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Follow a Western Big Game Hunter

Team Outback Outdoors blogs often throughout the season to share with you the tips and tactics we use that make us successful western big game hunters. The blog covers topics like habitat, preseason training, bow tuning, gear choice, equipment maintenance, scouting, and stories from the field.

You can choose to follow one or all of us throughout the season and hopefully gain a little insight into the mind of a western big game hunter! If you’d like to ask specific hunting tips questions, you can do that on our “Ask an Expert” page.


 

 

Partnership

by , posted on Friday, February 8th, 2013

All of Outback Outdoors could not be possible without relationships amongst the Team. We are aided by relationships with great sponsors such as Spot Hogg, Hoyt, Hamskea Archery, Gold Tip, Rage Broadheads, GoLight, S4Gear and other makers of quality equipment. Our relationships are not unlike the friendships and relationships you find in your hunting camp. […]

Practice Makes Perfect

by , posted on Thursday, February 7th, 2013

As the 2012 hunting season started to develop and tags started to arrive in the mail, I knew the upcoming season was going to be one for the books. As most of us can attest to, pressure from work and family obligations seem to add to the amount of time you realize you don’t have […]

Where Are You Headed This Season ?

by , posted on Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

It is early in 2013 and here in the West the hunting application season is underway. I, like many of you, begin the research as I contemplate my options and possibilities for the year. This time of year there is a lot of information available for a hunter to consider. The game departments are finalizing […]

A Split Second

by , posted on Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

With only a split second to make a decision, my arrow was in flight.  Windage perfect, Elevation perfect, yardage known, and the resulting heart shot at 75 yards allowed me to punch my 2012 Nevada deer tag. With equipment that is so dialed in and tolerances so tight, it is up to us as hunters […]

Outback Outdoors 2012 Recap

by , posted on Sunday, January 20th, 2013

The year 2012 has proven to be one of the most eventful for Team Outback Outdoors. The winter season had some of the team members Attending the industry trade shows that are invaluable for us. We get a chance to meet and greet our great sponsors at the ATA (Archery Trade Show) which always show […]

OO Hunt Of A Lifetime

by , posted on Saturday, October 27th, 2012

The term Hunt Of A Lifetime will have two meanings in this blog. Team OO member Jim Brennan had the opportunity to guide a young man this month on his very first Western hunt and they would be chasing bull elk in Colorado. The young man’s name is Luke Savage and he is not your […]

Outback Outdoors Team Enhancing Our Land For Wildlife

by , posted on Monday, August 6th, 2012

Everyone familiar with Team Outback Outdoors knows full well that we are all passionate about hunting, fishing and just the whole outdoor lifestyle. Sure we all love to hunt year round if possible and look forward to bringing these hunts to our viewers every month. But a big part of what we do is also […]

Going Guided Out West

by , posted on Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

Part two of this blog I will cover hunting out West with a guide or outfitter. There are many benefits to using a reputable outfitter when traveling across the country for a hunt. I will cover what I feel are the best reasons to go guided for at least your first experience. The outfitter will […]

Marsh Madness

by , posted on Friday, May 18th, 2012

The Spring season was here and my turkey tags were filled. Now I could switch gears to one of my favorite animals to hunt the Black Bear. I was heading up to the far Northern reaches of Alberta Canada to hunt with Interlake Safaris and the owner Jason Lambley. He runs operations in both Manitoba […]

Turkey Tag Out

by , posted on Monday, April 30th, 2012

All winter long most outdoors-man and women go through the dreaded cabin fever. We think of spring not for the warm weather and pretty flowers but for gobbling turkeys. We prepare our gear and shoot all winter to be sure that we are ready when that big Tom comes into our decoy spread. I live […]