Turkey Hunting: Nebraska Triple by OutdoorLife In the early season—when turkeys are still in big flocks—there’s a good chance that a handful of toms will strut into your decoy spread together. A lot of guys hunt with a partner and the pinnacle of any spring morning in the turkey woods is doubling up on two mature toms. Show More Summary
One of the greatest things about technology for wildlife management is the control we’ve never had before. Just 20 years ago only high dollar agencies and large wealthy landowners had access to trail cameras to be eyes in the field for months on end. Now we have literally dozens of products just a click away... The post Stealth Cam P18 Review appeared first on Good Game Hunting.
A new series from Loon Outdoors features videos of fly tying tutorials. In the most recent installment, learn to tie the Jigawockie, “A jig nymph with a hot spot and the perfect amount of flash.” Most anglers know tippet size … more...
The time of the hunting electronics is now. Never before have outdoorsmen of all types had so much powerful information and technology available to help scout and hunt wild game. The market is now flooded with high quality trail cameras to help scout for deer, turkeys and big game. Show More Summary
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: How Google Plans to Solve Artificial Intelligence Tom Simonite | MIT Technology Review "It’s supposed to be just an early checkpoint in an effort Hassabis describes as the Apollo program of artificial intelligence,...Show More Summary
Longbow mountain goat hunt. No clue how close the hunter is to getting taken out by the falling billy, but sure looks suspiciously close! Amazing [...]
It is a cold night in early March and the young moon barely visible through the thick branches of the...
In the Northern Hemisphere, at least, spring has sprung. Which means spring fever. Which, in the bird world, means babies....
Meet Sophia, a new human-like robot exhibited by Hanson Robotics at the SXSW festival. Sophia has a variety of features that make interactions with a human appear ordinary. Employing a number of facial expressions and cameras behind its eyes, Sophia can have a conversation while detecting emotions and making eye contact. Show More Summary
A Walton County, Georgia, man who apparently wanted to make a name for himself with a “Hey, watch this!” video has succeeded, generating more than 2 million YouTube hits in just four days. The only downside is that he blew his leg off...Show More Summary
The loveliness of sketches: use them once, use them twice, use them a dozen times and still come up with something that looks new while completely eliminating that phase of creating when we just push paper around on a desk wondering where all the pieces should go. Show More Summary
Ever since the LidarLite went on indefinite backorder, we’ve been looking for a cheap and reliable alternative. Researchers from MIT and CSAIL are a couple months away from presenting this infrared depth sensing system using a cheap laser attached to a smartphone. They’re aiming big, with hopes to use this sensor for autonomous golf carts, […]
Usually the first gun kids shoot is a.22lr of some kind. The little pill sized.22 caliber cartridges with stubby little bullets. These little straight walled cartridges may seem just like they’re bigger brothers but the powder, bullet and brass is about where the similarities end. Show More Summary
Harry Murray of Murray’s Fly Shop shares great general tips on adding new life to old flies. “Whether you have a box of dry flies, nymphs, streamers or specialty patterns, here are a few tips to help salvage those flies.” … more ?
There have been several impressive innovations in the hunting industry over the past several years such as carbon arrows, mechanical broad heads, and scent elimination technology. With that said, the climbing tree stand has revolutionized bow hunting like no other piece of equipment since the compound bow. Show More Summary
The concept of a backpack is simple; you can carry more in a bag than you can in your arms and by putting the bag on your back your hands are free to do anything else. We reviewed the best hunting backpacks...backpacks that have gone...Show More Summary
As Kirk Deeter says, guides are the gatekeepers of fly fishing. They know the water the best, when it’s fishing well, and when it’s not. They know the best rigs, bugs, and boats to use. When the ecosystem is in trouble, they are in tune...Show More Summary
“If there is one dominant myth about the world…it is that we all go around assuming the world is much more of a planned place than it is.”—Matt Ridley, The Evolution of Everything For those fascinated by the cosmic gears that guide us...Show More Summary
Happy Monday! Have you been up to any crafting over the past weekend? Or looking forward to some time to create over the Easter holiday weekend? Whenever you find the time, I have a new challenge for you to stretch your scrapbookingShow More Summary
The nature of scouting is like pre-season exhibition games, you’re working out all the kinks from what should become a well oiled machine. Of late we’ve received a generous amount of moisture – keeping most of us fisherman indoors and pining away, while Mother Nature rights all her drought wrongs. I manage a scout trip … Continue reading We shake off the preseason stiffness ?