Lots of people ice fish, but so many more people open water fish.
I absolutely love hardwater fishing but when I look outside at the -8 degree weather, I’ll admit I’m ready for some sunshine!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and there’s still time to order a loved one something that will get them excited for warmer days. Continue reading For the Love of Fishing – 5 Items that will earn you brownie points this Valentine’s Day
I know winter is still in full swing for some of you in the northern states, for many of us winter camping is a special time. I’ve been a few times and of course the challenge is always to stay warm while sleeping. Continue reading How to Sleep Warm Diagram
Finding Your Correct Draw Length by guest author Robert James Foort
Archery is a technical sport, but once you know the ins and outs correctly, nothing can stop you from becoming a champ!
A few of the terms that one might hear before buying a crossbow are draw length, draw weight, speed, and kinetic energy. Step by step, we learn each of them so that when we go out on the field, fast learning is confirmed.
Continue reading Finding Your Correct Draw Length
What is the more cost effective option: buying ammo in bulk or reloading? In times of ammo shortages, reloading seems like the most cost-effective means of getting ammo. However, when ammo is in plenty, reloading can seem like a chore.
Continue reading 8 Reasons You Should Own a Reloading Kit
Welcome back outdoors world, thank you for stopping back to The Willes Way! If you look back at an article I wrote early last year, “Rifle Shopping for the Average Joe
“, you know after my research, I purchased a Remington Arms Model 783 7mm. I had high expectations for this gun, all I needed was some time in the woods with this firearm to confirm I’d made the right choice. Here is what I learned.
Continue reading Gear Review: Remington 783