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Storing Fish and Wild Game Meat

Storing Fish and Wild Game Meat

Posted by Samantha Simma on May 1st 2022

Many in the hunting and fishing world would say that when you kill your prey or catch a fish, the real work begins. At this point in the harvest, it’s important that you clean, handle, and store you … read more
Snacks to Pack for Your Outdoor Adventures

Snacks to Pack for Your Outdoor Adventures

Posted by Samantha Simma on Mar 16th 2022

Whatever adventures bring you into the outdoors—hunting, fishing, hiking, snowmobiling, all of the above—it’s important that you recharge your energy throughout. Even on the days where it may not fe … read more
Cleaning & Caring for Your Firearm

Cleaning & Caring for Your Firearm

Posted by Samantha Simma on Jan 30th 2022

Firearms are as much an investment as they are a tool. Given the outdoor conditions that our firearms are exposed to—including humidity, precipitation, and even our own skin oils—it’s no surprise th … read more
Staying Safe on the Ice While Ice Fishing

Staying Safe on the Ice While Ice Fishing

Posted by Samantha Simma on Dec 19th 2021

When a local body of water freezes over, it can be hard to resist heading out for a day of ice fishing. But before you do, it's important to keep certain safety precautions in mind. Ice conditions var … read more
6 Quick Tips for Waterfowl Hunters

6 Quick Tips for Waterfowl Hunters

Posted by Samantha Simma on Nov 30th 2021

There’s nothing like the eager anticipation of watching a flock of waterfowl get ready to land amidst a spread of decoys. The challenge is waiting until the perfect moment to start shooting, and it … read more
Women's Guide on What to Wear While Fising

Women's Guide on What to Wear While Fising

Posted by Jenny Anderson on Nov 9th 2021

I’ll be the first to tell you it doesn’t really matter what you wear in order to catch fish. The “right clothes” should never keep you from enjoying the outdoors. But through the years, I’ve learne … read more
What to Choose: Treestands vs. Blinds

What to Choose: Treestands vs. Blinds

Posted by Samantha Simma on Sep 20th 2021

You could call the question of whether to go with a blind or treestand the great deer hunter debate. There are pros and cons to each, and loyalists are steadfast in their choice. At the end of the d … read more
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