Hunting Tips & Tactics
Testing boots, packs, clothing is a critical step that will prevent issues in the field. Here are a few things to consider in advance of the hunting season.
Hunting for food is as old as humanity itself. But as more people in our urbanized culture become interested in wild game meat, here are a few tips to remember.
We recently spoke with Kevin Guillen from Wilderness Athlete for some insight on their approach to backcountry nutrition and a few spring training tips.
Many of us are stuck at home. But let’s look on the bright side. This is a great time to inventory gear and prepare for a new year of hunting.
We are thrilled to release some exciting new hunting gear for the 2020 season. Take a look to see what’s new from Caribou Gear Equipment Company.
Spring bear hunting requires some obvious gear like good optics and a versatile layering system. But here are a few critical items you shouldn’t overlook.
Before you dust off your skills on a spring turkey or spring bear hunt, you’d better dust off the gear and make sure you’re prepared to be in the field.
If you want the first look at some of our exciting new developments, say hello at a trade show this winter! Here’s our 2020 show schedule and booth info.
Support small, local businesses like Caribou Gear during the Black Friday and Small Business Saturday weekend, and receive great discounts in our online store.
Basic layering principles work in most hunting situations. But what happens when the weather turns very cold? Some gear is critical in the coldest conditions.
Western rifle seasons provide lots of opportunity. But the conditions can be challenging. Here are a few strategies to remember on a tough mid-season hunt.
On warm weather hunts, caring for wild game meat can be a serious challenge. Here are 9 tips to help you come home with better tasting wild game meat.