Category: Hunting Equipment

What to Look for in a Hunting Quad

The contemporary hunter is not fully equipped without a well-appointed quad. Allowing for increased mobility into deeper, less chartered woods without having to leave behind excursion essentials, an all-terrain vehicle is a must-have for any woodsman’s arsenal. Aside from the obligatory camouflage and quiet approach, there is so much more to look for in a… Read more »

The Right Tree Stand a Very Subjective Topic

Every hunter has their own opinion on everything from the best time of day to weapon of choice, to camouflage to covering body odor. One topic up for fierce debate in itself however, is the best tree stand for time of year, hunt and portability. There are quite a few tree stand designs designed for… Read more »

Benefits to the Classic Winchester 30/30

Introduced as the first small-bore, sporting rifle cartridge for smokeless powder, the 30-30 is effectively the great North American deer cartridge. A .30 caliber bullet, loaded with 30 grains of smokeless powder, the name is derived from a combination of the cartridge size and design.   A refinement to a combination of size, portability and… Read more »

Center-Fire vs Rim-Fire Rifle Options

If you’re just getting into hunting and aren’t sure what gun you are in the market for, there are a number of factors to consider. Many hunters prefer shooting with a shotgun for its power and spread, advantageous for both nimble fowl and for penetrating tough buckskin alike. Still others prefer the accuracy of a… Read more »

Prepare Early and Get the Most out of Your Hunt

Serious hunters understand that hunting season begins long before opening day. The excitement and buzz about the upcoming season get hunters going on some early preparations. The most experienced hunters begin to prepare and plan early. Subsequently, the most prepared hunters are the ones with the most success. Below, you’ll find a few tips for… Read more »

Packing for Quail Hunting Excursions

When hunting quail in Texas, you have the same challenge as with most other hunts. You want to camouflage yourself from the quail, yet display yourself for other hunters. It’s a fine line to walk. You can get away with a small amount of orange, since animals perceive color differently; the orange isn’t as bright… Read more »