For as long as I’ve been a hunter, I’ve dreamed of the day I would notch my elk tag. As the years passed, I’d found success in just about every animal I’d truly pursued, except elk. I spent hundreds of hours studying elk hunting… Continue Reading “Hunting for Wapiti”
No matter the season, I use BaseMap to find my way, track animals, check season information and collect data. For me, it’s a running log of all my adventures. I love going back and looking at the places I’ve been. Click the photo above… Continue Reading “BASEMAP: MAPPING YOUR WAY THROUGH THE SEASONS”
In the depths of the Columbia River lives a primitive fish dating back to the Middle Jurassic era, over 163 million years ago. The White Sturgeon is the largest freshwater fish in North America. Though they can reach up to 20 feet long, most… Continue Reading “Fishing for Sturgeon River Monsters”
Gobble, gobble, gobble… cluck, cluck, cluck… or my favorite – here turkey, turkey, turkey… no matter what your go to turkey call is, every April these sounds fill the air signaling the kick off of the spring turkey season in Oregon.
When Ty and I set a goal to help kids and new hunters find success in the spring of 2018, we had no idea where the path was going to lead us. But, it set in motion one of the most rewarding seasons of… Continue Reading “Determination: A Youth Turkey Hunt”
2 bucks, and a baby on-board, it was one of the most incredible seasons of my life. The 2017 archery season challenged us in new ways. We had to change how we typically hunt since spot and stalk wasn’t an option at this stage of… Continue Reading “2 Bucks and a Baby -Late Season Blacktail”
Passing on our bowhunting heritage is important to ensure it’s around for future generations to enjoy. My husband bought me a bow ten years ago and I never would’ve guessed the joy, self-confidence, friendships and love it was going to bring into my life.… Continue Reading “Passing on the Bowhunting Heritage – Turkey Season 2018”