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  • 07 Jul 2012
    A great day of bow fishing and a new huntress added by Mia Anstine We left in the late morning with a friend and his wife. We set out for a day of bow fishing at the lake. As we floated away from the marina I gave our friend a bow and explained to him the jug and reel. (read about his day here) The wife examined the arrow and [...] Read more of this post
    1603 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • A great day of bow fishing and a new huntress added by Mia Anstine We left in the late morning with a friend and his wife. We set out for a day of bow fishing at the lake. As we floated away from the marina I gave our friend a bow and explained to him the jug and reel. (read about his day here) The wife examined the arrow and [...] Read more of this post
    Jul 07, 2012 1603
  • 04 Jul 2012
    Do you have a Passion for the Outdoors? Do you Live to Hunt? Become a Member of the SeeMeHunt.com Pro-Staff. SeeMeHunt.com is Looking for 2 Men & 2 Women to be part of our Pro-Staff    To Apply --   -Tell us in approx 200 words why we should choose you for Our Pro- Staff -Give us a Brief Bio of your Outdoor Life -Show us 3 different successful hunting pics - Would prefer that you live in NY, NJ, Pa, Mass (North East) But not required.   What is Required:-   -You Must be a member of www.SeeMeHunt.com - You Must Post Something about SeeMeHunt.com  at least Once a Week on Your Social Media Pages .-help out at at least 1 area trade show .- Help to promote SeeMeHunt.com   In Return You will receive - Free SeeMeHunt Gear & Other Free & Discounted Hunting Gear.Discounted Hunts & More-    Email your info to SeeMeHunt.com@Gmail.com To Be Considered. We Look Forward to Working with you  less
    1031 Posted by Chris Avena
  • Do you have a Passion for the Outdoors? Do you Live to Hunt? Become a Member of the SeeMeHunt.com Pro-Staff. SeeMeHunt.com is Looking for 2 Men & 2 Women to be part of our Pro-Staff    To Apply --   -Tell us in approx 200 words why we should choose you for Our Pro- Staff -Give us a Brief Bio of your Outdoor Life -Show us 3 different successful hunting pics - Would prefer that you live in NY, NJ, Pa, Mass (North East) But not required.   What is Required:-   -You Must be a member of www.SeeMeHunt.com - You Must Post Something about SeeMeHunt.com  at least Once a Week on Your Social Media Pages .-help out at at least 1 area trade show .- Help to promote SeeMeHunt.com   In Return You will receive - Free SeeMeHunt Gear & Other Free & Discounted Hunting Gear.Discounted Hunts & More-    Email your info to SeeMeHunt.com@Gmail.com To Be Considered. We Look Forward to Working with you  less
    Jul 04, 2012 1031
  • 20 Jun 2012
    Mia & The Little Gal: Summer vakay the outdoor way June 20, 2012 by Mia Anstine Leave a Comment What a summer vacation/make-up spring break! They may have missed their spring break, but this family made up for it later. Mia Anstine describes two cross-country pig hunts and other outdoor adventures that she recently took with the LIttle Gal and Hubby Hank. ...Read more of this post at the Women's Outdoor News http://www.womensoutdoornews.com/2012/06/mia-the-little-gal-summer-vakay-the-outdoor-way/
    929 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • Mia & The Little Gal: Summer vakay the outdoor way June 20, 2012 by Mia Anstine Leave a Comment What a summer vacation/make-up spring break! They may have missed their spring break, but this family made up for it later. Mia Anstine describes two cross-country pig hunts and other outdoor adventures that she recently took with the LIttle Gal and Hubby Hank. ...Read more of this post at the Women's Outdoor News http://www.womensoutdoornews.com/2012/06/mia-the-little-gal-summer-vakay-the-outdoor-way/
    Jun 20, 2012 929
  • 24 May 2012
    Draw results posted for ELK Colorado – 2012 by Mia Anstine Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. Hey you all! Colorado 2012 draw results are posted for ELK. Head over and see if you were successful. Let us know so we can firm up your spot!!! Remember, if you didn't draw your Colorado Elk tag, we have New Mexico land owner tags available. You can choose and five [...] Read more of this post
    1168 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • Draw results posted for ELK Colorado – 2012 by Mia Anstine Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. Hey you all! Colorado 2012 draw results are posted for ELK. Head over and see if you were successful. Let us know so we can firm up your spot!!! Remember, if you didn't draw your Colorado Elk tag, we have New Mexico land owner tags available. You can choose and five [...] Read more of this post
    May 24, 2012 1168
  • 15 May 2012
    RZ Mask – Camouflaged & Scentless by Mia Anstine I have been spending quite some time testing out the RZ Mask. When I received it, the package declared "camouflaged & scentless - Give yourself the advantage of complete sight and scent concealment" That sounds like it would be ideal for not only tree-stand, but spot and stalk hunting. At first sight the mask appeared to be [...] Read more of this post
    1108 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • RZ Mask – Camouflaged & Scentless by Mia Anstine I have been spending quite some time testing out the RZ Mask. When I received it, the package declared "camouflaged & scentless - Give yourself the advantage of complete sight and scent concealment" That sounds like it would be ideal for not only tree-stand, but spot and stalk hunting. At first sight the mask appeared to be [...] Read more of this post
    May 15, 2012 1108
  • 11 May 2012
    How to Stay Tick Free This Spring by Melissa Bachman • April 24, 2012 •    Although turkey hunting may be one of my favorite hunts of the year, there is always a little bad with the good, and in this case it’s ticks! Not only do they completely invade my space, they can also be extremely dangerous; lyme disease is becoming an all too familiar problem among outdoor enthusiasts everywhere. I speak from first-hand experience when I say this season the ticks are out in full force. Just after completing a hunt in Kansas, the ticks seemed to be out of control, but I was ready for them. Each morning before heading out, I spray down my hunting clothes with a spray that has permethrin such as Sawyer’s Clothing Insect Repellant or Repel Clothing & Gear Insect Repellant. I completely spray my clothing down first, making sure to thoroughly spray my pants waistbands and socks. Then, I take Repel 100, which is 100-percent DEET, and spray down any exposed skin and around my ankles underneath my socks. This helps keep ticks, mosquitoes and chiggers off your skin so you can hunt in comfort and stay safe. This is the most concentrated insect repellent you can buy and works great if you plan to be outdoors for a long period of time. Just remember: If you get it on your hands, make sure to wash them before touching your mouth or eating. Regardless if you just hate the idea of ticks burrowing into your skin or you want to keep safe from lyme disease, these simple tips can be the best preventative medicine to keep you tick free this spring. How many of you have had serious run-ins with ticks this year?
    1393 Posted by Chris Avena
  • How to Stay Tick Free This Spring by Melissa Bachman • April 24, 2012 •    Although turkey hunting may be one of my favorite hunts of the year, there is always a little bad with the good, and in this case it’s ticks! Not only do they completely invade my space, they can also be extremely dangerous; lyme disease is becoming an all too familiar problem among outdoor enthusiasts everywhere. I speak from first-hand experience when I say this season the ticks are out in full force. Just after completing a hunt in Kansas, the ticks seemed to be out of control, but I was ready for them. Each morning before heading out, I spray down my hunting clothes with a spray that has permethrin such as Sawyer’s Clothing Insect Repellant or Repel Clothing & Gear Insect Repellant. I completely spray my clothing down first, making sure to thoroughly spray my pants waistbands and socks. Then, I take Repel 100, which is 100-percent DEET, and spray down any exposed skin and around my ankles underneath my socks. This helps keep ticks, mosquitoes and chiggers off your skin so you can hunt in comfort and stay safe. This is the most concentrated insect repellent you can buy and works great if you plan to be outdoors for a long period of time. Just remember: If you get it on your hands, make sure to wash them before touching your mouth or eating. Regardless if you just hate the idea of ticks burrowing into your skin or you want to keep safe from lyme disease, these simple tips can be the best preventative medicine to keep you tick free this spring. How many of you have had serious run-ins with ticks this year?
    May 11, 2012 1393
  • 08 May 2012
                                                                                                      SpyPoint does it again      It looks like GG Telcom/SpyPoint has done it again. As usual, their tradition of high quality product is unsurpassed. Last years most popular models for Spypoint were the IR-5 and the IR-7. They are both high quality trail cameras. The price points at $129.99 and $159.99 respectively are very affordable. Both of these high quality trail cameras are equipped with Automatic infrared level adjustment which accounts for the high picture quality. They both take color pictures and video by day and black and white pictures by night. In multi-shot mode, they will take up to 4 pictures per detection. They will even give you sound recording! Always paying attention to detail, Spypoint camera’s will give you the time and date stamp as most trail camera’s do, however, they do take their technology one step further by giving you all of the important information so you can fill in the rest of the picture, so to speak. They give you the moon phase and the temperature at the time the pictures were taken so your records of your deer movement are more accurate.   That brings us to the all new 2012 début. If you love your gadgets for the outdoors, SpyPoint has a multitude of new product that is a “Must- Have” for every sportsman.   The BF-7 (Black Flash) Surveillance Camera is equipped with 46 black flash infrared LEDs providing an unnoticeable illumination at night. It is Ideal for security purposes. The BF-7 ensures a superior discretion, even if the subject is close to the camera. With 7 megapixel picture quality, photos and videos captured by the BF-7 are in color by day and black and white by night. It is equipped with an ultra-sensitive microphone at its base, it also captures ambient sound automatically when recording movie clips! Again, This Flash is virtually undetectable to the naked eye. The black flash LED lighting type is exceptional for monitoring the game traffic around your stand or blind. The Black Flash will go completely unnoticed by any game animal which will assure that they will not get spooked or change their nocturnal habits because of the flash. The BF-7 is priced at $199.99 retail. SpyPoint makes a High Definition version, the HD-12. The HD-12 Features a 12 megapixel picture quality and has a built in 3” viewing screen and speaker for audio play back. The HD-12 has an adjustable distance detector sensor from 5 to 50 feet. This unit includes the Spypoint WRL-B detector for wireless triggering of the camera up to 500 feet.   The Tiny-W2 (wireless infrared surveillance camera) should be at the Top of the “Wish List”. This high quality 8 megapixel trail camera is a dream come true. Not only is the Tiny-W2 a trail camera, it comes with the proverbial Black Box. You can hide this Black Box Receiver up to 100 yards away from your trail camera. The images that your trail camera takes are automatically transmitted to the Black Box Receiver. Once you set up your treestand, blind and trail camera, you will not have to disturb your hunting area by constantly checking your trail camera. You can download the images right from the Black Box receiver. It holds up to a 32GB SD card. You will be able to hold all of the data gathered from spring, right through the winter without touching the trail camera itself. If you do choose to check the pictures from the Tiny-W2 and not the black box, there is a built in 2.4” viewing screen so you can check the images unencumbered. If by chance your trail camera goes missing, you will be able to find out if it was taken by a bear or a trespasser giving you a greater chance of recovering your camera. The Tiny –W2 is priced at $299.99 Retail.   If you love your gadgets like I do, you will love the Live-3G. This is the 3G Cellular Camera. This 8 megapixel camera sends 3G cellular photo transmission through mySpypoint website and the camera is fully configurable remotely right from the same website. It comes fully equipped with “Theft Alert”, a built in 3.5 inch viewing screen, time laps mode and so much more. SpyPoint really has too many high tech toys to list in this blog but you can see all of them at www.spypoint.com.
    1698 Posted by Chris Avena
  •                                                                                                   SpyPoint does it again      It looks like GG Telcom/SpyPoint has done it again. As usual, their tradition of high quality product is unsurpassed. Last years most popular models for Spypoint were the IR-5 and the IR-7. They are both high quality trail cameras. The price points at $129.99 and $159.99 respectively are very affordable. Both of these high quality trail cameras are equipped with Automatic infrared level adjustment which accounts for the high picture quality. They both take color pictures and video by day and black and white pictures by night. In multi-shot mode, they will take up to 4 pictures per detection. They will even give you sound recording! Always paying attention to detail, Spypoint camera’s will give you the time and date stamp as most trail camera’s do, however, they do take their technology one step further by giving you all of the important information so you can fill in the rest of the picture, so to speak. They give you the moon phase and the temperature at the time the pictures were taken so your records of your deer movement are more accurate.   That brings us to the all new 2012 début. If you love your gadgets for the outdoors, SpyPoint has a multitude of new product that is a “Must- Have” for every sportsman.   The BF-7 (Black Flash) Surveillance Camera is equipped with 46 black flash infrared LEDs providing an unnoticeable illumination at night. It is Ideal for security purposes. The BF-7 ensures a superior discretion, even if the subject is close to the camera. With 7 megapixel picture quality, photos and videos captured by the BF-7 are in color by day and black and white by night. It is equipped with an ultra-sensitive microphone at its base, it also captures ambient sound automatically when recording movie clips! Again, This Flash is virtually undetectable to the naked eye. The black flash LED lighting type is exceptional for monitoring the game traffic around your stand or blind. The Black Flash will go completely unnoticed by any game animal which will assure that they will not get spooked or change their nocturnal habits because of the flash. The BF-7 is priced at $199.99 retail. SpyPoint makes a High Definition version, the HD-12. The HD-12 Features a 12 megapixel picture quality and has a built in 3” viewing screen and speaker for audio play back. The HD-12 has an adjustable distance detector sensor from 5 to 50 feet. This unit includes the Spypoint WRL-B detector for wireless triggering of the camera up to 500 feet.   The Tiny-W2 (wireless infrared surveillance camera) should be at the Top of the “Wish List”. This high quality 8 megapixel trail camera is a dream come true. Not only is the Tiny-W2 a trail camera, it comes with the proverbial Black Box. You can hide this Black Box Receiver up to 100 yards away from your trail camera. The images that your trail camera takes are automatically transmitted to the Black Box Receiver. Once you set up your treestand, blind and trail camera, you will not have to disturb your hunting area by constantly checking your trail camera. You can download the images right from the Black Box receiver. It holds up to a 32GB SD card. You will be able to hold all of the data gathered from spring, right through the winter without touching the trail camera itself. If you do choose to check the pictures from the Tiny-W2 and not the black box, there is a built in 2.4” viewing screen so you can check the images unencumbered. If by chance your trail camera goes missing, you will be able to find out if it was taken by a bear or a trespasser giving you a greater chance of recovering your camera. The Tiny –W2 is priced at $299.99 Retail.   If you love your gadgets like I do, you will love the Live-3G. This is the 3G Cellular Camera. This 8 megapixel camera sends 3G cellular photo transmission through mySpypoint website and the camera is fully configurable remotely right from the same website. It comes fully equipped with “Theft Alert”, a built in 3.5 inch viewing screen, time laps mode and so much more. SpyPoint really has too many high tech toys to list in this blog but you can see all of them at www.spypoint.com.
    May 08, 2012 1698
  • 26 Apr 2012
    RECENT COMMUNITY NEWS Quickfire Outdoor Interview: Mia Anstine – My Many Outdoor Adventures April 26, 2012 By Rebecca Leave a Comment Blog Url: Mia Anstine – My Many Outdoor AdventuresOnline Name or Code Name: Mia Anstine  1) Outdoor Activity of choice? Riding my horse to someplace I’ve never seen before. Generally this occurs when I a...... to read more of this post click the following link: http://www.outdoorbloggernetwork.com/blog/2012/04/26/quickfire-outdoor-interview-mia-anstine-my-many-outdoor-adventures/
    1152 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • RECENT COMMUNITY NEWS Quickfire Outdoor Interview: Mia Anstine – My Many Outdoor Adventures April 26, 2012 By Rebecca Leave a Comment Blog Url: Mia Anstine – My Many Outdoor AdventuresOnline Name or Code Name: Mia Anstine  1) Outdoor Activity of choice? Riding my horse to someplace I’ve never seen before. Generally this occurs when I a...... to read more of this post click the following link: http://www.outdoorbloggernetwork.com/blog/2012/04/26/quickfire-outdoor-interview-mia-anstine-my-many-outdoor-adventures/
    Apr 26, 2012 1152
  • 26 Apr 2012
    Rocker Ted Nugent has agreed to plead guilty to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in southeast Alaska.   ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Rocker Ted Nugent has agreed to plead guilty to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in southeast Alaska. Nugent made the admission in signing a plea agreement with federal prosecutors that was filed Friday in U.S. District Court. Calls seeking comment from Nugent, his Anchorage attorney, Wayne Anthony Ross, and assistant U.S. Attorney Jack Schmidt were not immediately returned. The plea agreement says Nugent illegally shot and killed the bear in May 2009 on Sukkwan Island days after wounding a bear in a bow hunt, which counted toward a state seasonal limit of one bear. According to the agreement, the hunt was filmed for his Outdoor Channel television show “Spirit of the Wild.'' The document says Nugent knowingly possessed and transported the bear in misdemeanor violation of the Lacey Act.
    1371 Posted by Chris Avena
  • Rocker Ted Nugent has agreed to plead guilty to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in southeast Alaska.   ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Rocker Ted Nugent has agreed to plead guilty to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in southeast Alaska. Nugent made the admission in signing a plea agreement with federal prosecutors that was filed Friday in U.S. District Court. Calls seeking comment from Nugent, his Anchorage attorney, Wayne Anthony Ross, and assistant U.S. Attorney Jack Schmidt were not immediately returned. The plea agreement says Nugent illegally shot and killed the bear in May 2009 on Sukkwan Island days after wounding a bear in a bow hunt, which counted toward a state seasonal limit of one bear. According to the agreement, the hunt was filmed for his Outdoor Channel television show “Spirit of the Wild.'' The document says Nugent knowingly possessed and transported the bear in misdemeanor violation of the Lacey Act.
    Apr 26, 2012 1371
  • 23 Apr 2012
    Mia and the Little Gal: A Hog Hunt to Help Heal ‘Pops’ April 23, 2012 by Mia Anstine      Mia and the Little Gal reminisce about a Hog Hunt The Little Gal and I had big plans for spring hunting this year. We were going on two different spring break hog hunts, a youth turkey hunt and we were going to be doing some good ol’ Oklahoma fishing. These plans unfortunately had to be cancelled, put off and changed. The Little Gal’s grandpa, aka “Pops,” became extremely ill, had kidney failure and passed away. The Little Gal learned a lot from the loss and the brief interruption or “inside-outing” of our lives. She and I are gathering ourselves back together with the help of Hank. He’s been a rock throughout it all for the both of us. He’s re-scheduled a couple of our plans for later in the summer and is working on getting us back to “right-side out.” Read the rest of this post at: http://www.womensoutdoornews.com/2012/04/mia-and-the-little-gal-a-hog-hunt-to-help-heal-pops/
    1027 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • Mia and the Little Gal: A Hog Hunt to Help Heal ‘Pops’ April 23, 2012 by Mia Anstine      Mia and the Little Gal reminisce about a Hog Hunt The Little Gal and I had big plans for spring hunting this year. We were going on two different spring break hog hunts, a youth turkey hunt and we were going to be doing some good ol’ Oklahoma fishing. These plans unfortunately had to be cancelled, put off and changed. The Little Gal’s grandpa, aka “Pops,” became extremely ill, had kidney failure and passed away. The Little Gal learned a lot from the loss and the brief interruption or “inside-outing” of our lives. She and I are gathering ourselves back together with the help of Hank. He’s been a rock throughout it all for the both of us. He’s re-scheduled a couple of our plans for later in the summer and is working on getting us back to “right-side out.” Read the rest of this post at: http://www.womensoutdoornews.com/2012/04/mia-and-the-little-gal-a-hog-hunt-to-help-heal-pops/
    Apr 23, 2012 1027
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