Camo Rain Gear - Bookshelf
How to Turkey Hunt, The Real Truth about How It Is Done
I wear this over camouflage pants, a camouflage T-shirt and camouflage boots that support my ankles. The coveralls ... There is very inexpensive rain gear you can get almost anywhere, but if you have the funds, buy a good quality rain suit.
Whitetail Hunting, Top-Notch Strategies for Hunting North America's Most Popular Big-Game Animal
Some hunters who pursue whitetails in lightly hunted country may opt for natural- colored camouflage clothing over which they ... It used to be that if it rained during a deer hunt, you were stuck either getting soaked, or wearing noisy raingear.
Gift guide for children of sportsmen
If your dad is an outdoorsman and you have no idea what to get him, that probably means you are more of the indoors type.
Join the club.
My dad jumps at the chance to hunt for ... whatever ... and take the boat out on any and all lakes with his fishing pole. However, I haven't joined him in that boat since I was a kid.
If your dad is an outdoorsman and you just don't get it, don't worry. You can still find a Father's Day gift he'll love; it will just take a little more work.
If Dad likes to camp, he probably has the basics -- a tent, sleeping bags and pads, rain gear, probably even a cookstove of some variety.
So what can you provide?
You could opt for an updated sleeping bag; the high-end ones keep you warm in freezing weather and fit like a glove. Or, if camping has become less and less about "roughing it" and more about relaxing, a hammock might be a fun choice. They come in either fold-up or hang-from-trees varieties. Speaking of fold-ups, how are your Dad's lawn chairs? If they're starting to show their age, you could upgrade to some fancier ones -- complete with the cutout hole for his beer.
How about a pocket knife? If he doesn't already have one, it would be a good addition to his camping gear; you never know when those things will come in handy.
six dollar hunting blind
Â Probably half the people living here either hunt or eat meat that someone got from hunting. Â A lot people fill huge feeders full of corn, spend hundreds on the feeder and a blind, a full set of camo gear, and all sorts of other hunting accessories. Â I started by cutting down as much brush and small trees as I needed to in the area where I hung my small feeder. I had to cut down at least twenty pine trees, but they were all four inches around or less at the very base of the tree. Â Â Â Â Â Â I thought about going full on primitive and constructing my blind entirely out of the brush and trees I had cut down, but I wanted something with a roof to keep some rain off. Â After putting it together I cover the top with leaves and pine straw and piled the brush I cut down aroundÂ the blind. Â I need to pile on a little more brush and spray a little paint on the non rusted spots on the tin. Â I piled enough brush behind it that from the back you can't see it, but the point of that was for me to be able to blend into theÂ brush behind me through the window. Â With mostly my head being theÂ thing showing I spent two bucks at Wal-mart for two camo bandanas to cover my head and face.