Hunting With Love

Hunting is a sport and a hobby. And sometimes maybe even more. For many, it’s a way of life. Hunting for some, becomes a way to connect not only with …

Tracking the Wounded Bear On Leash

Many hunters know that a standard dachshund can be bred for hunting wounded deer and is a natural choice. What many may not know however is that the dogs are …

A True Adventurer at Heart

“I’ve seen things in the world that few others have. Hunting was always secondary to the adventure.” -Gary Ingersoll From a young age, Gary Ingersoll dreamed of becoming a fearless “mountain …

Not All Camouflage Is Equal

Cabela’s, the outdoor outfitter started in 1961, exists today as a major force in the outdoor sports retail market. It has a large share of both the online and in-store …

A Very Hunter Christmas

Every hunter loves his or her gadgets. Here are a list of some great gift ideas for a hunter. 1. Depending on where one is hunting, it can get cold. A …

The Howling Wind

Bow hunting requires many skills and a successful hunt is a fine art. However, even more experienced hunters often overlook the ways in which the wind and air currents affect …

Trapping in Alaska

Alaska is the prime place to be for any outdoorsman. And even when the hunting season is over, there are still some activities to be had. Ben Waschke a fellow Alaskan …

Alaska Bear Hunting: Cook Your Bear Meat

Trichinosis is caused by any species belonging to the Trichinella parasite. Specifically, common species of Trichinella are found in bears and walruses. Here is an example of a real outbreak: …

Hunting Alaska

Alaska is well known for it’s lush wilderness and sparkling lakes. People will travel across the globe to hunt in regions like Alaska, where wildlife and wilderness are king. A …