Plan Your Fall Food Plot

A food plot planted with grasses and seeds like clover, chicory, brassica and rape is a great way for hunters and wildlife enthusiasts to attract wild game.

In Hunting, Deer, Deer Hunting, Food Plot, Fall

Morel Mushroom Mania

The elusive morel mushroom makes its short-lasting appearance throughout the continental US during the warm Spring months, anywhere between March and May. Many hunter-gatherers will flock to the woods as weather conditions become just right for the little fungi to “pop” out of hiding. While the science surrounding these certain shrooms can be conflicting, one thing is certain – the collected bounty is definitely worth the hunt. Here we’ll go over a few facts about morels, handy tips on how to find them, and a few ways to enjoy them afterwards.

In Hunting, Recipes, Food, mushrooms

Teaching Your Dog to Find Sheds

One evening this past winter, Hank greeted us in the driveway with a large antler shed, tail wagging at 60 mph awaiting approval. We didn’t think much of it until the next day when the matching shed appeared on our back doorstep. Together, they were recognizable as a wide 8 pointer we had captured on camera and passed up during the previous deer season. We just might have a shed hunter on our hands! I started to research how to go about training Hank, and found many informational articles to reach our goal. The following combines some of the most common tips, tricks and suggestions that have worked for other shed hunters in training their companions.

In Pets, Dogs, Hunting, Deer