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Stepping up your hunting photo game -
posted 2 weeks ago
Thanks to you all who enjoyed and commented!
Marty- My advice would be to use your cell phone for your digiscoping needs. Or contact Phoneskope and see if they offer an adapter for the M50. Only issue I see is the camera may be too heavy for digiscoping. As for field photos I'm certain it will be great!
James C- appreciate it !
Adam H- Get after it! It's really enjoyable capturing moments in the woods. Find a camera that fits your budget and run it!
Five reasons you should be coyote hunting -
posted 1 month ago
Hunting a predator is not as easy as hiding in a blind. Nor is it easy put smarting their nose. Play hide and seek with your dog at home, 9/10 your dog will win. And I have been in places (and currently) where the enemy shoots back, I have yet to be seen hiding behind a rock.
I have first hand seen the outcome of coyotes being out of hand on ranches and public land. When I was growing up into the Midwest. I've had to chase them off with shotguns to break up fights with my own dogs. Coyotes (in some, not all areas) need to be managed, you cant argue that. Whether it be trapping or recreational hunting. I dont want them gone. I enjoy watching them and hearing them. Once you have certain interactions and see what they are capable of then I believe your opinion will open up.
Gary, I can personally say I haven't tried coyote...yet.
Getting "down" with insulation -
posted 2 months ago
Cameron- thanks for commenting, and I dont mean to say synthetic doesnt have its place. It definitely dries faster no doubt, I personally never owned a synthetic bag, only jackets.
Kristen A. Schmitt