Using the right gear can mean the difference between life and death on a remote Alaska float-hunt. Here is the most important gear we used.
A DIY float trip in the Alaska wilderness gives two intrepid souls all they can handle.
Handgun sights are normally zeroed at the factory for a hold that’s less than ideal when hunting. Learn to “float the dot” for a sight picture that’s better in the field.
Here's a shooting tip that just may help you tighten your groups this summer!
The company claims it will float 12 boxes of shells; I'm calling Bullshooters.