Rut and River Pursuits Podcast stops by the Mammoth Cooler booth at ATA 2019.
Remote stands often provide the best opportunity for spotting mature bucks — and the worst location for a food plot. Without the ability to utilize machine cultivators or heavy amounts of soil additives, establishing a planting off the beaten trail can be challenging at best. The solution is BioLogic Hot Spot — a scientifically selected blend of wheat, deer radish, rye, and rape--designed to be fast-germinating, extremely attractive to deer and incredibly easy to plant. No soil-tilling is required; simply clear the ground and apply the seed. Ideal for planting near treestands and in woodland clearings — and for luring pressured bucks that shun high traffic locations.
As Duck Hunters, it is up to us to pass on the outdoors and all the traditions that we care so deeply about...
PROUDLY CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF KEEPING YOUR GEAR DRY!
CTB ASSAULT BACKPACK
Whether you are attacking the urban jungle, the one day wilderness trek or a long day on the range, our Cougar Tactical CTB Assault Backpack is the perfect companion. This top-of-the-line bag used widely offers the ruggedness you expect from a high performing military-grade back pack. It is designed to withstand the toughest of environments from the city streets to the back woods and mountains. It’s constructed with 1050 denier Cordura Mil-Spec nylon and incorporates both water and chemical resistance and holds up the fluctuations of different temperatures. This pack also offers phenomenal storage options, including a customizable main compartment that can be divided into two smaller compartments with an internal divider, boot compartment, lined pocket for eyewear, two quick access side storage pockets with fold out cleaning station. Cougars Airflow design allows constant circulation to help reduce stress from long wear and moisture build up. Our Assault Backpack like it big brother also offers either a Pistol or Waist Bag as an attachment.
Dimensions: 19.5”H x 13” W x 8” D
Capacity: 33.5 L /2044 cu in.
Sized to fit up to a 15″ laptop
Main 2 Compartments: 19.5” X 13” X 7”
Bottom Compartment: 12.5”X 8.5” X 2”
Top Compartment: 10.5” X 6.5” X 2”
Durable 1050-denier CORDURA w/PVC Coating
Shoulder straps and back panel have padded air mesh for improved breathability
Spacious front padded compartment MOLLE compatible with enhanced support and stability
Upper hidden soft sided accessory or glasses compartment
Spacious rear compartment with locking laptop and zippered tablet pockets
Zippered pocket with organizer/office panel
Right/Left covered earphone/hydration tube pass through
Mesh water bottle/utility pouches on each side of the bag
Robust shoulder straps, waist and sternum with grab and go handles
3 Years Warranty
BY DAVID MCELWAIN
As gamekeepers, a very important asset that most people use is a trailer, and with most all things in life, they require maintenance and upkeep. With that being said, it is usually easy to maintain with a few important steps. Over the years, I have been involved with and seen several trailer issues cause problems in a number of precarious positions. One situation where I wish I had known more about bearings on trailers, I was with a friend in Venice, Louisiana coming home from a long day of fishing when a tire came off, catapulted itself fifty yards into the bay, and taunted us until the wind drifted it closer to shore. We ended up having to leave the boat and trailer on the shoulder of the road, and drive to the nearest town for parts, inevitably in which they did not have. After that debacle, I learned it was much easier to maintain, rather than repairing a trailer.
You might have heard the buzz this week from the guys out in Cupertino, California hawking their new smartphones with snazzy OLED displays. These screens are the new must-have thing in phones, TVs, and smartwatches. Would you care to take a guess who also offers these state-of-the-art displays? Yep. The SportDOG® Brand SportTrainer series of training collars also feature OLED display technology.
So what, you say? Fair question. The dynamic display on the SportTrainer transmitter lets you view the current dog you’re training, as well as the collar’s static stimulation level and mode. That way, there’s no guesswork when the time comes to make a correction. It even tells you your battery level - because who hasn’t accidentally run out of juice when that young, big-running prospect of yours decides to kick it into high gear and do his own thing?
And these OLED displays really (ahem) shine in the field. They are easy-to-read on those bluebird days, and for those of us who have eyes that have seen more than their fair share of seasons, the numbers are large and bold. They’re relatively easy on battery life, too.
Smartphone-grade technology in an electronic training collar. Because that’s Gear the Way You’d Design It®. Learn More about E-Collars.
By SportDOG Brand
We are proud to have two of our products, Our Cabin Quarter-Zip and Timbers Vest in Bottomland, selected as a part of Mossy Oaks 'Best New Hunting Gear of 2018'. With the launch of our technical hunting gear and casual Camo clothing Mossy Oak's Bottomland has been a significant part of the design process. Bottomland has become a staple camo pattern for deer, turkey, and waterfowl hunters.
Posted by Heybo
COLUMBUS, Ga. - The Gale Camo Rain Jacket in Realtree Xtra and MAX-5 provides superior value and top-of-the-line construction for the avid outdoorsman.
One hundred percent waterproof and wrinkle-resistant, the GALE offers superior performance and comfort, as well as an ultra-soft and quite feel.
- Waterproof zippers throughout
- 3-way adjustable hood
- 2 handwarmer zippered pockets
- Zippered chest storage pocket
- Dual snap waterproof storm flap
- Shock cord adjustable waist
- Available in Realtree Max-5 and Xtra
Congratulations to the OMA team and Dan Schroeder for their win at the Edge Tactical Annual Awards!
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