2018 was a long but wonderful season. I shot three bucks that year – one in the Adirondacks with my muzzleloader, one in NY’s Southern zone with my Remington 7600 Pump (the “Green Machine” in 35 Whelen), and my Maine buck in this video. Slogging through as much as 3 feet of s...
A Note from Andy Larsson of Skinner Sights
A Note From Andy Larsson of Skinner Sights maker of the Skinner Big Woods Bucks Tracker Peep Sight My Grandfather was not a hunter. He fished some but didn't hunt. Growing up on the banks of the Wabash in Illinois, my father sought out the "River Rats", as he calls them, and they...
Glenn Bombardier tracking an Adirondack Buck in 2021
Over the past several years, I’ve been traveling to the Adirondacks to do some late season tracking.   It’s a long commute from Vermont so I try to find the best conditions and book the closest motel.   This year, Mark Scheeren extended a generous invitation...
Winter is winding down here in northern New England. While I’m always thinking about tracking deer, it starts to feel a lot more real now. I’ll be able to follow up soon with real world ground proofing of the online scouting that I’ve been doing using onX over the winter. It feels ...

Eating Tag Soup

Despite what social media might make you think, not everyone in New England tracked down a buck last season except you. Some guys had tremendous success. Yet even some of the best hunters I know, the ones you never read about or see pictures of, but who consistently get it done, said they struggled ...
  Fall is upon us! All of the seasons are rolling along, with prime buck tracking time getting here. I'm starting to see lots of pictures of bucks and bulls from all over the country. Gets me fired up. But I'm always left wondering, what is the story? We humans are story tellin...
Tracking on Crusty Snow
Maine’s 2018 deer season came and with it, so did the snow. The first four days of the season was a tracker’s delight. I didn’t make it into the woods until the fifth day. I ended up going to some new territory with poor tracking conditions, but I did the best that I could. I had a...
I owned every bit of land I could see as I ate lunch. Well, to be honest, I only partially owned it. Because it belonged to me and every other citizen in our wonderful United States. Plus every citizen yet to be born. This was because I was standing on public land – a great idea that took root...
I’ve spent some time over the last couple of years hanging out with some guys in my conservation group and have come to realize that there is at least a generation of mistrust between the average hunter/angler and state Fish and Wildlife Departments. I hear it all the time at the informational...

The Tire Buck

The Tire Buck
My life now with a wife, a little girl and another one on the way along with working three jobs, is full. God has been good enough to allow me to be a part of a few ministries as well, including writing. In doing my best to keep my priorities in line with Christ, at this season in my life means not ...
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