Skull Hooker-A Great Christmas Gift

Skull Hooker-A Great Christmas Gift
  Skull Hooker: Get Your Head on Right! NEW FOR 2017: The Trophy Tree is a unique, versatile and highly customizable floor mounting display that will undoubtedly free up wall space and maximize corner spaces of a room. Pole sections are constructed of sturdy powder-coated steel with an attractive weighted base. The Trophy Tree is strong enough to handle small... Read More

SKRE Extreme Mountain Gear

SKRE Extreme Mountain Gear
The Mountains and Elements –  Our Lab We built this company on a simple premise – SKRE Extreme Mountain Gear produces ultra-durable, ultra-lightweight, breathable, comfortable and functional layering systems at a responsible price.  Our failures with overpriced hunting apparel inspired us to craft a layering system that was tough as nails and performed with the top mountaineering and hunting apparel companies... Read More

Mathews Triax | A First Look at Mathew’s Quietest Bow Ever

Mathews Triax | A First Look at Mathew’s Quietest Bow Ever
Chris Denham gives his first impressions of the all new Mathews Triax. The 2018 TRIAX is highly maneuverable, deadly accurate and the quietest, most vibration-free bow Mathews has ever built. The TRIAX operates off a 28-inch ATA platform with a 6-inch brace height, and is powered by the award-winning, highly-efficient and extremely accurate Crosscentric Cam system, producing speeds up to... Read More

Javelina: Made for Bowhunting

Javelina: Made for Bowhunting
An Off-Season Pursuit Worth Experiencing By January, most bowhunters have hung up their bows and are daydreaming about next season. If they’re like me, they’re probably wishing opening day repeated itself daily just to keep the bowhunting embers burning. While I’m not suggesting bowhunting season should resemble Groundhog Day (although it would be nice), there is a North American critter... Read More

Clearing the Way: Misadventure and Success in the Elk Woods

Clearing the Way: Misadventure and Success in the Elk Woods
The bull darted through the small saplings, stopped, and bugled. The magnificent roar echoed through the tall pine forest. The bull was only 50 yards away! I cow called once, and the bull headed towards my way, “glunking” with every step. At 30 yards, the bull stopped and bugled again. I realized this was the caliber of bull I was looking... Read More

Twenty-Four Winter Skills for Four-Season Backpack Elk Hunting

Twenty-Four Winter Skills for Four-Season Backpack Elk Hunting
From Tent and Gear Selection to Tips for Surviving the Elements When the snow flies and the temperatures drop, many hunters shy away from the backcountry, but this is precisely the best time to head in. Winter weather camping and backpacking can be a daunting task and a major undertaking, but with the right gear and know-how, you can take... Read More

Warm Weather Backcountry Meat Care

Warm Weather Backcountry Meat Care
Preparation and Knowledge Determines the Quality and Quantity of Your Table Fare Many times, our planning takes us only to the point where we reach our intended goal. We spend countless hours preparing to accomplish a difficult task, yet fail to recognize the elements that are often encountered after we reach our goal. Elk hunters are no different. Our goal... Read More