CHOP YOUR OWN WOOD

"Chop your own wood, and it’ll warm you twice." It's a saying I've heard time and time again, and I think it's something everyone needs to hear. It means that when you do something yourself, you’ll get twice the reward because you worked hard for it. The reward of doing and learning, and the reward of your success.

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CONVENIENCE IS KEY

I spend a lot of time on the road, so convenience is key. At the beginning of bow season, I packed my car with five items so I could stay on the go, and be locked and loaded for any planned or last minute hunts. Here's what I'll be loaded up with the rest of the season...

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RAW AND REAL ROOTS

Throwing it back to the first blog post I ever wrote, I go into my raw and real roots of being an outdoorsman and what it means to me. I'm always asked how I got into hunting, and I feel this post sums up my experiences and the people that made me who I am.

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BOW REVIEW

Written By: Allison Rauscher

Edited By: Sam Ubl

*WARNING: No Hoyts were shot in the making of this bow review.* In this post, I give my personal breakdown of seven bows that I test shot. They include: the Mathews Triax, Mathews Avail, Mathews Stoke, Bowtech Eva Shockey Series, Bowtech Carbon Rose, Prime Centergy Air, and the Elite Emerge.

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VICTIMS AND VALIDATION

Photo Credit: Sam Ubl of Chase Nation TV

In this post, I talk about women hunters playing a victim role, confidence, and the silliness of seeking validation. I probably contradict myself on numerous levels, because I'm definitely guilty of doing some of the things I list. Point being, it needs to come to a stop. It's time for us to take ourselves seriously, and for others to as well.

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