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Hunting – i’m @ The Leading Edge!

“i have fun @ the Leading Edge

  • Ice Safety and Principles
    As ice slowly creeps across the ice belt, I find myself chomping at the bit hardly waiting to get out on the ice for some early ice fishing. Despite my love for ice fishing, one thing I never take for granted on early ice is safety. Safety consists of three critical points: Equipment, knowledge, and [...]
  • The 1,2,3’s of Pheasant Hunting.
    Trust your Spaniel! My best friend Mando! I recognize my sweet boy is getting older (10)! The 1,2,3’s of pheasant hunting: 1. Know your furry partner and trust him/her. When he looks back at you and is looking for reassurance, know that you are the one that moves him forward and give [...]
  • Ducks Among Us!
    Double D Outfitters, The Waterfowl Migration is ONAirdrie, Canada Being asked to go on a duck hunt with Darren and Daryl was a major privilege.  It was stress free for me. Just watching the pros show me how it is done.  They called very little and were amazingly accurate on the time t [...]
  • 5 Tips Help Avoid Nasty Weather ‘Fowl-ups’ It Is Your Duck Hunting Adventure
    Enhance your duck hunting success and make each trip more satisfying and somewhat safer using the secrets of the Pros. Duck caller reeds adhere in freezing weather or occasionally freeze. Prevent gum-ups through the use of anything that is made to discourage snow, rain and ice build-up on windshield [...]
  • When Climbing Higher for Deer Hunting, Don’t Forget to Stay Connected
    Deer hunters who climb more than 40 feet or film their hunting trips can stay safer with the Hunter Safety System Lifeline 42 safety accessory. In the past, hunters that chose to be in stands above 30 feet would have to climb 12 feet or more before hooking up to their Lifeline. This is extremely [hu [...]

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In Depth Hunting

  • Ice Safety and Principles
    As ice slowly creeps across the ice belt, I find myself chomping at the bit hardly waiting to get out on the ice for some early ice fishing. Despite my love for ice fishing, one thing I never take for granted on early ice is safety. Safety consists of three critical points: Equipment, knowledge, and [...]
  • The 1,2,3’s of Pheasant Hunting.
    Trust your Spaniel! My best friend Mando! I recognize my sweet boy is getting older (10)! The 1,2,3’s of pheasant hunting: 1. Know your furry partner and trust him/her. When he looks back at you and is looking for reassurance, know that you are the one that moves him forward and give [...]
  • Ducks Among Us!
    Double D Outfitters, The Waterfowl Migration is ONAirdrie, Canada Being asked to go on a duck hunt with Darren and Daryl was a major privilege.  It was stress free for me. Just watching the pros show me how it is done.  They called very little and were amazingly accurate on the time t [...]
  • 5 Tips Help Avoid Nasty Weather ‘Fowl-ups’ It Is Your Duck Hunting Adventure
    Enhance your duck hunting success and make each trip more satisfying and somewhat safer using the secrets of the Pros. Duck caller reeds adhere in freezing weather or occasionally freeze. Prevent gum-ups through the use of anything that is made to discourage snow, rain and ice build-up on windshield [...]
  • When Climbing Higher for Deer Hunting, Don’t Forget to Stay Connected
    Deer hunters who climb more than 40 feet or film their hunting trips can stay safer with the Hunter Safety System Lifeline 42 safety accessory. In the past, hunters that chose to be in stands above 30 feet would have to climb 12 feet or more before hooking up to their Lifeline. This is extremely [hu [...]

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