• Book Review: Should the Tent be Burning Like That? by Bill Heavey

    November 12, 2018 Comments Off on Book Review: Should the Tent be Burning Like That? by Bill Heavey Blog Entries, Reviews

    Every month when the Field and Stream magazine came in the mail I’d read it cover to cover, as I have for the last several years. First I’d pick the hunts most relevant to me — they hadn’t covered much small game for a while when I was growing up, and I’d hit those articles …

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  • A Primer on Conservation Laws

    November 11, 2018 Comments Off on A Primer on Conservation Laws Blog Entries

    As I roll my sleeves up and try to be more involved in conservation directly it’s become very clear that I, and my peers who hunt, fish, and recreate in the great outdoors need to have a better understanding of the intertwined laws and policies that fund our lands and passions.  This article won’t

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  • I Miss the Misery

    November 4, 2018 Comments Off on I Miss the Misery Blog Entries

    The Pennsylvania based rock band Halestorm sings about an abusive relationship in their titular song I Miss the Misery. I found it extremely fitting about my love of the outdoors.  I try to enjoy things the “regular way” and just go about lazily sauntering through the woods, but I just

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  • FirstLite 150g Aerowool Crew Tee Review

    October 14, 2018 Comments Off on FirstLite 150g Aerowool Crew Tee Review Blog Entries, Reviews

    The AeroWool Crew Tee makes for a great early season base. This shirt is brand new for the 2018 season, and I had to get my hands on it after being in love with my Chama hoody over the past two seasons.  I like to hike into my areas, and being able to strip down …

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  • First Flush

    October 14, 2018 Comments Off on First Flush Blog Entries

    My father always had bird dogs as long as I’d been alive.  We had a veritable pack of Golden Retrievers running through the house at one point, three large dogs and seemingly a biennial litter of puppies that would come and go from these rescue-turned-breeder litters of purebred pups.  To say that I was born

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