The spring hunting season is only a few weeks away, which means it is time to start making those much needed preparations! From renewing permits to checking your equipment, there is a lot to do before the big season starts. Here are three steps you should not skip if you plan on hunting in the Pacific Northwest this spring.
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Just because you are an experienced, talented hunter doesn’t mean you are a savvy shopper, especially when it comes to shopping online. Ordering hunting knives and equipment from a website may seem risky at first, but there are plenty of reputable online retailers that deliver great products for a great price. The trick is to know what to look for while shopping. The following are five shopping-related areas that an online retailer must excel in if you are to give it your business. Happy shopping!
January is a perfect time of year to stay inside and keep warm, but for many outdoor enthusiasts that just doesn’t sound like much fun. Luckily, the following outdoor-related activities make for a perfect compromise! As you will probably notice, the theme of this month’s events are “Stay In and Learn!” Whether it’s tying flies or sharpening your hunting knife, there’s plenty of outdoor-related fun to be had indoors this month. Enjoy!
Attention Washington hunters! Do you have what it takes to be a MASTER HUNTER? Well, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has the program for you!
Christmas is mere days away, and if you’re like a lot of people you probably still have a few stocking stuffers to pick up for the hunting or fishing enthusiast on your list. Luckily, there are plenty of last-minute gift items available for all the Procrastinating Santas out there. The following are five inexpensive, fun items that are sure to surprise and excite even the most avid hunter or angler. Enjoy!
Many hunters make the unfortunate mistake of taking along the wrong knife when they head out into the forest. Not all hunting knives are the same – large Bowie knives are often too big to cleanly skin a wild turkey, while trying to gut an elk with a skinning knife is equally difficult. The main difference between different hunting knives is the types of blade they feature. The following is important information about the two main types of blades used in hunting knives – drop point and clip point. Enjoy!
Let’s face it – hunting and fishing enthusiasts aren’t always the easiest people to shop for. If you got your favorite hunter or angler a high-quality hunting or fishing knife last year, chances are he or she still has it and it is in great condition. And while hunting or fishing accessories and LED flashlights all make great gifts too, you can’t keep giving the same few gifts year after year. Luckily for you, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has a perfect solution to your gift-giving woes: hunting and fishing licenses!
Fall hunting season is well under way, and if you haven’t yet snagged a strong, dependable hunting knife, don’t worry. There is still plenty of time left in the season to get one. If you’re like most people, you probably don’t have oodles of money to be throwing around, either. Not a problem. The following are the top three hunting knives under $100. Enjoy!