Archery Gender Reveal!

Archery Gender Reveal!

In true bowhunter’s fashion, we decided to have a little fun with our gender reveal and use our bows. We placed two balloon in our parent’s garage with a backstop target, one for me to shoot and one for Nick (note: there is only ONE baby though :). At a 3-2-1 countdown, we released our arrows at the paint-filled balloons for the big reveal…

Adding a New Title: Mom

Adding a New Title: Mom

In my younger years, I never imagined that I would become a mom. I imagined traveling, writing about my experiences and living the life of a traditional journalist. If you were to ask me if I could picture myself married with a child on the way, I would have looked at you with wide eyes with an unmistakeable head-shake.

So, You Hunt for a Living? The Truth About Being an Outdoor Industry Entrepreneur

So, You Hunt for a Living? The Truth About Being an Outdoor Industry Entrepreneur

There seems to be a misconception that a "Pro-staff" member is a professional hunter. While that may be the dream, that isn't the reality. There is so much work that happens indoors, to make it possible to get outdoors.

4 Lessons Learned from the Outdoor Industry Insta-Trap

4 Lessons Learned from the Outdoor Industry Insta-Trap

So, what do I mean when I say the "Outdoor Industry Insta Trap"? I call it a trap because most outdoorsmen and women LOVE what they do. They fall in love with the outdoors, gain some traction and exposure on social media, and then think, hey, this should be my career...

Why Bow Hunters Are Athletes

Why Bow Hunters Are Athletes

You can't simply aim and fire like a scoped rifle. Once you are sighted in, you have to shoot your bow enough that it feels natural. Do the same exact thing every. single. time... 

Aiming to Inspire: Eva Shockey Hits the Mark

Aiming to Inspire: Eva Shockey Hits the Mark

It didn't take me long to finish reading Eva Shockey's new book, "Taking Aim". That's because I couldn't put it down. If you haven't heard of Eva, she is the daughter of famed hunter, Jim Shockey and cohost of Jim Shockey's Hunting Adventures. She was also the second woman ever to be featured on the cover of Field and Stream magazine, nearly thirty years after