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Rudolf Laveran
The Key to a Successful Waterfowl Hunt

The Key to a Successful Waterfowl Hunt

Waterfowl Hunting Tips: Scouting In order to have a successful waterfowl hunt, you’ve got to find out exactly where the ducks and geese want to be. Showing up to a blind field or body of water (one that hasn’t been scouted) the morning of a hunt is simply a bet you’re going to lose nine times out of ten. Scouting is an essential part of waterfowl hunting. Scouting requires effort and initiative but can be fun and extremely rewarding. Here are two scouting tips which will hopefully lead to a more enjoyable and productive hunt.    Put In The Time:...

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Rudolf Laveran
Food For Thought: Nutrition to Excel in the Field

Food For Thought: Nutrition to Excel in the Field

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: with Alishia Zemlicka of Ivory Nutrition Food can distinguish a great experience from a good one. Clients look forward to the meals in camp almost as much as they look forward to the hunt itself. It’s important to appeal to your clients’ pallet while also ensuring they are properly fueled to perform at their very best. The number one issue we hear from our friends in the outfitting community is that some of their clients cannot keep up with the physical requirements which are imperative to a successful backcountry hunt. Many of these clients come to camp...

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Roby Burch
FOOD - FIRE - FRIENDS: Our Why

FOOD - FIRE - FRIENDS: Our Why

Food and Fire simply bring people together. They create a powerful bond that allow us to share our stories and experiences with Friends and Family. Whether the food has been raised, grown, or harvested, it is representative of a pursuit and a process that is worth bringing full circle. Fire provides warmth and its natural ability to create a gathering point that is exemplary of a visceral connection that man has with nature. We are innately drawn to the glow of a fire and the opportunity to strengthen friendships or forge new ones. Taking the time to cook over wood or charcoal...

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Corey Piersol
3 TIPS TO A BETTER PACK OUT

3 TIPS TO A BETTER PACK OUT

We've all said it, 'the real work doesn’t begin until after the animal is on the ground'.  But that work can be made a little easier if you follow some of our tips; Train, Get a Quality Pack, Keep the Meat Clean.  

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