Trail Cam Photo Update 8-18-2014

Trail Cam Photo Update 8-18-2014

As promised earlier this week, here is an update with the trail cam photo’s we have gotten over the past 2 or so weeks.  We have a couple of regular bucks coming into our food plot.  We were also able to capture a decent buck on camera out in Loch Raven where we had a camera a couple weeks ago.  We also currently have a camera out in Loch Raven and will hopefully have some more photo’s to share with you on our next update. Have you got any good Trail Cam photo’s this summer?  We would love you to share them with us! Enjoy the pictures!            ...

3 Weeks until Opening Day of Maryland...

Three Weeks Left! That’s right, just 3 weeks from today marks the beginning of  Maryland’s bow season.  That means you should be shooting your bow regularly and should be starting to get pretty good by this time.  We got a late start and just starting shooting recently, work and life has kept us both very busy this summer.  But we are now shooting and starting to dust off the rust and should be good to go for opening day. My to-do list for this coming week includes purchasing my hunting license.  Now is a great time to get your license, state lands permits and...
BHM’s Top 5 Bows of 2014

BHM’s Top 5 Bows of 2014

The 2014 hunting season is quickly approaching and we are starting to get geared up for it.  That being said, this  is our yearly top 5 bows for this year.  They are as always in no particular order as we view all five of the below bows as great choices if your in the market for a new bow this season.  We have included our opinion and reasons each bow made our top 5 this year, along with some specs and features of each bow. 1. Bowtech  Archery – Carbon Overdrive Bowtech seems to be doing something right, they make a good product and they are always getting good...
New Maryland DNR App

New Maryland DNR App

There’s an app for that??? If you hunt in the public hunting areas in Maryland, then yes, there is an app for that.  Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has been busy designing a new app that will run on both Android and Apple formats.  I know many times I have pulled up a map of the reservoir hunting areas at home, and then scouted that same land before hunting.  Now you can have those same maps with you on your phone.  Access to much of DNR’s website will now be at your fingertips. Here is a breakdown of the app’s features at a glance: Location-based maps and...