Don’t Stand Out In A Layout (October 1, 2014 8:19 am)
Introducing Kids To Hunting (October 1, 2014 8:14 am)
Checking Your Treestand (October 1, 2014 8:10 am)
Face Paint (September 30, 2014 2:03 pm)
Injured or Hurt (September 23, 2014 4:07 pm)
Climber Stands and Treebark (September 21, 2014 9:39 pm)
Working For Geese (September 12, 2014 10:43 am)
Elk Hunting Tips (September 2, 2014 6:05 pm)
Excalibur Matrix 310 Review (August 21, 2014 10:34 am)

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Don’t Stand Out In A Layout

Oct 01, 2014No Comments41 Views

For all the waterfowl hunters out there, one of the biggest causes for failure is poorly brushed in layout blinds.  Here are a few tips to becoming invisible to the eyes in the skies.  The Weatherman- Tyler Breen,

ME and andrew goose

Introducing Kids To Hunting

Oct 01, 2014No Comments12 Views

Although there are countless ways to introduce a kid to hunting, here are three ways my father introduced me.  This blog was very special to write since my best friend and his wife found out they


Checking Your Treestand

Oct 01, 2014No Comments9 Views

“I’ll get you the wheelchair equipment, but I am not going to wipe you,” my good friend, more like an uncle figure, Paul, told me.  Treestand safety- do not overlook the importance of wearing a safety

one of eight deer Austin has taken off the ground in the past three years.

Face Paint

Sep 30, 2014No Comments49 Views

A classic and primal camouflauge.  Once made from dirt, and charcoal, the cute little makeup cases with browns, grays, greens and blacks travel with most hunters in the field.  Its re-surge of popularity I feel comes from the

back of the divide

Injured or Hurt

Sep 23, 2014No Comments89 Views

My little brother Ben returned home after ten days in the western backcountry tangling with big bulls.  There is a difference in his step now, a countenance, resilience and maturity I’ve never seen before.  The mountains

Climbing stand

Climber Stands and Treebark

Sep 21, 2014No Comments38 Views

I write for the www.heartlandlodge.com and my most recent blog is about picking the right bark when looking for perspective climber trees.  This topic hits close to home since over 90% of my hunts now days are from


Working For Geese

Sep 12, 2014Comments off87 Views

Sitting in goose less fields tests patience.  After a long hot summer of scouting, fishing, working and dreaming, Anyone can attest just how itchy a trigger finger can be.  The early goose season here in my

Austen Elk Upclose Picture copy

Elk Hunting Tips

Sep 02, 2014Comments off182 Views

Tips and tactics, things I learned from my first elk hunt. 100 yards from the dark timber- he bugled.  Day 2 of my first elk hunt and we had hiked at least 5 miles between 4:00

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Aug 23, 2014Comments off149 Views

Handgun Safety Courses To Be Taught With Season 4 Top Shot Contestants  Orange County Choppers, Newburgh, NY.   Public Safety and Education and contestants from the hit TV show, Top Shot, will instruct a New York


Excalibur Matrix 310 Review

Aug 21, 2014Comments off513 Views

It is no secret, crossbows have exploded in popularity in the past year.  Multiple states have become crossbow legal and manufacturers are continuing to innovate.  Crossbows are becoming faster and more ergonomically sound than previous models.