I’m weird about boots. My boots tell my story, that’s how I see it. They show where I’ve been and what I’ve done and because of that, I become attached to my boots. Last year, I decided I needed some new boots. I had an old pair of redwings that I did everything in. They … Continue reading Discovering my Lowa Hiking Boots
A secret hunting spot is a hunter's most prized possession. I have my own duck hunting spots that I refuse to take anyone else to. For the last chukar hunt of the season, I was going to a secret spot. The difference is that this was my buddy's secret spot. This is a privilege for … Continue reading Jake, The Dog To Make It Happen
Being outdoors hunting can be a very diverse experience. I usually have a general plan, but it can be taken a few different ways once I get out there. This hunt had some real determination behind it. I had just lost a battle to a mountain and was determined to get on to some chukar. … Continue reading Following Sheep Trails for Chukar Feathers
Chukar hunting is not for the weak of heart. Chukars are called devil birds for a reason. Just the pursuit alone is enough to have someone losing their religion. With waterfowl season wrapping up, I like to finish the hunting season with chukar. The chukar season in Utah goes until about valentine’s day. I had … Continue reading When the Mountain Wins
Writing a hunting blog every week can be quite challenging. Especially when life throws two vacation trips and everything else at you in the middle of duck season. For a duck hunter, not getting out there just nags at the back of my mind. If I had the time I would have. Either way, this … Continue reading Getting Back On The Horse
Add some more variety to your next bird hunt by puddle jumping ducks. Bird hunting can take multiple forms. We can hike up rocky ridges to shoot red-legged devils ( 1,379 more words via A Introduction to Jump Shooting Ducks on Upland Hunts — Project Upland
My search for a new sleeping pad had multiple reasons. My wife and I were going to Havasupai once again and the previous year I used one of her sleeping pads. I’m usually the kind of guy to just lay my sleeping bag on the ground and fall asleep but my wife wasn’t about to … Continue reading Klymit Static V Review.
Waterfowl hunting is a lot like Christmas morning. Or I guess more like your birthday every time I go hunting. There’s always a surprise every time I go hunting. I never know what kind of ducks I’ll shoot that day, or if it’ll be a busy day with nonstop flights or if it’ll be slow … Continue reading A Different Kind Of Shoveler
My wife likes to give me a hard time about some of my music. She’s not a fan of movie soundtracks or live versions of songs. I like them because I can picture the movie or feel the energy of the crowd when I hear the artist interacting with the crowd. Maybe it has something … Continue reading Into Fish Springs
It’s finally here! Duck season opened for us here in Utah at the beginning of October. Just a few days before, I had been up in the mountains chasing grouse for the last time. That last grouse hunt wasn’t successful and the only thing that had me excited was that duck season was around the … Continue reading Opening Duck Hunt-The Thing Duck Hunters Live For.