Style and Function on the Beach or in the Mountains

OluKai Pahoa Boot Review

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The OluKai Pahoa chukka boot is full grain leather boot made sustainably in Hawaii.

Being in the outdoors is amazing, but every once in a while you have to come in, or back from the wild and do normal people stuff. For instances like these, it’s good to have some clothing and shoes that are not only able to get you up and down a mountain, but look great in a restaurant. OluKai has hit the nail on the head with their lineup of great outdoor footwear and we are not sure we could find a better fit than the OluKai Pahoa boot. Continue Reading

The Day Pack for Everything Outdoors

Slumberjack Hone Day Pack Review

SJK Hone 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

A Big Game Pack for Everything you Need

Slumberjack Bounty 2.0 Big Game Pack Review

Slumberjack bounty 2.0 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 2.0Continue Reading

Stay Connected Anywhere, Wet or Dry, with the Motorola Talkabout T605 H20 Walkie Talkies

Motorola Talkabout T605 H20 Review

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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

Don’t Let Damp Boots or Gloves Cut Your Hunt Short

DryGuy Force Dry DX Review

dryguy force dry dx review

Boot dryers are essential pieces of equipment to stay out longer and more often. The DryGuy Force Dry DX is one of the best.

Being a good hunter, fisherman or outdoor enthusiast means that you’re going to experience all kinds of different weather. While we’d rather it didn’t get wet and cold sometimes, there is no avoiding it, which is why we’ve found solutions to keep you out in the field. Wet boots, waders, gloves, helmets, hats and any other essential gear you have can cut your time short on a hunt and we want to help you avoid that. For times when you need to dry out quickly, the DryGuy Force Dry DX is the dryer for you. Continue Reading

A Rain Suit Built For The Fisherman

Frabill F4 Cyclone Rain Suit

By: Chase LarsonpDSP1-18178159dt

Imagine heading out to your favorite fishing spot in the morning. Then, on your way to the lake you start to listen to the radio. The weather pops on the local station and the weather man says that the day is full of sunshine and a perfect wind for fishing that secret spot. But, when you get to the landing you realize something. Dark clouds are moving in and the wind is starting to pick up. Then it hits. Rain. So much rain, that you run back to your truck only to remember that you don’t even own a rain suit. You traveled all that way for the weatherman to be wrong again… leaving you wishing you had purchased a nice durable rain suit that will keep you dry anytime anywhere. Now, there is a rain suit that will do just that. The F4 Cyclone Rain suit from Frabill. This suit has key features within its innovative design for their jacket and bibs. Continue Reading

Shivering Summer Walleyes

Shivering Summer Walleyes

 By: Gary Parsons and Keith KavajeczKK-GBay2014_3122_0715

If you’ve been walleye fishing for any amount of time, you no doubt have developed that little voice in your head – you know the one – the one that tells you to move to a new spot when the fish aren’t biting where you are at the moment. That voice that whispers to you, “Try the Firetiger one, it worked on that other lake so it should work here.” We all have it. Do you listen to your little voice? Continue Reading

A Versatile, Travel Shoe for Any Environment: Crosskix

Crosskix Shoe Review

Crosskix Shoe Review

Crosskix are some of the best shoes for travel and work wonders in a variety of situations.

Packing can be a pain. Figuring out what you’re doing on your trip, what you need, what you don’t need and what is absolutely essential is key. One of the handiest things to do when vacationing and packing is finding items that work well for many different situations. Crosskix are the shoes for any situation. Whether you’re hiking in the mountains, crossing a stream, flyfishing on a river or sand bar, or mud mountain biking, these shoes can handle it all.  Continue Reading

The Rewards Of Fishing Vintage

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I collect old fishing equipment. I guess it started when my grandmother gave me my grandfather’s gear after he died. He left me about half a dozen old rods with metal level wind casting reels, his old tackle box and his deer hunting rifle. This was shortly before I joined the Army and left on what would become a twenty year career. During those years I moved ten times but through all those moves I kept grandfather’s old gear. Continue Reading