In today’s Huntography mailbox, I received a great sticker from Will at The Will to Hunt and new magazines from Cabela’s, Deer & Deer Hunting and Bowhunting World. Some good weekend reading for sure.
Cabela’s Outfitter Journal leads with Amazing Spring Angling – Your Guide to great Fishing.
Bowhunting World covers Great Bow Gear for 2011 – A buyer’s Guide for Compound bows, Targets, broadheads, sights, rests, releases, arrows, quivers, treestands and camo.
Deer & Deer Hunting has an exclusive on the World Record Boone-and-Crockett Cover up of Johnny King’s 12 point 215 inch whitetail buck.
Happy deer hunting #ff everyone! #deerhunting #bowhunting #archery
After taking my kids on a few Easter egg hunts this weekend, I hope to get a few minutes to skim through these hunting magazines I just received in the mail.
Yup, print magazines.
Outdoor Life’s cover story showcases America’s Top 200 Towns for Sportsmen. Something I’ll be looking at very closely
Field & Stream has 42 essential tips, tricks and tools that every sportsmen needs to sharpen their skills. Heck, I’m always ready to learn something new.
Bowhunting World leads with Bruiser Bears and the hottest bows for 2011.
Whitetail Journal shares tips on how to get a hunting lease for less. Personally, I’d invest the money into gear or trips to new and exciting public land hunts. But that’s just me.
Happy Easter all.
As much as I love technology and the internet, there’s just something about holding a deer hunting magazine in your hand. Kind of like choosing to purchase a paperback book verses buying a Kindle. Guess I’m just old school like that.
I used to have crates upon crates of hunting magazines. I collected them just like I used to collect comic books and baseball cards – both of which I still have in storage. But the magazine collection just took up so much space. So when we moved a few years ago, I did the unthinkable – I threw them out. Horrible, I know.
But, I’m changing that now and will start to build up my collection again. I bought magazines off the shelves last year – but sporadically. Instead of doing that and overpaying, I’m going to get annual subscriptions for the magazines I love most. Hopefully, the next time we move, I’ll have a big enough truck for all my deer hunting magazines.
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