Every year, I speak with someone who would like to get more out of their whitetail harvest. Here are 7 ways to get more from your harvest!
Heard of Lockdown? Whether it’s real or not, you need to prepare for longer days, and sweet success.
Only a few generations before mine, for much of the United States, enduring the cost of taking a wild animal to a processor was unheard of. The responsibility fell to to the hunter to process his game. Teaching our children this process is critical to the future of our sport.
See Christian Outdoorsman Mike Roux’s testimony on why hunting’s purpose goes deeper than you might think.
How much will God teach you on a three city, four day trip around the nation? If you’ll listen you will be surprised.
When Ben from Benjamin Brew sent me a bag of his “Woodsman” coffee, not only did I feel more accomplished as a blogger (coffee gifts are like a rite of passage), I was totally ready to put it through the coffee torture test. That test meaning, breakfast.
The man who taught me to deer hunt and fish was very busy raising a family. But he somehow always found time for us to spend many weekends a year in field and on the stream.
Upon returning from a recent pastor’s conference, I was overwhelmed with thanksgiving as I unpacked my bags full of fresh new books! I needed filling. My spirit felt dry. If I say that now, I must take the full responsibility on myself, because I no longer have any excuse.
I made a single barred owl hoot with my voice and not one but two gobblers responded from their roosts. These gobbles allowed me to know without doubt exactly where these toms were for our round the next morning.
Dragging your archery buck on a November morning, throwing hay bales into the loft for a local farmer, or trying to keep up with your bird dog all have one thing in common… work capacity. Start including this exercise in your routine!