Blaze Pink: The Color Battle

July 8, 2015


The latest trend in the hunting and sporting world is to increase female participation by providing options for equipment, clothing, and firearms geared toward a female demographic. Although most efforts are stereotypical, they are proving to have staying power. A recent National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) report shows women are a rapidly growing demographic in the shooting sports. Female specific clothing lines like She […]

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5 Pre-Rut Must-Dos

October 24, 2014


Play the Weather Weather can be your best friend when hunting during the early season. Weather fronts affect big buck movement during the early season more than any other time. Watch your local forecast, use internet weather sources and apps for your phone to determine when a cold front is going to move in and drop the temperature significantly. (15 to […]

Beyond the 2nd Amendment

May 19, 2014


  Tomorrow is Pennsylvania’s primary election day and before you stand in front of the electronic voting screen take a moment to contemplate how your vote will affect Pennsylvania’s rich outdoor traditions. Our votes have a lasting impact and affect far more than 2nd amendment rights but I’ll get to that in a moment. For over 100 years sportsmen’s organizations have successfully […]

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13 Tips for Late Archery and Muzzleloader Season

December 30, 2013


Need a few tips for hunting the late season? Well, you came to the right place. Enjoy! 1. Think Deer Survival: Heavy snowfalls will force deer into full survival mode. Bucks will never be hungrier during the hunting season than they are right now. Recovering from the rut can be difficult. Afterall, many bucks lose as much as one quarter of their body weight […]

Pheasant Hunting Thrives With Public Access

October 31, 2013


The opening morning of pheasant season broke clear, cold and windy. It was predawn and I was a bit surprised when we pulled into the Meade Run (Shawmut) section of State Game Lands 44 (SGL) in Elk County to find the parking lots literally full of vehicles. It was an interesting mix of hunting dogs […]

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DIY: European Mount

October 18, 2013


Last summer I was cleaning out my garage and I came across a big box full of deer antlers. You know, those ones that weren’t big enough to take to the taxidermist but still something you wanted to keep. Shoulder mounts are pretty expensive and end up taking up a lot of space in your […]

5 Must-Dos Before Opening Day

August 12, 2013


I’m the type of hunter that thinks about being in the woods all year long. Sadly, due to the life demands of being a responsible adult I spend more time thinking about being in the woods than actually being in the woods. If you are like me, then here are 5 things you Must-Do before archery […]


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