Walker’s Game Ear Ultra Ear Behind-the-Ear Hearing Enhancers (2 Pack)

Walker's Game Ear Ultra Ear Behind-the-Ear Hearing Enhancers (2 Pack)

For individuals who are interested in testing out the many uses of hearing amplification while in the field, Walker’s Game Ear is offering the Ultra Ear. This new product, from the leader in hearing protection and sound amplification, offers consumers the opportunity to try sound amplification in the field in a cost-effective manner. The Ultra Ear is a low cost hearing amplification system that is lightweight and can be used in either ear. An adjustment system allows the user to modify tone and volume for optimum hearing. It also incorporates a mild compression circuit to help muffle muzzle blasts.

List price: $99.95

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Remington RMBT3AAA-B Extreme Track Blood Tracker Flashlight

Remington RMBT3AAA-B Extreme Track Blood Tracker Flashlight

  • 6 Bright colored LEDs , 3 red LEDs for night vision and 3 purple LEDs for superior blood tracking
  • Impact Resistant to 7 ft
  • Anodized aluminum, lightweight, impact and water resistant
  • 16 hrs Battery Runtime
  • Includes 3 AAA batteries and holster

List price: $33.31

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Friday Morning Mashup 6/29/12

  By Mark Kenyon This morning I’m hitting the road for an epic 20 hour drive across the country to the great state of Wyoming! Over the next 10 days I’ll be soaking up the alpine grandeur of the Wind River Mountain Range, as I camp, hike and backpack my way across the wild. But […]

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Food Fight Friday: Redfish vs. Goose

by David Draper

As you come to know me, you will find out I am a sucker for praise. A compliment or kind word will get you places, like a mention in this blog. As evidence, I give you reader Shawn McCardell, who not only likes my recipe for goose bites, but also took a pretty good picture to accompany the praise. So it should go without saying he gets my vote in this week’s Food Fight against Colin’s stuffed redfish. (Of course, Colin signs my paychecks, so maybe I need to rethink who to cast my vote for).

Redfish Ryan

Before we begin, have I mentioned what a pleasure it is to work with David? The guy’s a class act and a fine cook. Now, to the dish… Last week, the crews from Field & Stream and Outdoor Life traveled to Louisiana for a work retreat. We had meetings in the mornings, fished for reds, specks, and flounder in the afternoon, and in the evenings we ate very, very well, thanks to the gifted cooks at Cajun Fishing Adventures. Redfish Ryan, served on a bed of grits, was my favorite dish. It’s redfish stuffed with shrimp and crabmeat. (You can find the recipe here.)

Shawn McCardell’s Goose Bites

Don’t they look good? I think grilling them in the basket makes for a good smoky flavor. Otherwise it is the same recipe as Draper’s, served with a nice frothy beverage to wash it all down. I gave some to my hunting buddy to try out, and he said they blew his goose bites (he uses OJ and milk) out of the water. I of course, gave Draper all the credit.

Source: http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/wild-chef/2012/06/food-fight-friday-redfish-vs-goose

Meyerco Mossberg Game Cleaning Set

Meyerco Mossberg Game Cleaning Set

The Mossberg Game Cleaning set includes a 7-3/4″ butcher knife, -1/4″ fillet knife, heavy duty cleaver, 4″ skinner with gut hook, deluxe game shears, and tungsten carbide sharpener. Also included is hunter’s bone saw, three chrome plated saw blades, six pair of field dressing surgical gloves and impact resistant blow molded carrying case.

List price: $79.99

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Foodie Friday: Venison Burgers and Sides

Venison Bleu Cheese Burger It’s close enough to the July 4 holiday that we’re getting started a little early! We know a lot of you love grilling burgers with your venison from last season, so this week Foodie Friday has … Read More

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Buck Wear Inc. Call In Sick-Hunt Short Sleeve Tee

Buck Wear Inc. Call In Sick-Hunt Short Sleeve Tee

Chocolate 100% Cotton Tee with Humorous Hunting Graphic “This is what I look like when I call in Sick” Buckwear Logo on Left Chest

List price: $16.98

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Be Aware of Fire Danger

Northwest Ohio residents are urged to take special precautions during the unusually dry summer weather, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ (ODNR) Division of Forestry. Dried grasses, weeds, leaves and crops are providing fuel for wildfires. “Homeowners, farmers … Read More

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Shoot Me Down: Stop Namin’ Bucks!

by Dave Hurteau

In Christopher Guest’s Best In Show, Harlan Pepper, who used to be able to name all the nuts, tells us that his exasperated mother begged of him: “Stop namin’ nuts!” 

I am begging you: Stop namin’ bucks. (Actually I don’t really care that much. Doesn’t make you a bad person. But….) I don’t understand why people do this. I understand why I don’t. It’s simple: I don’t name things I plan to kill. I name things I plan not to kill. That makes sense to me.

Plus it’s cheap—smacks of false familiarity. All you did was get a trail cam picture of the thing. Hardly gives the right.

Damned cheesy, too. I suppose it’s possible that it just seems cheesy to me because it’s so frequently done by cheeseballs—TV hosts who say things like: “And now let’s join Dave Hurteau in New York and a buck we call Mr. Stickers.”

Nah, it’s cheesy.

And what’s worse, the uninspired names—Big Ten, Wide Eight, Tall Seven—or the ones that try to sound inspired but are really just dumb? I picture a conference room at an outdoor-TV network where “creatives” meet to brainstorm buck names.

In 2009, a popular TV-show host killed a buck he called Mr. Gnarles Barkley.

Imagine you’re a deer. Now imagine the indignity of being named Mr. Gnarles Barkley.

And all this talk about respect for the animal: How respectful is it to name something based on a physical characteristic? Jelly Belly. Aunt Goiter.

Now, I’m absolutely not saying that everyone who names a buck is an ignoramus. (It’s probably more like two-thirds or a half.) But consider this: There is no getting around the fact that a certain number of bucks this fall will suffer the disgrace of being killed by an ignoramus; is it not doubly demeaning to have been named by him, too?

As Inigo Montoya said, “Humiliations galore.”

So there you have it. I think people should stop namin’ bucks. Stand with me or shoot me down. The reader who makes the best argument pro or con will be invited to fume his own brand of nonsense right here as a guest blogger.

Source: http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/whitetail-365/2012/06/shoot-me-down-stop-namin%E2%80%99-bucks

Primos Truth Cam 35 Camera

Primos Truth Cam 35 Camera

This could be the easiest to operate camera ever developed without sacrificing performance.  Simply load 4 -InchD-Inch cell batteries, insert your SD card and slide the switch to photo or video and this camera is ready to go. With 3.0-MP resolution and a 35-LED bank that allows quality image capture out to 40 ft – in all light conditions, day or night – this affordable infrared scouting camera gives you everything you need to prepare for a great hunt. 1.5 second trigger speed (0.3 second when camera is not in sleep mode). This camera features a 40 ft. extended night range.

List price: $119.99

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