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November 1, 2021
Field kit for field care

Field kit for field care

Once an animal hits the ground, there are a few things you’ll need to take it from “in the round” to ground round. Read on as we go over the tools of the trade, when to use them, and where they make sense to get your big game animal from the field to your home or butcher shop, in a manageable form for final processing.

Straight talk on Straight-Walls

Straight talk on Straight-Walls

It’s simple: Straight-wall cartridges are undeniably cool. These bad-boys push big, heavy pills and pack a wallop. Super effective on nearly all types of game at moderate ranges, straight-wall’s are seeing a resurgence in popularity - and for good reason.

Build the Ultimate Hunting Arrow

Build the Ultimate Hunting Arrow

No questions asked pass-throughs, bone splitting down-range performance, and short blood trails when your perfect “plan A” shot turns into a “plan B” hit – The Ranch Fairy arrow philosophy.

Interview with The Untamed

Interview with The Untamed

We sat down with Josh Ilderton and Kirk Price from “The Untamed” to discuss their passion for hound hunting, sharing their love of the outdoors, and the best ways to eat big cats and bear.

Why you should become a hunting mentor and how to get started

Why you should become a hunting mentor and how to get started

How did you get into hunting? For me and my family, it is all thanks to my Grandpa, Art. Grandpa decided to pass it down to my dad, who passed it down to me and my siblings, and now I am passing it down to my two-year-old son. What if my Grandpa Art decided to not share his hunting heritage with his kids? We would have exponentially grown into a bunch of non-hunting families.

Pro Tips - Bird Dog Training Fundamentals

Pro Tips - Bird Dog Training Fundamentals

Do you have a pup prime to be a future gun dog? Here are ten tips from Chad Belding (The Fowl Life TV) and Brad Arington (Mossy Pond Retrievers) to get it there.

Pro Tips - 90 Days to a Better Western Hunt

Pro Tips - 90 Days to a Better Western Hunt

Congratulations, you’re heading out west and adventure awaits you. If getting into shape has not been high on the priority list for you, GREAT NEWS, it's not too late.

Should Your Next Turkey Gun be a .410 Bore?

Should Your Next Turkey Gun be a .410 Bore?

The .410 bore shotgun has come a long way in recent years. Advancements in shotshells transformed it from a squirrel and rabbit killer to a strut-stopping turkey gun out to 40 yards.

Get an exclusive look behind the scenes at the all-new Vortex Edge™

Get an exclusive look behind the scenes at the all-new Vortex Edge™

We’re proud to announce the opening of Vortex Edge, our state-of-the-art firearms training facility!
February 15, 2021
Late Season Squirrel, and How to Cook Them

Late Season Squirrel, and How to Cook Them

January and February are considered late season for squirrel, and it is arguably the best time to chase them. With the trees bare of leaves squirrels are a little easier to spot up in the canopy allowing anyone with a .22 or shotgun an opportunity to pull the trigger. There are two primary ways to target squirrel: With dogs and still hunting.