Do you have a hunter on your holiday-shopping list?
It might seem like a challenge to find the perfect gift; after all, most hunters are well prepared for their pursuit. There really isn’t much they need.
However, you can find the right gift for a hunter no matter how well prepared or experienced they are. With a few good ideas and a little ingenuity, you’ll find the perfect gift to keep them happy all season.
Hunters can use just about any type of knife, from advanced survival knives to classic single-blade pocketknives. A good field knife makes dressing game much cleaner and easier, and Swiss army knives are effective, convenient tools to have in any situation.
Give your hunter a gift they can enjoy all year long. NOMAD tee shirts are comfortable and light, making them perfect for daily chores or enjoying an afternoon at home. You can find NOMAD tees with a wide variety of styles and colors, allowing you to give the perfect gift this season.
This is an amazing gift for archery and rifle hunters, especially those that hunt in open country. Range finders allow a hunter to accurately determine the distance between themselves and a target, making them more effective hunters. These items can be pricey (usually around $200, but can go as high as $3,000 for advanced models), so you may want to consider a group gift on this one.
If you know a hunter who needs to stay concealed and protected, the NOMAD neck gaitor is a great choice. Made from moisture-wicking fabrics, this product draws moisture away from the skin, which can help keep a hunter stay warm during an entire day in the wild. Available in four different styles, this is the perfect gift for any bow, rifle, or shotgun hunter.
Every hunter can use a pair of binoculars, and if they love being outdoors during the off season, this gift gets even better. You can find a wide range of binoculars ranging in size and price range, but you don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars to get a decent pair. Besides, most hunters probably want something smaller that they can easier store in their pack or pocket.
If you know a hunter who is good at what they do, they could probably use a vacuum sealer for all the meat they bring home. These machines help store food in an airtight container, and they usually cost less than $100.00, making them a relatively affordable (and cost-effective) present.
Hunters of all types, from treestand sitting archers to bird enthusiasts walking the fields, can use a durable, warm, and lightweight pair of paint. NOMAD pants come in three different varieties, giving you plenty of options for this season’s gift.
If you are looking for top-quality hunting apparel, visit the online store from NOMAD. You’ll find shirts, base layers, jackets, and more, all made with the finest materials and the most advanced engineering.
At NOMAD, we love the excitement and challenge of turkey hunting. It’s one of the most difficult yet rewarding forms of hunting, and like many American outdoor enthusiasts, we are always waiting for spring and fall turkey hunts. However, we all need to be reminded that turkey hunting, however enjoyable, can be a very dangerous sport. When done recklessly, turkey hunts can cause injury and even death.
You may have taken a hunter’s safety course, but it’s always wise to review proper turkey hunting safety so you and your fellow hunters can stay safe in the woods and the fields.
Every single state in the nation, with the exception of Alaska, has wild turkey hunting, making the sport easily-accessible to a vast majority of American hunters.
Some states, however, are better than others. According to Realtree, there are nine states that earn an “A” for turkey hunting. These states are located all over the country, so no matter where you live, you’re within a day’s drive of some world-class turkey hunting. So what are the best states for turkey hunters? Let’s find out...
If you’re a game-bird hunter of any kind, including pheasant, quail, duck, or goose, you need to be a reliable shooter if you want to have consistent success. Sure, modern shotgun technology, including choke advancements, autoloaders, and premium loads, have made shotguns better than ever, but it still takes a skilled hunter to drop a fast-flying bird moving with the wind at 30 yards.
One of the best ways to maintain your shotgun proficiency throughout the year and hit the ground running come opening day is to participate in clay pigeon shooting.
This sport can be enjoyed with larger groups or just you and your buddy, so let’s learn more about clay pigeon shooting and why you should get started this weekend.