I made this blog to share the strategies, technologies and products that have worked for me, being a quadriplegic hunter, fisherman and outdoorsman. It will mostly be everything hunting but with a little life mixed in.
Here is a video that explains a little bit about the Helluva antelope hunt. I was lucky enough to be a hunter at this event in 2013. This video shows a little bit about how and why the organization is such a success and still going strong after 30 years.
1000 members strong, the Mossy Oak ProStaff is a group of
dedicated men and women who are passionate about the outdoors and obsessed with
getting closer to critters. Members of the ProStaff share and promote the
ideals of the Mossy Oak brand in all they do. There is not an outdoor event in
America where a local Mossy Oak ProStaff member will not lend a helping hand.
Whether it be a retail store promotion, a conservation group banquet, a deer or
turkey classic, a kids event, whatever it may be, the Mossy Oak ProStaff are
full-fledged ambassadors of the Great Outdoors and the Mossy Oak brand. They
love to share their own insights and experiences.
One of my favorite times of the year is the time for
setting up trail cameras. It is like Christmas morning every time I go and
retrieve a memory card. You never know what you are going to find. Of course I
am looking for Mr. Big Whitetail but I enjoy any critter that gets captured on
I have only used one brand of camera and that is
Moultrie. I have a Moultrie M 80 and D 55, and have had good luck with them so
I have had no need to change. I try to set them up sometime in June and
hopefully don't take him down until January. I only take them down earlier if
the snow gets too deep to retrieve the cards. With our cold temperatures
battery life usually isn't very good. Especially when it consistently is below
0°F. But even with those temps, these cameras work great.
I might try some other brands in the future. What brands
do you like?