Posts Categorized: The Hunt

“Stop Dreaming, Start Hunting” in Petersen’s Bowhunting Magazine

An advanced copy of the August issue of Petersen’s BOWHUNTING Magazine arrived in my mailbox a couple of days ago.  I eagerly flipped through it to find my article, “Stop Dreaming, Start Hunting”, which begins on page 110.  It’s truly humbling to have an opportunity to share my passion for hunting in writing, especially in nationally-distributed… Read more »

Gear List Debrief – Critiquing my Backpacking Gear List for Elk Hunting

Gear can make or break a hunt.  Especially when you’re traveling miles away from the nearest road and spending a week in the wilderness.  In today’s post I want to debrief on last year’s elk hunts and analyze my gear list with the distinct advantage of hindsight. What items worked as expected? (Almost everything.) What… Read more »

Hunting Elk in Kentucky – My Experience and My Advice

Drawing a Kentucky elk tag is like winning the lottery.  The cost of entry is incredibly low ($10 in this case), but so are your odds of getting drawn.  There is no preference point system, so your chances of “winning” are as good as anyone else; somebody has to get lucky, and that somebody could… Read more »

“September Calls” Giveaway & Interview with Promont Outdoors

It’s time for another giveaway!  Check out this interview with Weston Paul, founder of Promont Outdoors, and be sure to enter the giveaway for a “September Calls” shirt.  The entry form is at the bottom of the article… What drove you to start Promont Outdoors? I started Promont Outdoors after a 7 year stint in the… Read more »