Monthly Archives: December 2011

Rambling Review – Pocket Calls

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Rambling Review – Pocket Calls Why: On my Pennsylvania whitetail hunt in November, I was lucky enough to be sitting in the tree stand right in the middle of the rut. It is important for the bow hunter to have those few items to help get the edge on those older wily bucks that are […]

RedRam Winner


From the random number generator, #29 is the winner. Congrats to Darren Johnson, author of Taking a Walk on the Wild Side. Thanks for all the support and happy holidays to all.

Heads up on the RedRam giveaway


The RedRam thermal ends tonight at midnight. Winner will be announced tomorrow. Make sure to add your comments to the original post. Best of luck.

Rambling Review – Natural Gear Windproof Fleece


Rambling Review – Natural Gear Windproof Fleece Why: Staying warm and quiet while hunting in the cold is extremely important. Certain synthetic fabrics and denim today often do not do the trick when the temperatures start to drop. Remaining comfortable and warm on the stand is key for those long days waiting for deer to […]

Arizona Wanderings/RedRam Giveaway Reminder…


Don’t forget to head on over and add your comments to the RedRam Giveaway Post. Only a couple of more days to put yourself in for your own pair of RedRam Merino Thermals. The giveaway ends on December 26th with the winner announced on December 27th. All entries must be made on the original giveaway […]

Christmas Giveaway: RedRam Merino Thermals


After my recent review of RedRam’s Merino Thermals, the kind folks over at RedRam contacted me about hosting a RedRam top/bottom layer giveaway for the readers of Arizona Wanderings. The giveaway is pretty simple and there are multiple opportunities to enter. Please add a separate comment for each of the following: 1. Leave a comment […]

Rambling Review – RedRam Merino Thermal Underwear


Rambling Review – RedRam Merino Thermal Underwear Why: I moved out of the Adirondacks after college and spent about a year in Hawaii before moving to Arizona. Whatever thick blood I had developed growing up, is long gone. A quality pair of thermals is a necessity if the hunter wants to be successful on the […]