Deer Hunting Gear

You can’t kill that buck of a lifetime if you don’t have the right equipment. Whatever you need, you can find it here: bows, guns, stands, calls, range-finders and more. Get inside information on the latest, greatest deer hunting products.

Stinky Shoes

If Scent Killer Gold Works on These Dogs, Well …

I ran across this photo I’d taken back in summer when it felt like a sauna here in the Southeast and I was doing some midday jogging four or five days a week. These poor shoes … man, you couldn’t believe how downright funky they got after a few weeks of road work. My...

Mathews Zebra Trophy Strings

New Mathews Zebra Trophy Strings Coming in 2014

Available in 34 colors, and with the ability to change the change out the string, cable and serving wrap colors individually, the new Mathews strings are their best ever, and will look great on your bow. Here’s what Mathews had to say: Mathews 2014 Zebra Trophy Strings The latest in bowstring technology, Zebra Trophy...

Muffs

Do You Use Protection When You’re in the Woods?

If you’ve ever been hunting and was poked in the eye by a tree limb or had someone shoot a gun too closely to your ears, you likely thought twice about going out again without some kind of protection. I’m 47 years old. Using hearing and eye protection when I was a kid wasn’t...

Grubs

How Do You Get Rid of the New Boot Aroma?

A few weeks ago I picked up a pair of the Grub’s Treeline 3.5 High field boat, a rubber-coated knee boot that is perfect for the mild to cold temperatures we have during deer season here in the Southeast. The Treeline has 3.5 mm of insulation and 2 mm of natural rubber for protection...

CUBLarge

Biodegradable Bolt Makes Unloading a Crossbow Easy

TenPoint Crossbows has a solution to one of the aggravating things about unloading a cocked crossbow: the need to carry a spare bolt to shoot when you’re finished hunting. It’s not a major issue, of course. You can add an extra bolt to your quiver and then fire it into the ground, retrieve it...

Weighing in at almost 3 pounds, Remington’s 2020 Networked Tracking Scope will add some heft to your rifle. Bipods, shooting sticks or some type of makeshift rest is required to accurately shoot in the field.

Remington’s 2020 Tracking Scope Is High-Tech, Long Range

Today’s hunter has more choices for equipment than ever before, and better choices thanks to improvements in technology for scopes, guns, bows, ammunition, arrows and clothing. One of the newest things is Remington’s 2020 Networked Tracking Scope, a high-tech scope that helps shooters and hunters make accurate shots out to 500 yards. Or longer,...

Map Phone

Online Maps Available For National Forest Lands

The U.S. Forest Service now offers access to a variety of visitor maps for people using Android and iOS devices. “This mobile app makes it easier than ever to plan your visit to a national forest or grassland,” said U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell. “By putting important forest information right at your fingertips,...