Posted on September 12, 2016 by
By Hal Blood
The early hunters, trappers and pioneers of this country knew to wear wool clothing to protect themselves from the elements. They knew from experience that wool clothing would keep them warm even if th...
Posted on August 21, 2016 by
In my early thirties I read everything I could read about tracking whitetail deer in the big woods of the Northeast. I read every Benoit book and article, watched every video they produced, read Hal Blood’s books and watched his videos as well. Then I sought out more information thro...
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By BWB Pro Staff member Mark Scheeren
I’ve attended a lot of different outdoor deer tracking seminars, and one question that universally gets asked at almost every deer hunting class is what rifle does the speaker use or recommend as an adequate deer tracking rifle. If you do a search on ...
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As I topped the ridge after a two and a half hour climb, I encountered a sight that everyone who travels the backcountry hopes to see (at a distance, of course) : Grizzly! The bear, a boar I think, was grazing on a hillside approximately two hundred yards from where I stood and was unaware if...
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by BWB Prostaff Matt Breton
I’ve been sugaring this week. Gathering all that sap in buckets (mine is a small operation) and boiling it down to make delicious maple syrup takes some time and effort that I find well worth it. It is something that looks easy from the outsi...
Posted on February 18, 2016 by
by BWB Pro-Staff Matt Breton
I’ve long admired athletes of all sports and levels. I think a large part of it is their constant pursuit of excellence throughout the arc of their careers. As I pondered this recently, it led me to two questions: