In many areas where deer roam, wild turkeys are available in abundant numbers. Many of these areas offer over-the-counter fall turkey permits. If possible, add a fall turkey permit or two to your wallet and keep your bow ready at all times while you wait on stand for a deer to stroll by. Continue reading
Where I’m from in Wisconsin, whitetails don’t mix real well with livestock. However, I experienced a hunt in western South Dakota last fall where horses and whitetails shared the same river bottom, and I have seen similar circumstances in the past with pronghorns and mule deer. I have come to the conclusion that in the East and the Midwest, deer associate livestock with humans and danger since there are farms and houses dotted all over the place. Continue reading
By Jason Herbert
Scott Shultz—world-class archer, globally traveled bowhunter, international man of mystery, and all-around good guy—used to be quite the competitive archer in his past life. But now, the daily grind of running the Robinson Outdoors brands including ScentBlocker, Tree Spider, and Whitewater, plus all of his volunteer and charitable commitments, keeps Scott away from most competitive shoots. However, he still knows what he’s talking about when it comes to archery.
August 2014 – Grand Prairie, TX- GSM, a company that delivers the latest in specialized products and technology, designed specifically with the outdoor sportsman in mind, is pleased to announce their participation in the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) 2015 Event Merchandise catalog with several products under their vast umbrella of specialized products. The products chosen from GSM that will be available this fall for banquet events that start early in 2015 are the Cyclops MEVO Handheld Mini Spotlight, Cyclops Tilt Hat Camo Clip, Stealth Cam G-Series (G42NG) Trail Camera and Walker’s Power Muff Quads.