The area of Alaska where we hunt blacktail deer in MeatEater Season 11 gets over 13 feet of rain annually. In order to stay warm and dry in this saturated climate, it’s crucial to have a kit that is prepared to take on more than a light drizzle.
The Mississippi Delta is bursting with a diversity of waterfowl species. To hunt them, you have to be properly prepared for long days of wet, swampy conditions. This kit ensures that you and your gear stay dry all day so you can fire shots from dusk till dawn whether you’re hunting cajun country in the South or colder climates up North.
A good layering system is key to staying out in the whitetail woods long enough to find the big buck of your dreams. Hours of glassing require warmth, but when hoofing it to that vantage point, you better be able to shed a layer or two. This complete system will have you ready for any situation throughout the season. Check out Episode 2 of MeatEater Season 11 to watch Steve, Clay, and I hunt Nebraska whitetails, live on the MeatEater website now!
Turkey hunting in a place as notoriously difficult as South Carolina requires a few specific pieces of gear to aid in a successful hunt. Going out with wild turkey aficionado Robert Abernethy certainly helps your chances as well.
First Lite Phantom Leafy Suit
In a state where the gobblers have been hunted long and hard, visual blending is a crucial aspect of the hunt. First Lite’s Phantom Leafy Suit Top can help you hide from the wariest of...