Exo Journal — Scouting
With more hunters venturing deeper into the backcountry these days, the behavior of animals in certain times and places has also changed. And the behavior of successful hunters needs to adapt accordingly. Here are three ways you can find more animals (and encounter fewer hunters) on your next hunt.
I love hunting bears during the spring in my home state of Arizona, and I also love seeing new places. I started looking into other bear hunting opportunities in western states and decided to hunt the remote and rugged wilderness of Idaho. Here is how I am planning my Idaho spring bear hunt as a non-resident...
You have yourself an out-of-state elk tag and you cannot put boots on the ground until the hunt starts. What do you do? Here is the process I use to scout for out-of-state elk hunts...
The team from onX Maps loves to get out from behind the screens they use to build their digital products and explore the backcountry. We wanted to learn some tips about how they use the product for their own needs, so we turned to onX’s own, Cavan Williams, to gain some insight.