For too many outdoor enthusiasts, spring isn’t a time for hunting. All the deer seasons are over, the waterfowl have come and gone, and we can only dream about next fall’s opening day for pheasants. It’s time to put away the rifle, the shotgun, and the bow, and break out the fishing rods.
Or is it?
Serious hunters know that spring is one of the best seasons for hunting. The whitetail season may be over, but there is still a huge variety of game you can pursue, including coyote, crow, wild hog, and the always popular, wild turkey.
Some might be content with ending the hunting season and just going for a leisurely spring hike. But some of us think about the sport all year; the thought of not hunting is sacrilege.
If you’re heading to the woods and the fields this spring, make sure you have the right apparel for the job. Spring can create some unpredictable weather, so you need apparel the meets a wide variety of challenges.
From harsh winds to damp conditions, NOMAD’s spring collection can help you stay comfortable all through the entire spring hunting season.
Lightweight, loose fitting, and incredibly comfortable, this piece of hunting apparel will deliver the moisture-wicking fabrics you need for the spring. On cool days, this hunting shirt makes a top-quality base layer that propels moisture away from your skin. On warm spring afternoons, it can even be worn by itself, providing the camouflage you need for hunting turkey and coyote.
Using all the high-quality fabrics and technology that has made our entire collection so popular, this hunting long-sleeve shirt keeps you comfortable through the roughest spring conditions. While the shirt has a leafy camouflage print that hides you from your quarry, the back features a breathable mesh that helps you stay cool throughout a warm spring afternoon.
During spring hunts, staying concealed is one of the most important aspects of your success. Especially for sharp-eyed game like wild turkey, having complete camouflage is essential. This hunting facemask allows you to conceal your face from prey while protecting yourself from wind, sun, and moisture. These hunting masks blend into the greenish-brown spring foliage and give you another advantage in the field.
Mossy Oak is one of the leaders in hunting camouflage and apparel, and we are proud to partner with this innovative brand to create high-quality hunting apparel, including this effective hunting mask. It has breathable fabrics, a snug, comfortable fit, and a natural camo design that is perfect for spring hunting.
When you need performance hunting apparel, you need NOMAD. With outstanding designs and world-class fabrics, this clothing is designed for hunters, by hunters. If you feel the urge to hunt all year long, make sure you have layered apparel from NOMAD.
Hunters have sought shed antlers on the forest floor for as long as they’ve hunted deer. In recent years, antler shed hunting has become more popular than ever. However, while shed hunting is a rewarding activity, it is often difficult at the outset. Fortunately, dedicated NOMADs usually get better at finding antlers as they accumulate more experience. To enjoy success, you’ll want to hone your skills, cloak yourself in the right type of gear and maybe even enlist the help of your dogs. Whether you’re just getting started or have been at it for a while, we hope these antler shed hunting tips will help you improve your take.
No matter the pursuit, sportsmen and sportswomen are always interested in improving their game. If you fish for bass, you’re always after a bigger one than you caught the day before; if you like to stalk gobblers, you’re always on the lookout for a bigger and better bird than the last. Similarly, whitetail hunters are always keen to harvest a bigger buck than they ever have. And this drive will last for the rest of your life. Even if you managed to claim the biggest whitetail buck ever killed, you’d be out again next season, looking for his big brother. In this post, we’ll showcase some of the biggest whitetail deer on record and offer some background on the record keeping process.
Despite the close kinship of deer and elk, both species represent very different challenges to the NOMADs who hunt them. Most experienced hunters and guides would agree that deer are the easier quarry to pursue, but if you learn to embrace the ways in which these species differ and apply the skills you’ve learned hunting deer, you’ll have a much better chance of bagging a big bull. In this article, we’ll cover the difference between deer and elk hunting so you can have the edge over whichever game you choose to pursue.