When I took my new Woodsman Boots from Field & Stream Stores out of the box my expectations weren’t very high. I pulled them on and laced the boot-strings up, they felt great and right then I realized they were special in the boot world.
A little before last light I heard steps in the woods behind the blind. Soon a lone hog stepped out of the woods.
After the show I received a text from Boar’s Nest hog camp that they had recovered my wild hog in some mud on the edge of a small pond not far from where I shot it.
Three of the hogs were mature and the rest were younger. When I ranged them at 20 yards I was good to go. However, the smaller young hogs were in front of the larger three and I did not have a shot. So I waited for an opportunity.
ArrowTrade’s Tim Dehn Watched Wild Hogs Walking Through The Palmettos and Florida Scrub Trees. Tim Did Not Have A Shot … Until…
Can you eliminate your scent when hunting? We learned plenty from these two leaders in the scent elimination field, Kurt Von Bessser and Kurt Baumgartner as they show you how to kill your scent.
Kurt Baumgartner from Atko took a few practice shots and left for his wild hog hunting area. Minutes after getting in his ladderstand a big wild boar kicked off Kurt’s hunt.
Arrival day. And Richard Meachum takes us all out to bowhunt wild hogs at his Boar’s Nest property.
Writers Camps bring together outdoor writers and bosses from the companies that make and sell products to bowhunters and archers, in a relaxed, hunting atmosphere.
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The buck turned away. I had to leave within an hour. My Ohio season wasn’t looking so good. 15 minutes passed and under my left arm pit I noticed something moving.
It seems that Donn Chapman is a famous chef. He got up this morning at some obscene hour and began cooking a breakfast that would make Waffle House look like a beginner.
Brent set-up a hang-on there for this afternoon’s hunt. Prior to dark a 10-point buck cruised down one of the trails and Brent sent Mr. S. W. Hacker to intercept the buck.
Bill Lee heard commotion in the potato chip like leaves up the valley. Then a doe showed up — pursued by two bucks.
Ohio may be the most under rated and unsung whitetail hot spots in America. Join Wade Nolan for 5 days of whitetailing on public land in the Buckeye state.
This year several companies provided gear to the writers at the Writers Camp; Nikon, Darton Archery, Lost camo and more.
This morning I slept in. But Jeff Neal woke me up to take pictures. Jay Leichty had just texted him that he had arrowed a 7-point buck. I grabbed my cameras.
Grim Reaper broadheads began in 2000 when Jay Leichty introduced his patented new broadhead, the Grim Reaper Razortip. And it’s come a long way since then.
This Ohio Writers Camp hunt operation is spearheaded by Jeff Neal of Heartland Wildlife Institute. Jeff is an immediately likable guy; outgoing, personable, well organized and hard working. Jeff Neal and Les Ray from Heartland Wildlife Inc. know everything about wildlife seed products and food plots. The farm we are hunting is a living testimony to to Heartland […]
One of the people I always look forward to seeing at a Writers Camp is Mike Jordan. He’s bowhunted for 29 years and always finds big bucks.
Clear, sunny, a little breeze, but no deer for the first hour. It’s so nice out and Jef Neal’s food plot is so green I expect that any minute golfers could walk out into it. Later. A sole doe is on the hill 110 yards away. And a buck came out and walked toward the […]
Stars are in the sky — for a change. Hunting the Turtle again. 25 degrees. Light wind. I’d give $100,000 dollars if I had a cup of hot coffee right now. At first good light I noticed a doe walking around by itself. That could bring in a buck. We’ll see. I Nikoned the deer […]
Another blackest of black mornings. Cool and windy with strong gusts. I had chocolate pie for breakfast so I’m ready to shoot a buck. Or if one doesn’t come around, a fat Ohio doe. The hill 200 yards above me is happening this morning. So far, 11 does and 2 bucks. One of the does […]
My hunt. Their hunts. And C. J. Davis tells us on video how to select the right binoculars for your hunts and adjust your binoculars right for you.
Early afternoon, Jeff Neal got me and my gear into his electric Polaris and we drove to a deer stand Looking out over a corn field edge. The stand is a Turtle blind. It’s a round top plastic contraption with 8 vertical shooting windows. I don’t know why they were there, but I when I […]