Gear (10)

What a Beautiful Sound: The Snap of a Bow

It's as old as time itself. The bow and arrow continue to be a tool to harvest animals year after year. Our equipment may have been upgraded for power and speed, but the objective remains the same—keep your scent trail downwind of your prey's highly…

Maximizing Stealth Without Minimizing Safety

Regardless of the game you intend to hunt, stealth and invisibility are the key ingredients for a successful harvest. It's hard enough blending into the surrounding habitat, never mind getting close enough for a clean shot without being detected. If you are looking to up…

3 AR-15s for 3 Types of Game

The AR-15 has become one of the most popular firearms in America, mostly due to its versatility, ease of use, and military look. It has even been adopted by hunters, who have embraced the AR as their rifle of choice in the field. There are subtle…

Blaze Orange Regulations for Every State

What are the blaze orange requirements for your state? Check the up-to-date regulations on your state agency website or on the International Hunter Education Association website. Blaze orange is also known as “fluorescent” or “hunter” orange; 400 square inches is about as big as four…

Hunter Tip: Stand Out With Blaze Orange

The number one best and easiest way to stay safe while hunting big game, small game, or upland birds is to wear blaze orange. And in many states, it’s the law. Watch the video below to pick the best blaze orange for your hunt. Wearing…