WindPouch Go Inflatable Hammock Review
This lightweight portable hammock easily inflates with air and can hold two people for 8 hours.
Summertime is great for getting out and enjoying the outdoors but it’s also great for hanging out next to a lake and relaxing. There isn’t a better way to enjoy the weather than laying in a hammock, but what do you do if you don’t have the trees for it? The WindPouch Go Inflatable Hammock is an awesome accessory that you can take anywhere and it won’t weigh you down. Continue Reading
Engel Soft-Sided Backpack Cooler Review
The Engel premium soft-sided cooler backpack is great for beach days, camping, hunting and the boat.
Premium coolers have been all the rage in the hunting, fishing and outdoor industry the past 5 years. Much to our dismay, the pricing on these premium coolers have not gone down, but there are some new comers to the hunting and fishing cooler category and Engel is one to take a look at. The Engel soft-sided backpack cooler is one of the heaviest duty, longest lasting premium coolers available. Check it out. Continue Reading
Tiger Eye Glass Jigs
From the designer himself,
“Tigereye lures can be best described as unique and innovative for their versatility and one-of-a-kind design. These jigs can be used in a variety of ways; with their lightweight design, they can be used for lindy rigging, vertical jigging, ice fishing, slip bobber fishing…they are even light enough for fly fishing. Continue Reading
Rallt Hammock Review
Rallt hammocks are light-weight, portable and able to hold up to 500 pounds.
If you’ve ever been on Instagram then you’ve surely seen one of the millions of photos of people hanging out on portable hammocks in some of the most beautiful places on the planet. This new trend in portable hammocks has brought out many companies toting their product as the best hiking and light hammock to go camping with, or just for a day hanging at the lake. There is one brand though that stands out above the rest, Rallt Hammocks. Rallt Hammocks makes some of the lightest and most portable hammocks and hammock straps that will serve you well in any adventure. Continue Reading
If You’re Looking For Electronics, It’s All About Visibility
By: Gary Parsons and Keith Kavajecz
Winter has arrived, but spring will be here quicker than you think! If you are like us, when you’re not on the ice chasing walleyes, you are using this time to spool new line on your reels, reorganize tackle, and sort out all of the odds and ends that somehow made their way into the glove box of the boat over the summer! Continue Reading
SurvivalHax Self Inflating Sleeping Pad Review
Having a comfortable night’s sleep is priceless, especially in the mountains on a hunting or camping trip. The only issue, is hauling extra gear like an air mattress or heavy sleeping pads all that way. Sure, there are some ultra light sleeping pads out there, but do you really want to drop $200 on something like that? We say, test out the awesome SurvivalHax Sleeping pad that weighs less than two pounds and costs only $40 and use that extra cash to get out on another hunting trip. Continue Reading
Slumberjack Hone Day Pack Review
The Slumberjack Hone day pack is an essential tool for bow hunting and gun hunting day trips.
Hunters and outdoor lovers find themselves carrying all kinds of gear. Now, whether it’s necessary or not is beside the point, but it’s nice to have a place to put it. A quality day pack like the Slumberjack Hone Day Pack is a great tool for carrying your hunting gear on a bow hunt, shed hunting in the mountains, or just having some storage for an all day hike. You can ever fit a quarter of an animal in this thing! The Slumberjack Hone Day Pack review shows all the features and options this back pack can give to you. Continue Reading
Slumberjack Bounty 2.0 Big Game Pack Review
The Slumberjack bounty 2.0 big game pack has over 4,932 cubic inches to carry your meat back in no time.
A backcountry hunt for elk, deer, bear, moose or other big game requires some essential gear and the capacity to haul it back safely. There are tons of options out there available for packing out big game and lots of great choices, but the Slumberjack Bounty 2.0 should be at the top of the list. The Bounty 2.0 is a 4932 cubic inch pack that can carry over 100 pounds of fresh meat and even comes with a detachable field pack for quick trips out of camp. For a pack with everything you’ll ever need, check out the Slumberjack Bounty 2.0. Continue Reading
Motorola Talkabout T605 H20 Review
These Motorola walkie talkies are waterproof with emergency lighting which makes them durable for any situation.
Staying connected in the wild is important to staying safe and getting help packing out an animal when you need it. The Motorola Walkabout T605 two-way radio has a fully waterproof design and a range of up to 35 miles in the mountains. These walkie talkies have tons of great features including the fact that if you drop them in water, they float and light up so you can easily find them. There are no better radios for outdoor activities in a wet or wild environment. Continue Reading
Fatheadz Black Nitro Sunglasses Review
Fatheadz sunglasses are some of the best sunglasses for people that need a little extra space in their frames.
Fisherman are known for their “fishing stories” or “fish tales”, if you will. In the vast majority of these stories the size of the fish tends to be.. let’s say… exaggerated. As an avid fisherman, I, of course, have perhaps bloated the size of the fish I’ve caught. One thing that I thought I could almost NEVER exaggerate, though, is the size of my head. It is large. Very large. Continue Reading