The offseason is just as important, if not more than the season itself. This will layout the groundwork for your hunting season. The more effort you put in during the offseason the more likely you are to be successful during the season.
Rifle sights have been evolving since the introduction of the rifle. Sights originated with simple two post iron sights. Fast forward to today and the optics to choose from are overwhelming in both variety and quality. If you are looking to learn more about optics this is a good place to start.
When you have researched, scouted, and hunted hard all season, the time flies by. Look back to the first bag of corn or first trail camera picture of the season. It was hot and the deer were in velvet. Now it’s cold and sheds are on the horizon. The setting sun on closing day leaves you feeling anxious, pondering an unsettling question. What am I going to do now?
Everyone uses knives, but outdoors enthusiasts put more miles on their blades than the average person. There is no “perfect knife” that will excel in all areas. The good news is there are perfect knives for every task. This quick guide will help you select the right knife, new or old, for the task at hand.