215 – Hunting the Outback – Australia hunting and a hybrid broadhead with True Blue Broadheads
In this episode, we’re chatting with Max from True Blue Broadheads. I was surprised to find out what species you can hunt while visiting Australia. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Ep215 – Hunting the Outback – Australia hunting and a hybrid broadhead with True Blue Broadheads
SALT LAKE CITY — Several years of ongoing drought conditions have impacted mule deer populations across the state. Here are a few things people hunting deer and elk in Utah this fall should know.
Drought impacts deer by decreasing their body fat (because there are fewer plants and available food sources on the landscape). If the does have poor body fat and nutrition, it leads to smaller fawns, and those fawns have a decreased chance of surviving. If an adult deer has too little body fat at the beginning of the winter — especially a severe winter — it will often not survive the winter months. Recent deer research, conducted in Utah, has shown that the amount of fat deer have going into the winter has more of an impact on their likelihood to survive than the conditions and severity of the winter itself. Continue reading Utah: What Hunters Should Know for 2022 Deer and Elk Hunts
HuntFishTravel – Hunting South Carolina with CJ Davis.
On this week’s episode we’re talking about hunting South Carolina with CJ Davis, owner of Montana Decoy. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Ep 205 – Hunting South Carolina with CJ Davis
Hello again outdoors world! Just in case you have been hiding under a rock somewhere the past month, hunting season is here! Millions of people are now venturing afield in search of game big and small. I am not any different than most of the hunters out there, and I am usually stuck hunting public lands. After a couple decades of learning I have developed many different tricks to hunting public lands and I have decided to let you in on how I have had lots of success doing so. Continue reading 7 Tips to Successfully Hunt Public Lands
During the COVID-19 crisis it occurred to me that we, as hunters and fishermen, are already experts at social distancing.
Here in Wisconsin we have a “Safer at Home” order. Very different than a “Stay at Home” or “lockdown” order. We are still allowed to participate in outdoor activities as long as we follow regulations.
One could certainly argue that we are more “at Home” in the woods or on the water.
While I’m sure there are lots more, here are 10 reasons why hunters and fishermen are already pro’s at “Social Distancing”. Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Hunters And Fishermen Are Already Pro’s At “Social Distancing”