Hunting and Fishing Topics for Do-It-Yourselfers!
Public land secrets and scouting knowledge along with tree stand climbing tricks.
This instructional series on how to film hunts is designed to help raw beginners as well as those with a basic understanding of video equipment and terminology. The series is broken into 10 segments: 1) How Cameras Work 2) What type of Camera? 3) Camera Lenses 4) Supports & Audio Gear 5) Camera Functions and […]
A new style of using scents for hunting has emerged, and the science suggests that it might be more effective than anything hunters have used in the past. In the past, debates on hunting scent, be-it cover scent, food, urine or estrous scent, have focused on the source of the scent and its base… oil […]
My review of the Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Aggressor:
Thoughts and changes regarding my homemade longbow over the year following its initial build:
Below is my video review of the Fourth Arrow Camera arm. This is the carbon fiber model, however, they also have a “strong arm” version made of aluminum tubing, and a professional strong arm designed to hold heavier cameras. Likely the biggest advantage that this arm brings to the table is the shoulder adjustment. The […]
I teamed up with Sean McVeigh from Sean’s Outdoor Adventures. Our goal was to bring up a list of 10 tips that we find useful for hunting public land. Five of the ten tips are in the first video below. The other five tips are in the second video. I have a link to Sean’s […]
Feather burners are the most versatile method of shaping feathers for arrow fletching. A commercial feather burner costs about $150 new, but old transformers can pull an appropriate amount of power out of the wall to make your own burner. Train transformers work great, and old models are all over the used market. I prefer […]
In the world of ultralight camping, small is king. As far as canister stoves go, this is one of the smallest and lightest options available. So how well does it actually work? And is it reliable? What are the main advantages and disadvantages of the Fire Maple Hornet? After all, Fire Maple isn’t a very […]
Public land turkey hunting in WI during season E of 2016. By this point, the birds have received some pressure, and it took a while to find a good roost spot that was tough to access for other hunters. Eventually, through scouting I was able to find an area where turkeys had been pushed into […]
We caught this sturgeon fishing on the Rainy River in Minnesota. Length and girth calculations (65″ long with a 30″ girth) put this fish right around 80 pounds. It was released after a couple minutes of revival in the current. Lake sturgeon up there can be kept if between 45-50″ or over 75″ (a state […]