Hunting Gear


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 […]

Rambling Review – Natural Gear Windproof Fleece

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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 […]

Rambling Review – RedRam Merino Thermal Underwear

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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 […]

Rambling Review – Turtleskin Snake Chaps

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Rambling Review – Turtleskin Snake Chaps Why: Arizona + Hunting = Rattlesnakes. I have stepped over a few in my wanderings around Arizona and all have elevated my heart rate and made me walk on air. Another reason to wear a set of chaps here in Arizona is that pretty much everything that grows in […]

Rambling Review – Crooked Horn Outfitters Trail Light

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Rambling Review – Crooked Horn Outfitters Trail Light Why: Can an outdoorsman have too many quality flashlight/headlamps? Probably not. The Crooked Horn Outfitters Trail Light is a pretty ingenious system that offers another illuminating option for the hunter, fisherman, or hiker. First impressions: The Dual Multidirectional LEDs – The Crooked Horn team really nailed it […]

Rambling Review – Woody Sport Muck Boots

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Rambling Review – Woody Sport Muck Boots Why: Every outdoorsman knows the importance of keeping his feet dry and warm. Having wet feet can be the difference between success in the stand or failure back at camp. Muck boots have had a long history of constructing high performance rubber boots for use in the field. […]

Rambling Review: Superfeet

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Rambling Review –  Superfeet Insoles Why: I never gave much thought to my feet while I was growing up. Wearing flip-flops and flat, non supportive shoes became a way of life until about 3 years ago. After a couple of very long days in the field, the arches of my feet were killing me. I […]

What to get the Outdoorsman for Christmas…

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I know it is a little early in the year to be thinking about this, but in a couple of months, everyone is going to be scrambling and trying to get those last minute items for Christmas. Shopping for the outdoorsman, wether a fisherman, hunter, hiker, biker or whatever, can be very difficult because usually […]