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Let’s start this off right. I absolutely love running trail cameras. I don’t pretend to be the foremost authority but I’ve used dozens of different brands and models over the last 10-12 years and have enjoyed the evolution of the camera, in particular how affordable they have gotten. Until now cellular trail cameras have been...
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I’m sure we all own a gun cleaning kit. Mine is an old kit that came in a wooden box that has seen some abuse over the years and hasn’t stood the test of time well. The products are dated and the box has seen better days. It gets the job done but not well....
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We dare you to find a man more consumed with hunting bears in North America than Clay Newcomb. For our 10th episode, we speak with the passionate publisher of Bear Hunting Magazine. Clay talks about his first bear hunt, his hunter father, raising a mule to pack hunt with and of course lots of bear...
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Off the Water is a short film featuring Ashley Peters who I’ve found to be a great advocate for the outdoors. T.C. Worley and I put this film together with the help of a talented crew of 4 other folks. Ashley does an amazing job of relaying her story and giving an honest look inside...
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Episode #9 is an informative chat with Tim Marion, a Minnesota DNR Wildlife Area Supervisor. Tim breaks down the different programs that restore and maintain public hunting areas and explains land acquisition and the hurdles therein. If you want to know more about where your conservation and license dollars go, and who our conservation allies...
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For those who hunt as far from the vehicle as it takes, Slumberjack offers a very affordable, well designed external-frame meat pack. The Rail Hauler 2.0 arrived on my porch just in time for the 2018 whitetail season. Land had been scouted, bow and arrows tuned and my excitement was peaking. I know what you’re...
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One of the simple facts of using your gear for outdoor activities is that inevitably you’re going to tear something. While I try to take care of my gear and use it properly, you can’t prevent every bit of damage. I’ve seen others use Gear Aid Tenacious Tape for various repairs but I never got...
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When selecting a scope for my new Savage Arms 110 Lightweight Storm rifle I wanted a solid, highly dependable and accurate scope that was a good value and helped keep the weight down. I settled on the Maven RS.2 Rifle Scope. I’ve been a huge fan of Maven since they burst onto the optics scene...

The post Review: Maven RS.2 Rifle Scope appeared first on The Will to Hunt.

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I’ve owned my Outdoor Research Transcendent Down Hoody for going on 3 years now. I’ve owned other down items but never used them nearly as frequently as I’ve used this jacket. During the winter I wear it basically anytime I leave the house from October to April. It sees plenty of hiking trails, trips to...

The post Review: Grangers Down Care Kit | Wash & Repel 2 in 1 appeared first on The Will to Hunt.

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One of the simplest pieces for hunting with a dog is potentially one of the most important, the chest protector. Hunting varied public land with tall grass usually means you have no idea what’s under that grass. You’re hoping it’s a pile of roosters but there can also be old barbed wire fences or partially...

The post Review: Filson Dog Chest Protector appeared first on The Will to Hunt.

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