It's been a while since we launched a new app. We've been working hard on building and testing our next app, and today I'd like to talk a bit about that process and the app we're launching.
Many great men and women have had some inspiring and powerful things to say about hunting. We've pulled together a few of the good ones you should know. From Fred bear to Jose Ortega y Gasset, get inspired for the hunt.
Today we launched Patterns in the iOS app store. Patterns is an app for logging, tracking, and reporting on your trail cam sightings. It's been an idea we've been kicking around for a few years now, and we've been testing it for a few months.
Last season was the first season of saddle hunting for me, but I put in a lot of hours in. I think I walked away from the season having learned something, here's my top 5 tips list of those things.
Trail cams can be a great tool for scouting – they can give you the confidence to hunt an area or a reason to move on. They're also very useful for learning animal behavior. Trail cam video has gotten a lot better, we'll explain why you should use it.
While we've been working on some of our bigger app ideas and trying to get them ready for the upcoming deer season, we decided to take a slight detour and scratch another small itch we had while preparing for archery season.
On June 11, 2021, the Arizona Game and Fish Department Commission voted unanimously to ban trail cameras "for the purpose of taking or aiding in the take of wildlife, or locating wildlife for the purpose of taking or aiding in the take of wildlife." We offer some thoughts on the topic of trail cam bans.
SITKA, First Lite, and KUIU are some of the most expensive brands when it comes to hunting apparel. What does that money buy you, and is it worth it?
It'd be easy to write off saddle hunting as a fad – it's getting coverage everywhere these days. I was a bit skeptical as It didn't seem comfortable or easy to me, but as the saying goes, don't knock it 'til you try it. Here are the reasons I think you should give saddle hunting a try.
Today we released Shooting Light into the Apple app store. It's our first app and started off as an idea on a cold and windy morning in a tree saddle. The goal was to solve a simple problem: knowing when it's legal to release an arrow or pull the trigger.