The leaves are turning! And the temps are cool enough to hike for miles without becoming overheated.
As a hunter I get to experience the best of all seasons. But sometimes I want to just explore, and see what’s over the next hill, what’s down the next trail…
Continue reading Three Must Have Boots For Fall Hiking
Welcome back outdoors world, thank you for stopping back to The Willes Way! If you look back at an article I wrote early last year, “Rifle Shopping for the Average Joe
“, you know after my research, I purchased a Remington Arms Model 783 7mm. I had high expectations for this gun, all I needed was some time in the woods with this firearm to confirm I’d made the right choice. Here is what I learned.
Continue reading Gear Review: Remington 783
Let’s face it – every outdoorsman needs a good, durable, lantern. For those of us who spend time on the water at in the dark, wouldn’t a waterproof lantern that floats be just ticket? A lantern that floats. Sound like I am I asking for too much? Continue reading Gear Review: Zippo Outdoors Rugged Lantern
2013 PSE Dream Season DNA was a very popular bow; they manufactured a new riser that was stronger and lighter but still managed to push the super-fast IBO speeds PSE is known for.
But for most of us, a smooth draw is what we really want, and as a woman, I don’t want to have to fight with what in my opinion was an overly aggressive cam. Continue reading Gear Review: 2014 PSE Dream Season DNA SP
As of to date I have been shooting archery for over 30 years. In that 30 plus yeas I have gone through numerous gear changes. I am kind f a gear nut and love to try new things. The one thing that has never changed is I have always shot a multi pin sight. I started out with 3 pins, then went to 5, and the went to a 7. This improved my long range shooting but I also started to clutter up my sight picture. I needed something a little simpler that would give me the accuracy and durability that I demand. Continue reading Gear review: HHA Optimizer Lite Ultra Series, Model DS-XL5519