Do you remember your first hunt? Of course you do. Most of us can probably remember the breeze we felt, the smells, the sounds, and our exact surroundings that day. I know I can. It’s one of those memories that no matter…Read more "The First Hunt"
Summer is about to get into full swing at my house. The Kid is out of school and many weekends of travel are about to start. The summer is always difficult to get in as many hunting/prepping for hunting activities as I’d like. I have made a little progress in…Read more "Weekly Harvest: 6/17/16"
Finally, I’ll be back where I belong…Read more "Weekly Harvest: 4/29/2016"
Happy Friday everyone! It looks like spring has officially sprung and I’ve got one more week before…Read more "Weekly Harvest: 4/22/2016"
Here in Pennsylvania, Punxsutawney Phil (a famous groundhog weatherman, for those not from PA) predicted an early spring. It’s hard to believe spring may be just around the corner, considering the recent 8 degree temperatures. Regardless of how soon or late spring may arrive, it’s never too early to…Read more "Video Tip: Building Mineral Stations For Your Deer Herd"
Defining deer bedding on your property in many cases isn’t difficult. However, understanding how and when deer are …Read more "Video Tip: Deer Bedding Areas"
Winter is a great time to begin planning your spring property updates that will positively impact next year’s deer hunting season. Food plots are often a great way to …Read more "Video Tip: Great Budget Food Plots For Super Deer Hunting"
It’s official. My 2015 deer season has finally come to a close…Read more "2015 Archery Season: Recap"
It’s late December and I’m several weeks removed from what I thought was the end of my 2015 archery deer season…Read more "Late Season Deer Hunting Tips: The Final Stand"
As luck would have it, my much anticipated opening day on our farm was a soggy monsoon. I don’t mind hunting in the rain. In fact, a little cloud cover and some “light” precipitation can do wonders for…Read more "Making The Best Of It: Opening Weekend at The Farm"