Journal

Patches: A Legacy on the Trail Camera

Patches: A Legacy on the Trail Camera

Posted by Josh Alberius on Oct 8th 2019

When a small, spindly two-year-old buck grabs your attention while you’re checking trail cameras, there’s obviously something more to him than just the young rack growing on his head. As I got to scro
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Hunting Tips: Deer Season

Hunting Tips: Deer Season

Posted by Josh Alberius on Sep 12th 2019

Hunting whitetail in November is what every hunter looks forward to after that long October lull during bow season. Whether you’re gun or bow hunting, these are the months we live for. Football season
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Summer Prep: How to Prepare for Deer Season

Summer Prep: How to Prepare for Deer Season

Posted by Reese Johnson on May 31st 2019

It’s almost June, things are winding down on spring turkeys, and the “off-season” is coming to a close. For the first time in a while, deer are on my mind and I’m planning all the summer prep I want t
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To Plot or Not: Are Deer Food Plots worth the Effort?

To Plot or Not: Are Deer Food Plots worth the Effort?

Posted by Drew Palmer on Apr 1st 2019

One of the newest trends in hunting and outdoor stewardship is the planting of what we call “food plots.” Planting food plots for hunting can increase a hunter’s odds of success and provide important
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Shed Hunting Tips

Shed Hunting Tips

Posted by Reese Johnson (Natural Gear Brand Ambassador) on Feb 18th 2019

Treasure hunting for cast antlers, or shed antlers, has become increasingly popular in recent years. While we love putting our hands on that mesmerizing and highly sought after piece of bone when it’s
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