New Two-Person Cedar Deer Blind a Great Option for Hunting Pairs

Hunting with a buddy can be a really great experience, but trying to share a deer blind with them can be quite cramped. There’s no need to worry about being cramped anymore, though, because Productive Cedar Products is launching a new two-seat deer blind that will make tight hunting quarters a thing of the past…. Read more »

Snow Blind: Finding Success With Snow on the Ground

Whether you’re inside a hunting blind or not, a fresh snowfall can definitely make your hunt a lot more difficult. To make sure you don’t come out of the woods empty-handed, here are some tips on how to make your late-season hunt in the snow more successful. Embrace the Elements Don’t let the snow deter… Read more »

Locating Your Blind: Placement Tips to Improve Your Hunt

When setting up your deer blind, you obviously want to place it in an optimal spot where you think you’ll have the best chance of spotting a prized buck. If you end up empty handed, however, it can be very frustrating. To make sure your next hunt is successful, check out these tips on how… Read more »

New App Seeks to Revolutionize Hunting Licenses

You know what nobody likes about hunting and fishing? The paperwork. Hunters and fishermen must abide by the laws in their state, and that includes possessing hunting and fishing licenses for where they plan to be. These licenses must be in a sportsman’s possession at all times of they could face penalties or fines that… Read more »

Six Essentials to Equip Your Blind

When you are out in the wilderness, waiting to get a good read on that treasured turkey or delicious deer, it is important to be equipped with the essentials. There are certain items that you should always have in your blind so you can be prepared for anything – and to stay comfortable during your… Read more »

Chronic Wasting Disease: DNR Expanding Control Efforts in Michigan

One year ago, a 6-year-old doe was discovered to have contracted a case of Chronic Wasting Disease, here in Michigan, which prompted state officials to enact its Surveillance and Response Plan to all privately owned and free-range cervids. Now that cases have been confirmed in six more white-tailed deer, the disease zone has expanded. Most… Read more »

Mix It Up: Changing Your Targets to Improve Accuracy

Shooting a bow accurately requires a lot of practice, but it also requires the right kind of practice. Some hunters can get in the bad habit of only shooting on one kind of target. While this can help them practice the mechanics of shooting – balance, form and accuracy – it does little to help… Read more »

Talking Turkey – Tips for Luring Turkeys to Your Blind

Hunting blinds are a great way to mask your presence from wildlife, such as turkeys, while staying warm and dry inclement hunting weather. Here are a few tips from Field & Stream to help you bring the turkeys to you. Set Up a Good Camp If you want to attract a turkey, start by making… Read more »

Encourage Your Kids to Play with a Cedar Playhouse

If you are a father who loves the outdoors, you want to share your passion with your children. Although they may be too young to hunt with you just yet, it is never too early to foster a love for the outdoors with a cedar playhouse. With the weather getting warmer, a cedar or log… Read more »

Michigan Spring Turkey Application Period Ends Feb. 1

In Michigan, turkey hunting is a very big deal. With the spring hunting season right around the corner, it is time to apply for the proper hunting license. This year’s regular turkey season runs from April 18 to May 31, but there are some limited opportunities for hunters who are itching to get into the… Read more »