5 Tips to Getting Better Trail Camera Pics We all do it. Set out each year, before, during and after, just hoping to get that one picture of the giant buck we know is making that particular rub or scrape. We set out numerous of trail cameras and monitor them closely. Through the years, I have learned from my mistakes and will continue to learn. However, I do have 5 Tips that will help you secure better trail camera photos! Scent Control. I cannot express enough how important
I have been very lucky to have punched my archery tag in Ohio the last two years on opening day. This has been a blessing and a curse. Last year I sat on the couch and twittled my thumbs and waited for my buddies to ask me to film. I read post after post on social media of people hunting the rut and watching bucks chase and slobber over does. I was miserable, I had a good buck on the wall and in the freezer but I wanted to have the excitement of hunting the rut. This year af
5 Steps to Hunting The “Big Woods” First off, I’ll start off by saying that I am your ordinary hunter. I do not portray myself as a Great White Hunter or anything to that standard. I do, however, take my Whitetail Hunting seriously, especially when it comes to Archery. Yes, I still use a firearm from time to time, that is how I was raised and ultimately is where my love for bow hunting began. I am an avid Public Land hunter and encourager every bow hunter in my circles to tak
When I was growing up, just in diapers, my Dad introduced me to Coon Hunting. As the years went by, he started letting me go rabbit hunting with him and my uncles. I had an 880 power line pellet gun. It took me many of shots but I killed my first rabbit when I was about eleven years old. Boy, I thought I was something but the biggest thrill was the fact that I got to share it with my Dad, my uncle Roger, Uncle Ronnie and my uncle Larry. Dad bought me my first 20 gauge, not so
When Predators Attack Just how bad is the predator population in your area? Are they threatening your turkey population? How do you know? At what point do you just accept that Mother Nature is going to do what Mother Nature does? Some hunters, whether it is Whitetail or Turkey, believe in hunting predators to improve their hunting grounds. Here are some things to consider. Predators come in a wide form. Let’s remember, you are a predator. Obviously, you can control your own a
The wind rattles the leaves in all directions. You sit patiently, your back to an oak tree, that you know is over twice your age. You hear the sweet sound of a hen cutting in the distance. As you debate on whether to move on to the next spot, a crow calls out and in return, a shock gobble pierces your ears directly over the hill from you. You can hear the roughness and the sound of drums. He's close.
The turkey woods, is by far, one of the most exciting things on this e
If you are a hunter, fisherman or just an avid outdoorsman, then you know the struggle that comes along with finding gear that works. Most of the time, it is not necessarily finding gear that works, but finding the gear that works for YOU. If Avid is in front of your Outdoorsman description, then you too have a tendency to be extremely picky with your gear, as I can promise you that I am. Finding a single company to provide you clothing for every situation and climate seems i