The Hike Forever Fitness Plan: Age 18-35

Build your fitness foundation with this essential physiological info, tips on eating right and exercises for staying in prime hiking shape. Your Body At this age, you’re at your physical peak: fast, strong, and quick to recover. That lets you play hard–but without training, you won’t reach your potential or lay a solid foundation for…

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Another top-10 all-time bear harvest in Pennsylvania

Despite one of the worst opening days in more than three decades of bear hunting, Pennsylvania charted yet another top-10 bear harvest in 2017. Hunters harvested 3,438 bears in the 2017 seasons, with the archery harvest of 493 bears and the extended-season harvest of 1,083 bears setting records for those seasons. Forty-eight bears weighing 500…

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Fourth Arrow’s Carbon Arm: Self-Filming Has Never Been More Simple

The Fourth Arrow Carbon Arm makes self-filming your hunts a piece of cake. Filming hunts has caught on like never before. Everyone wants to relive those hunts and add an extra challenge to their hunts. Fourth Arrow is taking over the camera arm market, and for good reason, as their products are second to none.…

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Going Hog Wild with the Garmin Xero Bow Sight

Arguably the most buzzworthy product debuted at the 2018 ATA Show was the new Garmin Xero bow sight. The revolutionary sight generated both praise and criticism, as the high-ticket tech raised questions of legal usage, fair chase and record-book entries. (Photos courtesy of CarecoTV) The Xero essentially combines a laser rangefinder and single-pin slider sight…

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5 Drinks for Backcountry Bartenders

Passing around the flask makes you a good friend. Whipping up one of these wilderness-ready cocktails from top bartenders? That makes you a legend. Class up any camp with plastic cocktail cups from GSI Outdoors (Photo by Ben Fullerton).Treeline Negroni Tad Hamilton, head bartender at Montgomery Distillery in Missoula, Montana, recommends a juniper-heavy gin (plug:…

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8 Creative Ways to Trap Antlers

texasbowhunter.comIf you need some antler trap ideas, we’ve got you covered.  If you love collecting shed antlers, walking around the woods once the snow melts is a great time to find them. However, if you are like most, you’ve often wondered if there wasn’t an easier way to find these hard to find treasures. Luckily,…

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