Exo Journal — Hunt Planning
Living in the backcountry can be dangerous — especially for hunters. In addition to hiking in treacherous terrain and dealing with difficult weather conditions, backcountry hunters deal with the potential of unintended harm from firearms, broadheads, and knives. Here is what you should know, and have, to be prepared...
After living, backpacking, and hunting in some of the driest parts of the country for more than a decade, I have learned how to maximize ways to find and use water, and minimize how much time and effort I spend ensuring I have enough water. Here are some of the lessons I have learned...
Some hunters are slower and more methodical, while others are more aggressive and mobile. Each method can both work, but which approach is the right one? Let's consider when, where, and why each method is most effective. And how to pair your default hunting style with a specific strategy that leads to success.
Joseph shares the story of an unforgettable — almost unbelievable! — hunt of a lifetime in Alaska's Brooks Range. He was fortunate enough to harvest a Dall Sheep, Grizzly Bear, and Caribou on his hunt, which was a great test for the new K4 Pack System from Exo Mtn Gear.