Gear Collection

Gear Collection

We all love talking gear - so do our experts. From proper optic selection, clothing layers, boots, packs, weapons, and kitchen knives, we have it all covered.

Gear Collection
  • Ch. 7 - Pronghorn Antelope Equipment & Optics

    One of the great aspects of pronghorn hunting is the simplicity of the gear needed to hunt them. In this chapter, Randy talks equipment ideas and how optics can be applied to pronghorn hunting.

  • Ch. 12 - Backcountry Hunting Clothing System

    A solid technical clothing system for most conditions and hunts only require eight pieces of clothing.

  • Ch. 5 - Essential Mule Deer Hunting Gear

    Good gear can make or break a mule deer hunt. There are a few items like optics that make a big difference in success. Remi covers the essentials and what is the best gear for different scenarios.

  • Ch. 2 - Importance of Good Kitchen Knives

    Chef Jaime walks you thru her top picks - blades she uses on a daily basis - and why it’s just as important to invest in quality kitchen knives as you do with knives you carry afield.

  • Ch. 15 - Late Season Gear Essentials

    Rifle elk hunting often happens in rough terrain and difficult conditions. In this chapter, Randy advises on some essential gear needed to be effective and comfortable.

  • Ch. 2 - Selecting the Right Elk Call

    Corey explains the manufacturing process of building a diaphragm elk call to give you a thorough understanding of how elk calls are made, as well as the differences in elk calls, to help you select the diaphragm elk call that’s going to work best for you.

  • Ch. 9 - Backcountry Hydration

    Water is more essential than food. John details water sources, filtration and storage for maximum performance & survival.

  • Ch. 14 - Backcountry Sleep Systems

    John considers your sleep system an extension of your clothing system. It is your last line of defense from the cold.

  • Ch. 11 - Backcountry Stoves

    Stoves can bring your hunt back to life with warm food, a heat source, and water purification.

  • Ch. 13 - Backcountry Shelters

    Not all shelters are created equal. John breaks down the options based on experience level, terrain, and weather.

  • Ch. 5 - Lowering Risk in the Backcountry

    Going into the backcountry is inherently risky. Risk can change based on the team, their collective experience and skills.

  • Ch. 13 - Elk Cartridges & Calibers

    Cartridges and calibers are a big topic of discussion among rifle elk hunters, often receiving too much emphasis. In this chapter, Randy addresses the basics of accuracy, shot placement, and bullet performance needed to be consistently lethal.

  • Ch. 16 - Staying Warm in Late Season

    Post-rut and late season elk hunting is often cold and windy, sometimes requiring heavy exertion. In this chapter, Randy explains the fundamentals of staying warm during these difficult conditions, allowing you to hunt for long hours and eventually find your elk.

  • Ch. 7 - Glassing Mule Deer

    Mule deer hunting is a spot and stalk game. This chapter gives you the secret on where to look and how to utilize deer behavior to turn up more bucks in your glass.