Ty Stockton—2 days ago
My wife gave me a paintball gun for Christmas one year. It was a great present, but it was also a dirty trick. Read More→
Ty Stockton—3 days ago
You hear the countdown everywhere this time of year. There are only a handful of shopping days ‘til Christmas. I guess that’s important, but what’s more important is that if you have some vacation time to burn at work, you still have a few weeks to use it on waterfowl hunting. Read More→
Ty Stockton—4 days ago
I may have been a little shameless in yesterday's post when I begged the truck companies to give me a truck for Christmas. But I’m starting to get a little desperate. Read More→
Ty Stockton—5 days ago
Christmas is a time for dreaming big, and even though I know it’s not likely, I have a Christmas wish, too. I’m dreaming of the perfect hunting and fishing truck. Read More→
Ty Stockton—6 days ago
Hunting can be great on private land. There’s no competition from other hunters, and in a lot of places, the birds are comparatively unwary. But you want to make sure the land you’re hunting on is the land you have permission for. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/12/2014
If shooting at the same old paper targets is too run-of-the-mill for you, have a competition, add some movement, or even get a few exploding targets. One way or another, put some more bang in your target shooting. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/11/2014
For most people who like to hunt, chasing animals isn’t all that gets us into the woods. This time of year, there’s one activity that brings all sorts of people to the forest. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/10/2014
There are a number of gadgets out there that purport to be a waterfowler’s best friend. But the most useful tool you’ll find is one you can’t take out to the blind. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/9/2014
You estimate range when you bowhunt for elk. You estimate range when you put your rifle’s crosshairs on a deer. But do you estimate range when you hunt geese? It’s easier than you might think it is. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/8/2014
I’ve hunted from some comfy goose blinds with propane heaters. I’ve also shivered under a burlap sack on a river bank. It doesn’t matter what your blind looks like, as long as it works. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/5/2014
It’s amazing I ever got to be as into hunting as I am. To hunt right, you have to get up early, and I’ve never been a morning person. Well, except for on hunting mornings. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/4/2014
When a fresh blanket of snow covers the ground, your first thought may be that conditions are perfect for tracking a big game critter. But what do you do if you’ve already filled your tags? Why not go sledding? Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/3/2014
A new gun for Christmas is always a hit, both for the recipient and the giver. But if you’re planning to put a shootin’ iron under the tree, there are a few things to keep in mind. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/2/2014
My oldest boy and I finally got a chance to go chase long-tailed goony birds over the weekend, and I wish we’d done it sooner. We both needed that hunt. Read More→
Ty Stockton—12/1/2014
If you find yourself stuck inside, unable to get out to the range, there’s a way you can still scratch your shooting itch. You won’t be able to shoot your favorite gun, but you might be able to use one almost exactly like it. Read More→