Tools of the Trade

Long bows, Lever bows, Compound bows, Crossbows…Bolt action, semi-auto, pump action, beak barrel…The tools of the trade are as varied as the adventurers pursuing the hunting quest. Get some insights and tips that will help you prepare for your next hunting adventure.

Learning to choose the right caliber can be daunting. Learn these 4 calibers to start your hunting adventures on the right foot.

4 Rifle Calibers Female Hunters Need to Know

AJ and I have our own favorites and preferences when it comes to firearms. We’ve experimented over the years with different calibers and a variety of manufacturers. Everything has a purpose and an ideal use. Choosing a firearm for your hunting adventures is no different. When we hunt rabbit or squirrel, we have our preferred …

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Learning to hunt will be significantly easier with these 5 steps preprogrammed into your hunting and scouting routine.

Successful Hunts in 5 Steps for New Hunters

Hunting for the first time can be frightening, intimidating, and overwhelming. My first time out, I was certain I would never learn the ins and outs of the hunting process. With persistence, I developed a set of rules for myself that makes my hunts more successful every time I venture out. These rules, these steps …

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Preparing for archery season can be as simple as 3 basic drills. Learn them today and have the best hunting season ever.

3 Simple Drills for a Successful Archery Season

Archery season is approaching quickly. Here in Texas, archery season opens October 3rd for White Tail, Mule Deer, and Pronghorn. These are incredible hunts to venture out on, but what do you need to do in preparation?  Probably the biggest issue is choosing your bow. AJ has her prized compound that she has tweaked and …

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The 3 Waters Big Fish 120 Kayak went from Skeleton model to fully modified.

The 3 Waters Big Fish 120 Kayak | Skeleton to Modified

For clarity’s sake, this is not a sponsored article. We do not work with or for 3 Waters Kayaks and are not receiving any commission for this discussion. A few years ago, AJ and I decided to expand our kayaking adventures to include fishing. Rather than converting our sit-in tandem, we opted to get a …

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AJ fishing from the Bass Raider 10e

A Female Perspective on the Pelican Bass Raider 10e

So, let’s start this off by stating the basics. One, I’ve owned better than 10 kayaks over the years, most of which were intended for fishing. Two, I’ve owned multiple watercraft ranging from eight feet (a beginner’s kayak) in length to over twenty feet (a classic bass boat). Three, there is nothing I enjoy more …

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