Tag: hunting blog

Song of the South

By Kyle Bennett Today is the first day of March. Across the South, a cool dawn gives way to a warm morning sun. The early spring woods reveal the slightest hint of green. Redbuds show off in full bloom. Most...

/ March 1, 2018

Why and How to Get the Next Generation Hunting

Guest Post by Jon Sutton of OutdoorEmpire.com Why we should introduce kids to hunting Today’s youth are in desperate need of the outdoors. Kids today seem to be right on the edge of an unhealthy dosage of technology instead of...

/ October 23, 2017
Sam Bradshaw Turkey

Opening Day Success

Social media is a great thing, isn’t it? We get to share virtually any experience we want with our friends or followers. To me, there is some danger in that as in posting a picture of a turkey just to...

/ May 29, 2017
Alex Comstock

How Deer Hunting and Hunting Mature Bucks is Vastly Different

When I started deer hunting at the age of 15 the goal was simple, find deer and shoot deer. It didn’t matter whether it was a doe or a buck, a small buck, or a big buck. I just wanted...

/ May 22, 2017
Turkey hunting tips

Turkey Hunting Etiquette 101

There are just certain things you do, and things you don’t doMen should open the door for women. You chew food with your mouth closed. If you are driving slow—get in the right lane. If you see someone in a...

/ April 10, 2017

How to Become a Satisfied Hunter

If you have the chance to work a hung-up gobbler this weekend — consider yourself fortunate, and just enjoy that moment. Hunting season is here for a short period of time, and it’s gone too fast. Enjoy the moment that...

/ April 3, 2017