Thursday, September 23, 2010

Time For Some SoCal Mule Deer Hunting
Archery bear season is now closed and the general season (for D-14) doesn't open back up until October 9, so I am headed out to do some spot-and-stalk mule deer hunting this weekend. I have an AO tag that is begging me to fling an arrow. Seeing as it's a full moon tonight, I am sure the morning hunt will be fairly poor on Saturday, so Eric and I are planning on moving a treestand in the early part of the day and then glassing in the afternoon. We found a new spot for bears (in addition to the one we have) and we want to try to cover some more ground, hence to moving of one stand. Two weeks ago there were cub claw marks all over my tree. I am most excited about checking out the photos on the trail cam. There are sure to be some nice ones on there!

In regards to product reviews, I have been asked when I'll be reviewing specifically named products. Provided I have already purchased them or the manufacturer has sent me one to field test, the reviews will come as time permits. I would love to be able to put a review up every week, but I need time to properly review each product. I also have a family, a FT job, a business to run, and I do like to hunt once in a while. I also don't want to clutter up my blog with strictly product reviews either. If there is something specific you want to see reviewed, let me know. I am open to suggestions and I want to deliver what you guys want to see. If you are a manufacturer and want me to give your product a thorough test, please contact me. I love testing out gear! It's one of my simple pleasures in life. I do have a few reviews coming out in the next couple of weeks that I know my fellow archers will love to see. I'll be posting my review on the Insane Archery Camera Mount very soon.

On a side note, Team DIY Pro Staffers Eric and Nathan Welsh both came home with meat for the freezer on their trip to Colorado. The story is coming and I assure you it's a good one! It's not your typical bowhunt and it's a true testament to the DIY spirit.

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