Posts Tagged: philosophy

Friday Files – Canned Hunting, Missouri Elk, Thoughts on Failure

Badlands Clothing I have been looking forward to the much-anticipated Badlands clothing line for quite some time. Badlands was kind enough to send the first few pieces out to several hunting bloggers for a sneak peek.  I received their Velocity softshell jacket and I will have a full write-up on that on Monday.  Ryan from… Read more »

Hunt Your Way To Health – Venison vs. Beef

I can’t wait until fall.  There is nothing better than spending a cool morning in a tree, watching the world wake up.  I am ready to hear the noise of a breaking branch that signals the approach of a whitetail heading my direction.  I also can’t wait to fill up my freezer with organic free-range… Read more »

Do We Really Need To Hunt With All This “Stuff”?

I would venture to say that the majority of hunters carry too much “stuff” (gear, tools, clothes, accessories, extra items, backup items, etc.) into the woods with them. I count myself among that majority, but I am looking to change. There are many reasons that we all carry too much stuff. You could look at… Read more »

See Beyond Your Hunting

It is very easy for hunters to fall into certain ways of thinking about things.  Most of us are consumed with our own type and style of hunting.  We are obsessed about the specific wildlife species that we pursue, about the gear that we use, and about the methods that we employ.  It is as… Read more »