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  1. Has anyone ever been to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic? I'm heading there next week for Punta Cana fishing with Big Marlin Charters. Any others must see/must do locations or activities? Any tips? Thanks guys.
  2. Hi , I just returned from an amazing fishing trip in Slovenia, and I have to share my experience! I went huchen fishing on the Sava and Soca rivers, and it was phenomenal. The scenery is breathtaking, and the huchen are a real challenge—perfect for seasoned anglers. I highly recommend going with Huchen fishing Slovenia; they know the best spots and techniques for catching these elusive fish. If you're looking for a unique and thrilling fishing adventure, Slovenia is the place to be. Anyone else had a great huchen fishing trip there?
  3. I've used them for almost 3 years and really liked them. Now i'm using kalkal hunting boots. They're specifically work great for extreme cold and offer great traction on snow and ice. Plus, they're comfortable for all-day wear during hunt.
  4. We have pretty much decided to buy a Polaris rzr to use around the place and for some irrigation stuff ( maybe some fun too ). We were thinking about getting a windshield, top, and rear window. All the polaris accessories rzr are pretty pricey and I was wondering if anyone had used some after market accessories? Any other thoughts on stuff that we should put on it? Thanks
  5. I've been using a Pomoly tent stoves for the past few years and I love it! It's much more efficient than commercial stoves and it's much easier to pack. My stove is a folding stove, which means that it breaks down into small pieces that can easily be stored in my backpack. It's also very lightweight, which is important when I'm backpacking long distances.
  6. Hi, I was pretty gun-ho on a Honda 2200eui generator but.....I am now looking at portable solar generators such as the Jackery 1500 or Bougerv with (3) 200w panels. (we have a 550 so roof top is not feasible) I do not know much about them with the exception of 20 hours of internet reviews. Does anyone have much expierence and able to provide insight on performace.
  7. We have pretty much decided to buy a Polaris Ranger to use around the place and for some irrigation stuff ( maybe some fun too ). We were thinking about getting a windshield, top, and rear window. All the polaris ranger accessory are pretty pricey and I was wondering if anyone had used some after market accessories? Any other thoughts on stuff that we should put on it? Thanks
  8. What are some fantastic gift ideas for turkey hunters? I'm seeking recommendations that would enhance their turkey hunting adventures. Whether it's high-quality turkey calls, camouflage gear, hunting blinds, or useful accessories, share your suggestions for gifts that would make a turkey hunter's day. Let's gobble up some great ideas and find the perfect presents for our turkey hunting enthusiasts!
  9. This review here seems informative to me. You may check hope will be helpful for you.
  10. I've researched binoculars in this price range a lot. If I were to buy one, I would buy the night vission. One thing the Viper has that most other binoculars at that price don't is a locking diopter. Here is a review of the night vission you might find interesting.
  11. There are a few friends/acquaintances of mine who are interested in hunting, and they always ask what is the best hunting tools. I was reminded of the days when I first started hunting and bought the tools that I could afford, but ended up spending more money over the years than if I had saved up and bought better quality tools at the beginning. I would like to see your list based on the following. How would you tell your younger self or a new hunter who has a finite amount of money and is just getting started what are the top 5 essential items to concentrate on? Order of the list indicates where you would spend your money, most on #1, etc. The amount I want to set is not based on a dollar amount since everyone's budget and financial situation differs. Here’s mine: 1 - Optics (for this purposes binos and gun scope, spotter a separate item) 2- Frame pack - at least for where I hunt now 3- Boot 4 - Range Finder 5- Rifle (does not include scope)
  12. HUNTSHIELD Men’s Neoprene would be worth a look. I’ve had these HUNTSHIELD boots for about two months. Which i got recommended from this source. I’ve worn them on several deer hunting trips in some pretty rough mountainous county. The boots fit nice and snug, no slipping of my feet in the boot when side-hilling.
  13. I am looking for an EER scope for a handgun. Everyone and their dog used to sell them, now I can't find one anywhere...what's up? Anyone have a lead for me? Know a place that has them? Here https://guntrusted.com/i get few suggestion but need your opinion. Thanks
  14. Hi guys, I need to buy a camping tent. never bought a tent before. considering my budget and requirements, i'm basically down to these choices http://www.amazon.com/Hotouch-Waterp.../dp/B012N6JGNA https://getcampingwild.com/ I just can't tell which one is better quality just buy looking at the pictures online. if anyone has experience with either of these tents... or just first glance opinion... it would be very helpful. Thanks in advance!
  15. Hey guys new to bow hunting. Now I'm looking for compound bows and I found few reliable source though https://toxophilites.com/beginner-compound-bow/ What do you guys think? which one will be better? Thanks in advance
  16. Hello new member here. From Walnut and a life long hunter and outdoor enthusiast. Looking to do a lot more target and sport shooting as well. Hope to learn lots here form other users and share common interest.
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