Eating Clean, Whole Foods

Originally posted on Hunting Fit:
It Doesn’t Get Much More Natural Than This.  (Photo Courtesy of infinatespider.com) ? It seems there has been a lot of discussion on “clean” eating and choosing “whole” foods. My wife got me turned on to the concept about 6 months ago and I have to admit I’m very pleased…

Versatile Blogger Award

  Surprised, honored and excited are probably the best words to describe how I felt when I stumbled across my name in Country Huntress’s Versatile Blogger Award post. I was just enjoying the read and thinking about what a neat idea it was. I never anticipated that when I reached the bottom of the post,…

Women Should Not Be Hunters (title not opinion)

Originally posted on NorthernArcher_:
? DO NOT WORRY! THAT IS JUST THE TITLE NOT MY THOUGHTS! Now sit back and enjoy. “I’ll never apologize for being a hunter.” “Don’t confuse me for being anything other than proud.” These are some of the things we hear today when it comes to hunters. A phenomenon is happening…

Vortex Optics – 4 Reasons Why I Use Vortex

Originally posted on Hunting Fit:
The hunting industry is booming in every way imaginable right now. More and more companies are getting their foot in the door to try and take as much market share as they can while the gettin’ is good. This has caused a lot of noise when it comes to which…

An Early Season Lesson

Archery season has officially started here in Montana which means that I can pursue a mule deer buck, whitetail doe, bull elk and doe antelope with my bow. I can also hunt black bear with a rifle and turkeys with a shotgun. I have been able to get out twice so far.  Day 1 found…

The Scapegoat Wilderness

Summer is a time for camping, hiking and just enjoying the outdoors as a whole. It is good for the mind, body and soul. What better place to enjoy it than a designated wilderness area? Thanks to some recently redefined wilderness boundaries, this year’s Veterans Outreach Program from the Montana Wilderness Association in partnership with…

Small But Mighty-The Tale of Abby Grace Wesson

Without a doubt, one of the most amazing and overwhelmingly precious moments that you can experience in life is that moment when your tiny, priceless, bundle of newborn baby is placed into your arms. The thoughts and hopes that fill your heart with overabundant joy often bring tears along with smiles as you realize that…

Trophies For Troops

As I sit here attempting to write this, the feelings I have are so strong it is making it difficult for me to put my thoughts down on paper. Usually the words just come but there is so much I could say and I don’t know where to start. I guess I will start at…

Hornady 45-70 Bullet Review

Tristan reviewed for Midway USA the 45-70 bullet he uses in the hand load for the Marlin lever action rifle. We both killed our elk with it this year. I thought I would share it with you and let you know to be watching for many more reloading articles to come. “My wife and I…

Family Time in the Field

Yesterday I was able to go out and do some shooting with my DPMS Mini-SASS. My scope, a Vortex Viper PST 6-24x50mm FFP with the new EBR-2c MOA reticle, is very high tech and I wanted to spend some more time just practicing calculating yardage and turret adjustments accurately. My scope allows you to adjust…

On the Line

       Hunting season is closed now which means trapping season is in full swing. The Mountain Man has a line running and traps martin, mink, beaver, red fox, muskrat and bobcat. He has already had some success this season bagging a nice tom bobcat and two red foxes. We enjoy going along and…