From April through September, outdoor enthusiasts and hunters should be aware of ticks and learn prevention. To do that, it's best to first dive into what are ticks and the most prevalent disease they carry: Lyme disease.
Don't let ticks keep you from enjoying the great outdoors. Fortunately, there are several tactics you and your family can use to prevent tick bites and reduce the risk of tick-borne illnesses such as Lyme disease.
The words turkey hunting and morel mushrooms go together just like peanut butter and jelly. For years turkey hunters have headed to the woods during the spring in chase of gobbling longbeards. If someone were to hide and watch a hunter walk through the woods, they would first assume that they were observing every step they took to make sure they were walking properly. In reality, they are scanning the ground for Mother Nature's treasure, the morel mushroom.
Hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiast have always had the need to keep their knives sharp. A sharp knife makes field dressing, skinning, and filleting chores faster as well as surviving the forces of nature and, ultimately, safer.
You’ve heard the old saying “…the clothes make the man … or woman”? Well, for many hunting and fishing types, it’s the CAMO that makes the man … or woman! Most people may not even realize these 42 items come in camouflage, but it you’re truly hooked on the camo lifestyle, you laugh at those people. Now fess up; how many of these items do you already own?
Don’t hibernate when the weatherman talks about the wind chill index; get outdoors and enjoy the winter season.
Do Everything You Can to Save the Outdoors!
The world is a mess. Turn on the evening news and you’ll be quickly reminded of that fact.
This year has reminded me that there are no sure things in hunting. It makes it a challenge, but it’s also why I enjoy it so much.