Amber’s Corner – When It Comes to Waterfowl Hunting it’s Quantity Over Quality

Waterfowling is a magnificent sport that takes a lot of devoted time and dedication. Every hunt is different and either yields good or bad results. But each time you take the things you did wrong and change them in hopes that the next time will bring better luck. Birds are very intelligent, so staying a step […]

Read More » | March 19, 2016 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog, Duck Hunting, Waterfowl Hunting | Comments: none

Amber’s Corner – Opening Day Teal Season

Teal season was among us and we were running out of options of places to hunt that morning due to the number of birds being very sparse. We scouted all of our old spots and could not seem to find enough birds to fill our straps. East Texas is usually warm enough during teal season […]

Read More » | March 17, 2016 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog, Duck Hunting, Waterfowl Hunting | Comments: none

Amber’s Corner – Private Land & Hunting

Private land is often overlooked as a privilege and a valuable asset to many that are involved in hunting or just getting started in this wonderful sport. With prices of land increasing and leases becoming more expensive and harder to find, it is forcing many who love the sport to reach out and seek the […]

Read More » | February 6, 2016 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog | Comments: none

Amber’s Corner – The Adventure

My passion for the outdoors isn’t just a passion, for me hunting and being in the outdoors is my life.  From the time that I was just a baby my parents and grandparents continuously had my brother any myself outside hunting, fishing or just enjoying nature.  I am lucky enough to live in an area […]

Read More » | January 21, 2016 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog, Bowhunting, Deer hunting | Comments: 1

Lessons I have Learned

Not every hunt is considered a successful one. In fact, the majority of my hunts do not end with a punched tag or a trophy picture. Fred Bear once said, “If you consider an unsuccessful hunt to be a waste of time, then the true meaning of the chase eludes you all together.” There are […]

Read More » | June 4, 2014 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog | Comments: 2

More than Decoration

  As fog lifted from the green field, a powerful gobble broke the silence of the crisp Spring morning. Moments later a separate gobble sounded across the river and then another.  Multiple toms were near and the excitement was making it hard to sit still. Grinning from ear to ear I adjusted my face mask. […]

Read More » | April 1, 2014 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog, Turkey Hunting | Comments: 1

Talking Turkey

Talking Turkey Turkey hunting is one of the most exciting and challenging hunts the woods have to offer. A new hunter can be quite successful hunting turkeys because it is inexpensive and doesn’t require much experience. In Missouri, Spring hunting season takes place during turkey mating season and male turkeys are vulnerable and vocal. Gobblers […]

Read More » | February 26, 2014 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog, Turkey Hunting | Comments: none

Ladies, Join the Fun!

When I think back to my hunting roots it all began when I was a little girl. Being raised in the country, I spent the majority of my time outside covered in dirt. Through family traditions I was introduced to hunting and fishing by my father and grandfather. Hunting at an early age taught me […]

Read More » | February 17, 2014 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog | Comments: none

Archery Targets

Archery Targets: Hit and Miss Archery products are constantly improving and advancing thanks to the speed and arrow penetration that today’s bows produce. The outdoor market provides numerous archery targets to accommodate longbow, crossbow, and compound bow needs. Shopping for an archery target can be time consuming due to the variety of 3D, block, and […]

Read More » | February 15, 2014 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog, Bowhunting, Safety Tips | Comments: none

Late Season Hunting

Regardless of experience, any bowhunter knows the hottest action of the entire season occurs during the rut. Early October through November is packed with pre rut scrapes to full doe pursuit. Mature deer that were once in hiding during daylight hours can be seen traveling in open fields. No longer on their feeding and bedding […]

Read More » | February 9, 2014 | Category: Amber's Category, Blog | Comments: none