Whether your ideal autumn day is spent on a mountainside or in a forest with bow or gun in hand or you’d rather kick back on the water with a rod and reel working the depths, the best news for any man or woman tired of the summer heat is cooler days are coming. And with it so is the urge for many to get back outside and begin pursuing their favorite adventures. With every season comes great new gear to help you find better comfort and success each time you venture out. Here are three for hunters and three for anglers you’ll want to check out.
The clothes anglers wear are important as they dictate comfort - warm in cool weather, cool in hot weather.
Proper boots keep your toes warm and dry. Proper underwear...well, let’s not go there. But of all the proper things to wear, from inner to outer, none is as important as the proper hat.
Z-Man’s new Kicker CrabZ is the first-ever true-to-life imitation of a crab’s active, side-swimming profile.
For 40 years, Yamamoto Baits have been a leading brand for every level of angler.
It can be the most rewarding time of year and because of that, it’s usually the most frustrating time of year.
Stopping on a trail above a large pool on Clear Creek near Harrodsburg, I wipe sweat from my brow while peering down at cruising shadows below. The carp are schooled up and actively feeding just below a small rifle. They are prime targets.
Smith has had a long history of bringing outdoors people top-quality multi-purpose tools, and the Insulated 60-Inch Fish Cooler Bag is no different.
There’s nothing better than a good fishing photo. Sadly, most fishing photos are crummy. Add to this, there are more fishing photos now than ever which only means there are more crummy fishing photos.
Gamakatsu just released a new series of extra wide-mouth tackle bags in various sizes for all anglers' needs.
Though cats can be caught in any season they are are more active in hot weather. When the water warms up, fish metabolism speeds up and they need to eat, just to keep up and they need to eat even more to grow in size. In the summer, when it comes to catfish, it’s not a question if the fish will be biting. They are biting - and in every stream of any size, in all lakes and many farm ponds.