Hey Everyone! April is here and so is my excitement for turkey season. I can’t wait to put some of my new camera gear to work. And it never seizes to amaze me how much work needs to be done in the off-season. if there is one piece of advice I would give to any hunter it would be to write down a list of things you want to accomplish and work towards them every chance you get. The last thing you want is for it to be the middle of the hunting season and you have a bad case of the “shoulda-woulda-couldas”. Obviously, there are always things we can improve on and hindsight is 20-20. However, I am making a constant effort to check off as many tasks as possible on my hunting checklist. So make a list and start working on it today! Anyways, I found some really cool hunting and filming articles to feature in this weeks blog-feeder. Hope you guys enjoy! Stay fierce and keep hunting!
I had an exciting week of scouting and shed hunting here in Michigan. I found my very first Michigan deer shed! I have walked many miles on Michigan soil and never found a shed until the of the 2016 shed rally. Perfect timing! I only found one shed and it was small, but it was exciting never the less. I would love to see the results that other people are having. You can post them on the FB page or send me an email at email@example.com and I can create a post to share your findings. I am hoping to be traveling down to Ohio next weekend to search for some property to hunt and to shed hunt as well. I will need to have my Door Knocking Skills on point. Anyways, here are a few of my favorite blogs and videos from around the web compiled together in this weeks blog-feeder. Thanks for reading!
GPS Tracking Provides New Insights Into Rut Movements – by Bernie Barringer
How Far Can Deer See in the Dark? – by Bill Winke
How to Cure Target Panic – by Jeff Sturgis
White Gold: Top Tips for Finding Sheds – by Jeremy Flinn
Hey Everyone! Sorry I neglected to post to the blog feeder last week. I made a special trip to Iowa to attend the Iowa Deer Classic and I had a lot of fun. You can learn a little more about my experience at the Iowa Deer Classic by clicking here. Anyways, there is a lot going on at Fierce Outdoors and I feel like I never have enough time in a day to accomplish what I want to. I have an endless list of spots I need to scout, doors I need to knock on and places I need to plan to hunt. I know that when I am running short on time I need answers quick. So I provided below some helpful hunting resources and maybe one of them will help you on your next hunting project. Additionally, there is a link below to the Midwest Whitetails internship program. I believe anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in the outdoor industry would benefit greatly from this program.
Enjoy the resources! I hope they are helpful!
Bowhunting Habitat Strategies for Predictable Hunting by Jeff Sturgis
Three Places Where All the Sheds Have Gone by AJ Derosa
Shed Hunting The Perfect Closure to Every Bow Hunting Season by G5 Outdoors
Best Places for Deer Sheds by Buck Advisors LLC
10 Tips for Creating Fruit Plots by Bill Winke
Hey everyone! Thanks for checking out the Fierce Outdoors Blog-Feeder. Just like every week, I have gathered some of the internet’s most interesting hunting and filming blogs. If there is anything you would like to see more of please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out the Hunt and Film page for our most recent stories and helpful articles about filming and hunting. Thanks again for reading! Enjoy!
Make Your Own Hunting Video – Realtree Blog
“The Simple Secret to Becoming a Smart Shed hunter”, by Mark Kenyon
“Should You Cut Timber for Deer”, by Jeff Sturgis
“Scott Ellis NWTF Calling Champion”, by Bowhunting.com blog
This weekend will be no different than the past few weekends for me. Since the start of the new year, I have spent my two precious days off doing something whitetail or turkey hunting related. Soon I will be joining some friends on a shed hunting trip and hopefully uncovering more places to hunt. One can never have enough spots to hunt!
I feel as though there is always something to be done when it comes to whitetail and turkey hunting. With this in mind, here are some of the internet’s top blogs to stir up some ideas and motivation. Take care and enjoy!
The Mother Flock: Hunting the Homeland of the Wild Turkey by Andrew McKean
5 Pieces of Camera Gear to Film Your Hunt by Alex Robinson
Accepting the Challenge of Self-Filming by John Lyszczyk
Train for Shed Hunting by Mark Kenyon