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Stoking the Fire

Stoking the Fire

What I did right and wrong in getting my kids involved in hunting An Old Man’s Reflection Years ago, before I was married and before kids came into my life, I was guiding an older gentleman in his mid-70s on a deer hunt. We got to talking about his family and his...
Get Organized!

Get Organized!

Digital file management is more important than ever Most of you take hunting photographs either with your phone, a DSLR, or a mirrorless camera. But, what are you doing to keep track of those precious moments? Are your images being dumped onto your computer – or...
20-Step Peep-Sight Straight Jacket

20-Step Peep-Sight Straight Jacket

Tying a peep-sight in properly is one of the fundamental skills any bow mechanic should master. It’s an overlooked aspect of equipment setup that not only ensures the peep doesn’t move as you shoot, but it can also prevent serious eye injury in the event of a dry-fire...
Turning Predators Into Profit

Turning Predators Into Profit

The bobcat came sneaking into the sounds my electronic call was sending into the cold winter air. I shot him at 100 yards for three reasons: 1) I was confident I could make the shot; 2) the large tom had been killing lots of turkeys and I had been finding his kills...
Mobile Roving Backcountry Camps

Mobile Roving Backcountry Camps

Flexibility is often the key to being a successful hunter. Colorado wilderness areas, with their unique topography and abundance of mule deer and elk, provide interesting opportunities for horsemen to use mobile roving camps to access a wide range of habitat types and...