You can bet that when the Guru Huntress goes afield or to the range, she’s got ESP on and it has nothing to do with that perception stuff … she’s wearing Electronic Shooters Protection hearing in-ear models, and maybe you should be wearing some, too?
I had the opportunity of attending the Optimum Shooting Performance (OSP) School with eight other writers this past week. The OSP Shooting School is something that I have wanted to attend since May 2007 – two months after buying my over and under shotgun. I have spent numerous hours on the OSP website reading the […]
One of the biggest issues that women have with diaphragm turkey calls is finding one that actually fits properly. Typically the structure of the roof palate (palatum durum) in females is narrower and higher than that of males. The roof palate is bound by the alveolar arches and gums. The alveolar arches, the hard portions […]
Sunday, Apr. 18, 2010, was a very exciting day for Richard and me —I achieved my Turkey Grand Slam harvesting my Merriam’s in central Montana. This, by far, was one of our most challenging hunts — both mentally and physically due to lost luggage upon our arrival, two to five feet of fresh snow on […]
I know, I know …I am supposed to be posting product reviews on turkey products. I just couldn’t keep from sharing this one since it is legal to hunt wild hogs year-round in most states. I coordinated a women’s hunt in Liberty, Miss., this past weekend where seven women and I hunted hogs. One of […]
“Don’t forget the cooler!” A common reminder we all hear during hunting season, but in this case, our Guru Huntress means, “Don’t forget the Trophy Bag Kooler” for her next tagged wild game that she plans to enjoy to its fullest — on her barbecue grill, or in the Crockpot. Read why the GH likes this concept, from start to finish.
Nancy Jo Adams, as she sits on the parole board of Gear Court, has granted freedom for “darned” good behavior to the Darn Tough Vermont hunting socks. Although they’re free to move around after being paroled, read why they remain in place providing next-to-skin comfort.
Go quietly into the woods with Guru Huntress Nancy Jo Adams, who is getting ready to hunt the rut in Alabama, with her Knight & Hale Pack Rack Rattling System in tow. Read her review and learn a little more about this avid huntress’s journey from being a hunter’s wife to one who rattles antlers on her own.
She took a big chance, that Guru Huntress, when she bought a scent-free shampoo and conditioner from Sally’s Beauty Supply with intentions of wearing them in the woods during a Kansas whitetail hunt. She could have busted her whole hunt, but nope, read about the products she likes for her haircare while hunting.
She went. She saw. She drew. And she credits the scent dispersal system called Buckmister for her trophy buck that she hunted in Kansas recently. Read the Guru Huntress’s tale of using a scent dispersal system that didn’t leave her a marked woman for days after the hunt.
The WON’s own Guru Huntress Nancy Jo Adams meets Bass Pro Shops RedHead staff member Marti Davis in Illinois next weekend to hunt whitetail and film for the Campbell Outdoor Challenge. The WON is happy to sponsor the team and wish them the best.
You gotta hand it to Nancy Jo Adams, aka Guru Huntress at The WON. She knows how to pick ’em, and this column is no exception. This week’s review is of the Booger, a handy-dandy retrieval gadget sold by Walnut Grove Hunting Products.
This is one gal that takes scent seriously. In this installment of Guru Huntress, Nancy Jo Adams lists even more tips on how to be scent free afield. And, don’t forget to read about dragging raccoon urine around on your boots. Really.