The Art Of The Knock

28 Jan

If you’re like me you don’t own your own property, you can’t afford to lease property, and you weren’t blessed by being born into a family that owns a ton of ground. Looks like your only other options are outfitters and public land… ┬áThe fact is, there is plenty of private property out there for […]

Flipping The Switch

26 Jan

I can’t remember the exact day and time the switch was flipped, but I do know the year. It was 2006 and I had just moved back to Iowa after living in Alabama and Georgia over the past year and a half. I had always been an outdoors kind of guy, camping, hunting, fishing… but […]

Hunting Health

22 Jan

“Iowa Man Dies of Exhaustion During Western Hunt” would be the headline if my Idaho hunting trip started tomorrow. Daniel Keith Johnson, 34, of Swisher, IA was found dead 100 yards from his vehicle in Idaho last Sunday. A spokesperson for the National Forestry Service said that there doesn’t seem to be any foul play […]

Now What?

13 Jan

For the second year in a row I am forced to eat Tag Soup. It’s not the first time I’ve eaten it, and it won’t be the last. Some years it tastes bland, while other years it taste like shit. This year was wasn’t the worst season I’ve ever had, nor was it the best. […]

A Season of Trail Camera Pictures

7 Jan

Whether it’s summer and I’m trying to put together a hit list for the upcoming season or during the hunting season and I’m trying to locate a buck, one of my favorite things to do is to check my trail cameras. I guess it’s the anticipation that I love. There’s nothing better than flipping through […]