The options are many, but when one looks at function, weight and price, hands down, the BinoBro leaves the rest behind.
Made in America, our simple ideal of a lightweight-waterproof, quite fabric attached to a simple ergonomic harness keeps your binoculars under cover and easy to carry without any neck strain.
My first bear interaction was in the fall of 1980 while grouse hunting in the Lookout Mtn. Unit of Oregon, close to my home town. We hadn't thought much about bears despite the robust berry crop we were actively hunting as the Blue and Ruffed Grouse were occupying much of our time and talents.
My February 2015 predator hunting trip started out as it does every year, with a couple weeks trying to call in bobtailed cats near my home in the Coast Range mountains of western Oregon, followed by a quick trip over the Cascades into the Klamath Basin to call coyotes before crossing the border into California.
Very soon, Oregon Pack works will have it's 2015 line of packs available.
The recent switch over to a a new manufacturer has us most of the way there--but not yet!
My 2015 Oregon/California predator hunting trip is fast approaching, which got me to thinking about last year’s exciting adventure.Valentine’s Day holds special meaning for me. Love is in the air---the love of predator hunting, that is.
I always try to find new backcountry hidey-holes when I travel the length of California en route annually to visit my brother’s family, and of course hunt, in the southernmost part of the state. I end up taking some breathtaking landscape pix, even though my photography skills leave a lot to be desired....
One of the advantages of having a month-long general western deer rifle season is I can take off a couple days from deer hunting, pack up the bird dog and head out for an eastern Oregon pheasant hunt before the deer action really kicks into high gear closer towards November.
Oh what a place. Many of us in Oregon know of the Steens Mountain, not just because it's America's tallest-of-it's-kind fault-scarp mountain. Or, be it for the long ice-age glacier-carved canyons charged with the largest aspen groves in the state. But no, it's the famed Mule Deer.
Three weeks into September and we finally have some precipitation---not much, mind you, but enough to form a puddle or two. I’ll take it since it is the first perceptible amount of rainfall since opening day of archery elk season.
This year's Antelope Tag was a surprise, in more than one way. This would make the third Antelope in 36 years--so, 12 years apart for each, after a fourteen year wait for the first; same unit--Beulah