Exo Journal — Mindset
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...
Mark from Exo Mtn Gear joins Dylan from onX Maps for a live webinar all about backpack hunting. Watch a recording of Mark's presentation that covers lessons he has learned from a decade's worth of backpack hunting, his advice for how to get started in backpack hunting, and why things go wrong on backpack hunts.
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.