These 9 items fall into that category for me that get put off and often forgot about. You could purchase this entire list for $70, and yet it could have more impact on your hunts this fall than almost any other gear if the situation arises. I have found all of these items incredibly useful in the past, and I hope that you find this list helpful as we head into the fall hunting seasons.
A few posts ago I shared some thoughts as to why a tarp is my favorite shelter for backpacking and back pack hunting. If you missed it you can read that here. In that article I mentioned that I primarily use two tarp sizes, a 10×12 and a 9×5. This is about my 9×5 tarp, … Read moreKifaru Sheep Tarp Review- & 2 Great Ways To Pitch It
Are you thinking about making the Kifaru Muskeg your latest purchase? Well after getting mine in the mail last week hopefully I can shed some light on my feelings and thoughts about it, and why I think it may be my favorite pack to date after trying well over a dozen different models in the … Read moreKifaru Muskeg Review- Part 1
When I first was able to start spending some money on higher end gear back in 2010, the first purchase I made was a good sleeping bag. I had froze my butt off too many times in cheap 40 and 50 degree sleeping bags, because they were the only way I could afford a bag … Read moreBackcountry Gear 101- Sleeping Bags
The Plan Over the next several weeks, as you prepare for the fall hunting seasons, I want to share what I have learned over the years in terms of gear. Good gear can make or break a hunt, but there are also priorities when it comes to choosing what to spend your hard earned money … Read moreBackcountry Gear 101- Introduction