Your cart
Close Alternative Icon
Down Arrow Icon
Cart Icon

Behind The Lens

Using Trail Cameras in Trapping

Trapping is a time-honored tradition where not much has changed, but there’s been one concession to modern, cutting-edge technology that has advanced the trapper’s knowledge more than any other single item: the trail camera. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) 15578627_1460971313913727_6437702945338957171_n Continue reading

Late Season Trail Camera Placement

As the seasons change, so does a whitetail’s pattern as they shift their focus from the rut to food once again. Here are a couple of tips on trail camera setup and placement to help you get the most out of your cameras before deer season closes. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) 1440:120616:52F:0000:HAAS :2E[142:0070]G[008:0x0006] Continue reading

D.E.E.R. Project

The DEER Project, located in the Greater Little Mountain Area of southwestern Wyoming, aims to increase our understanding of both mule deer and elk. This project is examining parturition timing and location of mule deer, mortality and recruitment of fawns, nutritional condition of adult female mule deer, summer diet overlap between elk and mule deer, space use, recruitment of male mule deer, survival, migration, and dispersal. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) 1439:062616:70F:2292:CAMERA1   :6 Continue reading

Early Season Bowhunting Tactics

Chasing whitetails across the Midwest in September and October is truly a love of my life these days. Here are three things that have become a part of my routine that’s led to years of punched tags and filled freezers early in the season. (Click blog title to view complete blog post.) good-one Continue reading

DIY Trail Camera Stand

No tree around to hang your Browning Trail Camera? No problem! Pro-Staffer Kinsey Edmunds gives step-by-step instructions on how to make a homemade game camera stand that can be placed anywhere! (Click blog title to view complete blog post.)

Continue reading
Tags