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First Lite Wind River Balaclava Review

First Lite Wind River Balaclava Review:  It was about time that the standard balaclava head cover got a revamp.  First Lite took Little River Band’s lead about making a Cool Change and created the Wind River Balaclava.

First Lite Wind River Balaclava Review

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First Lite Brimmed Beanie Review

First Lite Brimmed Beanie Review: First Lite is a company that makes functional clothing that helps hunters carry The Load Out and go farther and Stay (in the field)- just a little bit longer.

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First Lite Sanctuary Jacket Review

“You’re so cold, you’re so cold, cold, cold”.  

It may not be manly to admit, but like Mick Jagger said, I get cold really easily.  In my never ending search to stay warm I turned to First Lite, a Private(ly)(held company)(based in) Idaho.  First Lite Sells Sanctuary (Jackets). First Lite Sanctuary Jacket Continue reading First Lite Sanctuary Jacket Review

Packing For Bear Camp

In just a few days it will be time for me to fly to my favorite vacation of the year- bear camp!  Kevin Cronin and Cozy Toes couldn’t make it this year but I’ll be there and it’s time to start packing.

Kevin Cronin
Yankee Hunter, Sorry I can’t make it to bear camp this year 🙁 Your Pal, Kevin.

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Lone Wolf Treestand: Tips & Tricks

The Lone Wolf Assault Climbing Treestand is the best climbing stand on the market and holds a place on the YH Investment Worthy List of hunting gear.   I love these stands.  Read on to find out why and learn a few tricks along the way.  The song choice for this post was too easy.

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Woodcock Spring Training

The Adventures of Dumb & Dumber (AKA Carrot and Mocha)

I love training my dogs on migrating woodcock in the spring almost as much as actual hunting in the fall.  The pressure is off.  There is no obligation or objective to harvest game.  Also, not having to carry a 45″ long 6-pound gun through the thick cover is a pleasant reprieve. Continue reading Woodcock Spring Training