Planning for a North Country Adventure | Don’t grow old wishing you’d have taken the leap; do it now

Planning for a North Country Adventure | Don’t grow old wishing you’d have taken the leap; do it now
Don’t grow old wishing you’d have taken the leap; do it now Alaska is a dream hunting destination. It’s wild, vast, and home to animals not found in the Lower 48, providing a lot of unique opportunity for the DIY hunter. The only downside is that planning the hunt can seem like a logistical nightmare. Alaska might as well be... Read More

New Sitka Film: Tendoys

New Sitka Film: Tendoys
  Word traveled quickly when Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks announced an unprecedented unlimited number of bighorn sheep tags for Montana’s Tendoy Mountains. The new Sitka Film follows Afghanistan veteran and Montana native Tony Larsen into the Tendoys, resulting in an exciting archery stalk. But there is a bigger narrative here. Tony’s hunt is one small part of a carefully... Read More

Boot Care

Boot Care
Whether you spend $100 or $500 on your hunting boots, it is critical that you take proper care of them. HuntDIY member, Matt Elliott, takes you through the entire process of cleaning and treating your boots, start to finish, so that they can keep up on your hunts, start to finish. Read More

How to tie in your peep

How to tie in your peep
In order to keep your bow sighted in, you need to ensure that your sight and peep stay in the same place.  We all know how paramount this is, especially once we take to the mountains and start pushing brush and other barriers we encounter in field.  Ty Colton, of Archery Invasion, demonstrates how to tie a peep into place so... Read More