Archives for August 2018

Venison Recipe by Stacy Lyn Harris Featured in Outdoor News

Stacy Lyn HarrisPlymouth, Minn. —As a best selling cookbook author, blogger, speaker and TV host, Stacy Lyn Harris is fast-becoming a household name in the culinary world, and in August editions of Outdoor News, readers are treated to a recipe by Stacy Lyn featuring venison. [Read more…]

What it takes to be “The Carbon Arrow Experts” Victory Archery

Victory Archery LogoCarlsbad, CA – Victory Archery lives by the phrase “The Carbon Arrow Experts” but what defines being labeled as the expert in a saturated market? Victory Archery is the only vertically integrated company in the arrow industry. Being owned by Mitsubishi, Victory is able to produce its own carbon fiber prepreg (the raw carbon and resin fabric that arrows are made from). With exclusive access to the most sophisticated materials and resins used in the design and construction of aerospace vessels, luxury cars, golf shafts and much more, Victory has a strong advantage over the competition. [Read more…]

Flying Arrow’s PHARMAKON 3: Normal Doesn’t Cut It

Flying Arrow PHARMAKON 3Belgrade, MT- The PHARMAKON 3 broadhead, with its patented coring technology, is like no other broadhead in the industry. When it comes to pure devastation and bone crushing performance, look no further. One glance at the PHARMAKON 3 and you’ll see that it speaks for itself.

The PHARMAKON 3 broadhead is the latest members to join the Flying Arrow Archery family. Like its big brother, the original TOXIC, the PHARMAKON 3 has all the great features of the TOXIC and more. The PHARMAKON 3 is much shorter than the TOXIC and very aerodynamic, making this head very easy to tune. The PHARMAKON 3 has a solid 1 piece, stainless steel ferrule and tip. [Read more…]

CHESTNUT HILL OUTDOORS: Plant Hazardous Zones

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone MapMany factors influence how successful your food plot and deer attractant plants will be, not the least of which is climate. That’s why it’s important to choose plants that are specifically adapted for the climate in your area. One of the best tools for determining this is the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map. [Read more…]