As a small company, we don't have the resources to attend the countless hunting shows and outdoor expos that happen all across the country. But we do try to visit at least a couple of shows each year. We have two opportunities in February of 2020 for you to come see the new K3 Pack Systems, purchase with exclusive show-special pricing, or just come hang out and swap some hunting stories... February 5-9: Pacific Northwest Sportsmen's Show in Portland, Oregon February 13-16: Western Hunting & Conservation Expo in Salt Lake City, Utah Hope to see you then!
To say that I was excited would be an understatement of epic proportions. Having grown up reading stories of adventure in Alaska, it was hard for me to comprehend that I was getting to undertake an Alaskan adventure for myself. Although I had been talking about an Alaskan Caribou hunt for years, I wouldn't believe that it was happening until I stepped foot on the vast Alaskan wilderness. Now, on the other side of the adventure, I wanted to share the five most impactful lessons that I learned from this trip. If you want to hear more about the hunting...
In the heat of the moment, critical decision making is difficult. We typically don't think straight in those situations and would often benefit from listening to that little voice of instinct, instead of over-analyzing. Looking back to times I tried to analyze deeply, it turns out I was wrong more often than not. My instinct though? Dead on the money.
Remembering back years ago when I really took the plunge into the deep pool that is hunting makes me laugh. I used to think hunting was just this thing that only happened in the Fall. Not worrying about stuff like my shooting until a month or so before a hunt was fairly common practice. Scouting was also a thing that never crossed my mind. When I truly wanted to progress as a hunter though, everything changed.