TRIAL BY FIRE – SOLO ELK HUNTING PART TWO

TRIAL BY FIRE – SOLO ELK HUNTING PART TWO

February 13, 2017 Hunt Recap The trip started off driving from Illinois and I stopped to teal hunt with my dad in Missouri on September 10th which was technically opening day of CO Read More
Trial by Fire – Solo Elk Hunting Part One

Trial by Fire – Solo Elk Hunting Part One

February 7, 2017 Trial by Fire This hunt really just sort of happened by chance, and by chance I mean I never really gave up the idea that I’d hunt elk in 2016. Read More
Nebraska Mulies: Lessons in Desolation

Nebraska Mulies: Lessons in Desolation

February 16, 2016 We don’t choose boring hunts, we don’t get comfortable and we are certainly not the norm. I knew this hunt was going to tell us a lot about where we Read More
Have Whitetail Tactics Blurred the Lines Between Hunting and Raising Livestock?

Have Whitetail Tactics Blurred the Lines Between Hunting and Raising Livestock?

July 7, 2015 This weekend I’m probably going to do something that doesn’t sit well with my philosophy of hunting, and that’s set out a trail camera to take ‘inventory’ of a local Read More
Illinois Duck Hunting Walk-In Areas

Illinois Duck Hunting Walk-In Areas

April 10, 2015 This is some fairly specific information on Illinois Duck Hunting Walk-In Areas, but being based in IL and having first hand experience trying to hunt waterfowl with mixed success we Read More
Trophy Hunting Has Nothing To Do With Inches

Trophy Hunting Has Nothing To Do With Inches

April 5, 2015 Two months after what I would consider my first watershed season in a decade and a half, I’ve had time to decompress and take in my experiences. What I’ve found is Read More
Home on the Range

Home on the Range

October 28, 2014 3 Comments The west has ruined hunting  for me. If you asked me 10 years ago I’d have probably said I had no interest in hunting, and that I was more than Read More
The New Age of Hunting

The New Age of Hunting

August 1, 2014 0 Comments Society today is ever-evolving, and along with it the face of the American hunter.  While not a complaint, it is in fact a sigh of relief that ushers in the Read More
Mistakes

Mistakes

October 8, 2013 0 Comments Whether we like to admit it or not, we all make mistakes. Starting a new hobby is no exception to this process. I’m a self admitted gear nut, and I Read More
Getting Started

Getting Started

September 10, 2013 0 Comments I’m not going to try to explain the many reasons for hunting in this article.  There are plenty of resources out there on why people hunt and you probably wouldn’t Read More