoy!
Cheese, Garlic & Spinach Stuffed Elk Steaks
For those of you who’ve filled your freezer with elk or hope to in the months ahead? Try this delicious recipe from Pnuma contributor, Lindsay Persico.
Lindsay is a wife, mother of three, and a Certified Personal Trainer with a Specialization in Fitness Nutrition from NASM. She’s also an outdoor and hunting adventure junkie with a passion for cooking wild game.
The layers to wear all season.
Being cold bites. And while consistently cold weather is still months away for most of the country, even early season can bring a chill or even flat-out cold to September and October hunts.
Hunting is on the decline. Here's how we can re-establish our numbers.
Flat out, the number of hunters in the U.S. is declining. As many of you know, they’ve been declining for years. Peak numbers go back to 1982 when 17 million hunters purchased licenses. In 2016, 11.5 million purchased hunting licenses. A decline of 5.5-million.