The goal of this article is to look back on the season and give our audience a preview of some lessons you learned. Speaking from personal experience, everytime I go hunting, there are things that I do right, and things that I do wrong. Looking back on these can help us become better hunters, and by sharing these with others, maybe they can learn from our successes and mistakes.
In this AAR, we talk archery elk hunting with Kevin Passmore from The Mountain Project.Read more »
The goal of this article is to look back on the season and give our audience a preview of some lessons you learned. Speaking from personal experience, everytime we go hunting, there are things that we do right, and things that we do wrong. Looking back on these can help us become better hunters, and by sharing these with others, maybe they can learn from our successes and mistakes.Read more »
Many of us are in the process of swapping out some of our early-season gear and adding in our mid-season kit. Which for most of us means your garage or gear room probably looks like a bomb went off. Along with heavier base layers and more insulation pieces you may want to think about switching boots. It's about time to clean up and condition those lightweight, early-season boots and break out something a bit more heavy duty and warm.Read more »
You have procrastinated long enough, and now you’re quickly realizing there’s a small window of time to prepare for your fall hunt. This program is written for a would-be archery elk hunter, but can be tweaked to suit any big game hunter wanting to drive home results. This program is no nonsense and fast paced to have you as ready as possible in a short amount of time. In addition, this is a great test for any athlete that wants to put their toe into the ElkShape methodology to see if THEY dig this approach to well rounded mountain fitness.Read more »
Q: What is one thing you did right this season? A: A lot of spot and stalk bear hunting is trial and error until you figure out where bears like to be. A couple of things we did right were getting out and spending time behind the glass in new areas. We saw bears almost every day, and we primarily looked for big mature boars. Don’t narrow yourself down to one certain area, I feel that we do a good job of staying mobile and looking over a lot of country to find the right bear.Read more »
Feet are weird! The human foot is made up of three arches, twenty different muscles, 24 ligaments, 26 bones, and 33 joints. The bones in your two feet contain one-quarter of ALL the bones in your body. Most Podiatrists recognize five distinct foot shapes, and some anthropologists and genealogists believe the shape of a person's feet can provide insight into their ancestral origins.Read more »
Helping our customers with warranty issues is one of my main roles here at Crispi, and in my time I have seen and heard just about everything you can imagine. Most of our customers are good folks, just looking for a solution to a problem. Sometimes it is a legitimate issue that we are happy to help with. Other times it’s an issue that doesn’t fit into our warranty policy but we can still provide some help and a solution, while sometimes it is something completely different.
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Follow SOLO HNTR Tim Burnett as he pursues a lifelong dream of chasing Dall sheep in Alaska. Available to the public in late September 2019, this film is debuting on CrispiUS.com first, along with multiple giveaaway opportunities!Read more »
Boots have become sort of a frustrating topic for me. It seems that I’m always looking for the right boot for my needs and am usually left scratching my head. In the past, I have always landed on a soft sole boot. These have been great in terms of comfort, but in the land of durability and being waterproof?Read more »