In the last installment of Remi ‘s summer prep series, he covers archery practice and how his training methods actually make him a more successful hunter.
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Fifteen minutes from my house is an extensive archery complex. It offers multiple walk-through courses and a standard range of 20- to 80-yard bale targets. It’s a great place to go to if you want to hone your archery skills—or see what not to do in the weeks leading up to the season.
In Minnesota the bow opener is always mid-September, which means if you go to the range in late August you’ll see plenty of folks who haven’t picked up their bows...
From elk hunting on the vast Zumwalt Prairie Preserve to noodling for catfish in Tennessee, MeatEater’s Director of Conservation Ryan “Cal” Callaghan is known to have some interesting weeks. He’s taking his Cal’s Week in Review podcast into the field for this new series. watch the videos below and be sure to subscribe to the podcast.
Cal in the Field – Ep. 1: Elk on the Prairie
On this episode of Cal’s Week in Review: In the Field, MeatEater’s...
For a lot of folks, sharpening a hunting knife is a project for the work bench when they’re stuck inside dreaming about being outside. But the best way to sharpen a knife to an edge that you can shave with is out in the field, when you actually need it.
The reason is simple: The more a blade dulls, the harder it is to resharpen to a fine edge. The way a knife dulls is the thin metal on the cutting edge bends and rolls. Keep using the knife as it...