Monthly Archives: October 2012
I’ve got a new rifle for Deer Hunting this year and I am super excited to show it off. In selecting a rifle I wanted a powerful enough caliber to reach 200 yards easily, but without breaking the bank. I also wanted a composite stock for durability. That’s about all I know about rifles, so […]
I scoured YouTube in years past to find videos about field dressing. It’s one of those things you just have to see – a list of instructions doesn’t cut it. But it wasn’t until I was browsing the Kansas Dept of Wildlife site that I found this gem. The instructor walks through a very simple […]
If you visit basspro.com and search for rifle slings, you’ll find a lot of options. Read the user feedback, and it primarily revolves around how well the rifle stays on your shoulder when you’re hunting. This is the main goal of a carry strap, but a true rifle sling is meant to do much more. […]
So the old saying of everything but the kitchen sink no longer applies! We now have a kitchen sink, cupboard, pantry, cutting board, and gas range! This item is on temporary loan from the Whitford camping consortium. Woot woot!
Not sure about Android losers, ahem I mean users, but the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has an iOS app for hunters and fisherman. Haven’t tested it yet, but the app suposedly includes the following: – Place to Hunt & Fish – Species Profiles – Rules and Regulations – License and Permit Info – Advanced […]
Intro: As we get closer to deer season and the weather changes I start pulling out my winter gear. Winter camping demands your attention and you must be properly equipped. If you aren’t properly prepared you will be cold or dead. While I may be new to deer hunting, I have been camping for many […]
Got wood? Because I do! I’m proud to say it’s exactly 30 days until I load up a truck full of supplies for deer camp and I already have all the firewood we’ll need for the whole trip. It’s aged 1-3 years and I think it’s a relatively large supply of branches, twigs and wedge […]