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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
Tips for Getting Kids Into Snowmobiling

Tips for Getting Kids Into Snowmobiling

Posted by Samantha Simma on Nov 16th 2020

When winter weather hits, do we retreat indoors for the many months of snow and cold? Not at all—while the rest of the world hides inside, we bundle up and head outside to play in it! As snowmobiler … read more
How to Get Your Kids Hooked on Hunting & Fishing

How to Get Your Kids Hooked on Hunting & Fishing

Posted by Samantha Simma on Oct 15th 2020

In the world of hunting and fishing, there are few things more rewarding than reeling in or taking down the trophy of a lifetime. But one of those few things is the opportunity to share the passion an … read more
One Scent Ahead: Working with the Wind

One Scent Ahead: Working with the Wind

Posted by Samantha Simma on Sep 28th 2020

Hunting requires that we consider the senses animals use to detect danger. When you think of the five primary senses (sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste), it’s sight, sound, or smell that will most … read more
Fishing Tips: Knots to Know

Fishing Tips: Knots to Know

Posted by Samantha Simma on Aug 19th 2020

What is heartbreak? Heartbreak is watching the catch of your dreams near the surface, only for it to break away and keep you dreaming. Strengthen your odds of securing your catch by keeping a knowledg … read more
Fish Tails: The One That Got Away

Fish Tails: The One That Got Away

Posted by Samantha Simma on Jul 16th 2020

We learn the most from the experiences that don’t turn out quiet like we had planned…And there’s no better learning opportunity for fishing enthusiasts than when the one we’re after slips through o … read more
Team DSG Gives Advice for New Hunters

Team DSG Gives Advice for New Hunters

Posted by Samantha Simma on Jul 16th 2020

Getting into the sport of hunting can be downright daunting. We all have to start somewhere, and who better to seek some advice from than the ladies of DSG? Team DSG has graciously shared some … read more
Take Aim: Shot Placement, by Prey

Take Aim: Shot Placement, by Prey

Posted by Samantha Simma on Jun 28th 2020

As hunters, we’re not often presented with “the perfect shot.” However, accurate shot placement is not only strategic for preserving the most meat, it is also the most ethical approach to taking down … read more
10 Skills for Every Angler

10 Skills for Every Angler

Posted by Samantha Simma on May 27th 2020

With any sport, there is a myriad of gear and equipment that you’ll need to become comfortable with and know how to use. But taking a deep dive into every fishing setup, and under all types of condi … read more