Hunting Tips

5 Ways To Improve Your Campfire Meals

5 Ways To Improve Your Campfire Meals
  Aside from hunting and spending time in the great outdoors, the best part about your hunting trip is the food and campfire meals — unless it isn’t! Hunting isn’t just about harvesting a trophy buck. Well, sure it is, but there’s a lot more about the sport than just that. It’s...

Hunting Coyotes: 3 Reasons Every Hunter Should Participate

Hunting Coyotes: 3 Reasons Every Hunter Should Participate
Many hunters pursue whitetail deer, turkeys, or some sort of big game, but every sportsman should participate in hunting coyotes. As the cooler temperatures settle in and the autumn leaves change, the longing to be outdoors and in the high country becomes a top priority for many. A great...

5 Ways You Can Prevent Gun Rust

5 Ways You Can Prevent Gun Rust
If you own a firearm, one of the most important things you can do to keep it in good working condition is to prevent gun rust.  Rust is your guns' worst enemy. It can eat away at the metal, literally deteriorating it. This major discoloration makes your firearms look old and unattractive....

Rules To Live By When Packing Out After Your Hunt

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  The fun (and work!) does not stop once you land your trophy buck — no, you’ve still got to think about packing out before you finish up the hunt. The best spots for hunting are typically far from any convenient roads, parking lots, or trails. You are likely deep into the backcountry...

Tips For Planning Your Next Hunt

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If hunting is one of your favorite hobbies, you probably don’t waste any time before planning your next hunt for the following year. Hunting is an exciting sport, but a successful trip doesn’t just happen on a whim or at a moment’s notice. No, a hunt takes plenty of forethought, planning,...