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5 Steps to the Perfect Shore Lunch

5 Steps to the Perfect Shore Lunch

Posted by Samantha Simma on Aug 12th 2021

A shore lunch is aptly named—it refers to when you fry up the fish you’ve caught on a river or lake right there along the shore. This tradition is particularly popular in northern areas and especial … read more
Deer Season Prep Checklist

Deer Season Prep Checklist

Posted by Samantha Simma on Jul 27th 2021

There’s lots to enjoy about the summer season: from camping to fishing trips, we can appreciate the break from hunting that we get while the weather is hot. But let’s be honest, these are just distr … read more
Back to Basics: The Mechanics of Casting

Back to Basics: The Mechanics of Casting

Posted by Samantha Simma on Jun 11th 2021

Whether you’re just starting out in the sport of fishing, or you’ve been dabbling for years, it never hurts to brush up on the basics. An essential skill to have when fishing is casting. Why? Becau … read more

How to Know if a Guided Hunt Is for You

Posted by Maren Mcreynolds on Jun 10th 2021

People enjoy hunting for a myriad of reasons.Most are in it for the thrill of stalking and taking down otherwise elusive prey. Others are into the idea of taking responsibility for their own food.H … read more
Wild Turkey Leg Carnitas

Wild Turkey Leg Carnitas

Posted by Melissa Lindsay on Jun 3rd 2021

DSG Outerwear team member Melissa Lindsay called this Mexican-inspired wild turkey carnitas recipe her all-time favorite. Turn your wild turkey legs into an extra easy dinner with your slow cooker.Wil … read more
How to Plan and Prepare a Food Plot

How to Plan and Prepare a Food Plot

Posted by Samantha Simma on May 12th 2021

For landowners, managing a food plot is practically essential to maintaining a healthy deer population directly on your property. With some careful planning, preparation, and execution of your food … read more
Fishing Literacy: Reading the Water

Fishing Literacy: Reading the Water

Posted by Samantha Simma on Apr 1st 2021

You may be geared up and ready to hit the water (in part because you’ve donned your DSG fishing gear!), but the gear is just where the day begins. After that, finding fish is part of the challenge a … read more
Blaze Orange Hunting Requirements, by State (USA)

Blaze Orange Hunting Requirements, by State (USA)

Posted by Samantha Simma on Mar 30th 2021

Blaze pink may slowly be stepping on the hunting scene, but as it stands, hunter orange is still the king. Rules differ from state-to-state on the minimum hunter orange requirements, so we've condense … read more
Ice Fishing Tools and Techniques for Beginners

Ice Fishing Tools and Techniques for Beginners

Posted by Samantha Simma on Feb 12th 2021

Ice fishing turns the beauty of a frozen body of water into something much more exhilarating. Imagine pulling a fishing line from the cold, dark depths of that water, not knowing what is or might be … read more
Tips for Trail Camera Scouting Success

Tips for Trail Camera Scouting Success

Posted by Samantha Simma on Jan 31st 2021

Is there such a thing as the perfect trail camera setup? Well, like most situations in the sport of hunting, there are a lot of variables involved—mostly dictated by the property you’re scouting. Bu … read more
Ride Like a Girl: Women Specific Snowmobile Tips

Ride Like a Girl: Women Specific Snowmobile Tips

Posted by Samantha Simma on Dec 13th 2020

Introducing, the female snowmobiler’s misconception: the snowmobiling industry is a male-dominated world and we’re just riding in it. No, no, no! Yes, much of the equipment and machines that are a p … read more