Deer Food Plot Basics Food plots are normally divided into two categories: kill plots and feeding plots. We’re here to help you decide what options are best for you and your land. How big should my food plot be? The size of your plots will be determined by several factors: The amount of land available, the type of terrain outside the boundaries of your property, the number of deer likely to be drawn to the food plot, and the purpose of your plot. Kill plots are normally smaller than feeding plots as they will be expected to sustain the deer for shorter periods of time. In a kill plot, all areas must be visible from a single point. Feeding plots are liable to see heavier use and therefore should be larger. Kill plots are normally [...]
Bass Season is finally here! We’ve left some tips, tricks and important information below to help you bring home the bass. Locations: When deciding where to set up for the day, keep some of the following in mind: Bass love shallow, warm water with lots of plant life in it. They prefer still or slow-moving water which is why you’ll find them in lakes more often than in streams or rivers, and bass is one of the most cover seeking fish species around. They’re always looking for a good place to hole up - under submerged logs or brush. This means habitats like Lake Erie are ideal for bass. You also find lots of fish on Lake Simcoe or up north on Eagle Lake. Fishing Times: The best time for bass fishing is early morning [...]
Contest Updates: We hope you all had a great long weekend, some of you even got in some turkey hunting in! We got some warmer weather, and finally saw some sunshine. With less than two weeks left in the season now is the time to bring in your birds. Just like the weather, this contest is heating up! Our winning entry this week was from the hunter who brought in the coyote and turkey combo the week before. His second bird was both hefty and double bearded! What an amazing bird, great kills two weeks in a row! Our first-place winner for this week is Jason Cooper. Congratulations Jason! Contest Reminders: Our contest continues until May 31st, which is also the end of the turkey hunting season. There is no need to register for this [...]
Our deer hunting checklist below can help ensure you never end up in the field without the essentials. Whether you’re a beginner buying hunting equipment for the first time or a veteran trying to get organized, you can use our checklist to keep your preparation on target.
How do you know which tactical smartwatch is the smartest for you? Let’s drill down on how they are constructed as well as what features and functions are available to you so that you can pick the best one that will fit all your needs. Here are the top qualities to keep in mind when shopping for your next tactical smartwatch.
It can happen to the best of us – getting lost while adventuring in the wild. Read on to discover the common pitfalls of wilderness navigation and how you can avoid them on your next adventure.
It’s ice fishing season and we couldn’t be more excited to get out there and become an even better hardwater angler. From gearing up to using sonar, we’ve put together this list of 6 ice fishing essentials to help steer you in the right direction for your best catch.
What better way to prepare for the holiday than by hunting for that turkey dinner yourself? If you’re planning on getting out there and hunting for your own Thanksgiving dinner this year, be sure to avoid these costly mistakes.
Respectable hunters live by both a written and an unwritten code. When it comes down to it, we can’t help but conclude that it’s all about respect – respecting the law, landowners, the land, as well as hunters alike. Next time you go out for a hunting adventure, be sure to remember and follow these rules of hunting etiquette.
The weather is getting warmer, the sun is shining brighter, and that means the fish are out and about, ready for you to catch them. Before you get to grilling that juicy fish, first you need to gut and clean it and we’re here to teach you how in just four easy steps.