Perhaps the greatest part of going hunting is sharing the outdoor world with your friends. The backcountry is a place to be shared and attacked as a unit. The weeks before the season opener where you and your compadres gather around maps and decide where you’re going to go; the early mornings where everyone crawls
Every year, hunters toil at their day jobs and count down the days until autumn begins, visualizing and planning their backcountry hunting camp, hidden far from civilization. They imagine where they’ll go and how they’ll set it up, even going so far as to begin pinning promising spots on Google Earth while scanning outdoor sites
For most new hunters, after getting their license and finding a place to hunt, the question that plagues them most is, “What gear do I need in order to get started?” There are hundreds of outdoor companies out there declaring that their products are essential to hunters and hunting success. For new hunters it can
Hunting in the backcountry is among the greatest challenges of the hunting world. Those who head into the untamed wilderness in search of their trophy must put in months of research and training. They have to spend hours going over game reports and maps, planning their travel routes and campsites. Once a plan is made,
In this show, the TUP editorial team discusses packing, eating, and storing food in the backcountry to ensure adequate nutrition, the feral hog problem, and the wolf release on Isle Royale.