Terri Lee Pocernich has put the Blackhawk A.L.E.R.T. bag through some unbelievable paces. Not only has she drug it through the snow and mud to the hunting fields, she’s packed it to capacity with Prois clothing and Camp Wild Girls logo wear headed to expos.
Terri Lee’s opening and closing statement convinced the jury the Stedi-Stock® should be found guilty of being a super product. Try one of these out to improve your camera shots, filming and perusing the landscape with your spotting scope.
As a fly fishing guide, Katherine Browne demands more from a fly fishing pack than the average person. Read why she loves Fishpond’s Shooting Star chest/backpack, which Fishpond describes as “a large volume backpack with the rugged and guide-tested Windwalker-style chestpack . . . sized for the steep and long treks into remote and crowdless terrain.”
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 […]
It’s that time of year when we start planning our camping trips and spring fishing trips. We all know how much more enjoyable these trips are if you can stay warm and comfortable while gazing out the tent window at the stars before drifting off into a deep slumber. So check out what Jody Narantic has to say about the Eureka Rimfire Sleeping Bag by following us to her site at www.thehunterswife.net.
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.
It was exciting preparing for my first ever duck hunt, which I attended last weekend with 6 other women hunters in Arkansas. The trip was a new adventure for me. As with any hunting, there are a few things that will be different or required from game to game.
The Guru Huntress likes to keep everything organized for her many adventures in the wild. Take, for instance, her plans for a duck and goose hunt and her search to find the perfect bag for her chest waders. She likes the Hunter’s Specialties bag a lot, and she’ll tell you why here.
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.
I would like to share a great new product from Hunt’s Photo & Video that is becoming very popular. They will keep your hands nice and warm on your hunts and outdoor adventures. “Glomitts” from Polarex fleece apparel. It’s a glove … it’s a mitten. Keep your hands warm with the mitten part until your […]
Do journalists journal? Well, they ought to … who knows what story ideas might come out of having to sit for a long while all quiet in a tree stand or blind. In this week’s Gear Court, Babbs recommends the Doeville Hunting Diary and urges all hunters to get “their facts straight and recorded.”