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.
Early Season Antelope Hunts - Gear Recommendation
When antelope season arrives, staying comfortable will help you stay effective no matter what your hunting approach. Here’s our gear recommendation for antelope hunting.
Mule Deer Hunting – Tags, Applications, and Budget
In this article, I will address different strategies for acquiring mule deer permits by either drawing or purchasing vouchers across the West. The focus is on the top states for trophy and opportunity hunting and the different ways to go about putting a permit in your pocket.
Antelope Hunting – Tags, Applications, and Budget
Experts estimate that more than 30 million antelope once roamed North America. That teeming population dwindled to less than 15,000 before hunting conservationists pushed the panic button to save the species.
Elk Hunting – Tags, Applications, and Budget
Growing up in northwestern Nevada, I never had the chance to go on an elk hunt in my home state due to the difficulty of drawing a tag. It was partly my desire to hunt elk that lead me to move to Montana after high school.
Whitetail Deer Hunting – Tags, Applications, and Budget
About 25 years ago, I was introduced to a brand new thrill – whitetails. One of my clients whom I have guided for mule deer and elk and have shared many camps with, Donny Sims from Alabama, invited me to his place to hunt rutting whitetails.
BEING COLD BITES. Our recommendations for staying warm in cold weather.
To be warm, to move freely, confidently, and successfully in gear designed specifically to exceed the demands of bow hunters, we want to pass along our collective recommendations on base and mid-layers systems to help you perform at your absolute peak in the months ahead.
Here’s how hunters stay the course in cold, wind, rain and snow.
Let's look at individual “symptoms” that weather patterns have on a hunter’s performance and how apparel technologies can make these factors become non-factors so
hunters can keep focused on what they’re in the field to do in the first place.
How to use hunting apparel to improve performance and hunting success
Hunting gear has evolved from providing basic cover and protection against the elements and emerged into a critical part of a bow hunter’s arsenal that can literally change the game.