We’ve been shooting package bow setups for some time, dating back to our days with Cabela’s and now with Bass Pro Shops and the BlackOut® Lineup of compound bows. The BlackOut® Epic Compound Bow Package is the latest addition to the already prestigious lineup of compound bows available at your local Bass Pro Shops and... Continue Reading →
By Wade Middleton Deer are most active during the rut. In some cases, the deer that you've seen regularly in areas during the season have suddenly vanished as they make their rounds in search of does and territory to claim. Rattling is a fun and engaging way to attract those big territorial bucks. When it... Continue Reading →
By Wade Middleton There are a few things that I like to do when I'm in a box blind. I like to have a small shooting rest with me. Sometimes, I'll even go bigger, but I just carry it in my backpack and put it in the different windows that I think I'm going... Continue Reading →
It’s been about thirteen to fourteen years since Wade has made it up to Kansas and when you talk to a lot of people that hunt up here, everybody says, they’re big, they’re big, they’re big! Big up here can be put in two different ways. You can be talking about their body size or... Continue Reading →
Every year the excitement builds as the team of Wade Middleton, Steve Nessl, Kevin Giesecke, Jeff Reynolds, and Michael Wersig prepare to head to Kentucky! Heading out of Texas and joining Salt River Outfitters for the first whitetail hunt of the year has become an annual tradition – and as traditions go, this is one... Continue Reading →
Whitetail hunting has its moments. Some good, some bad. This video shares Yamaha Outdoors' Scott Newby first handgun hunting experience and his encounter with giant 8 point buck. GEAR IN THIS VIDEO Yamaha Wolverine X2 Side-by-Side: https://bit.ly/2TqPMsE Performance Center® 460 XVR: https://bit.ly/2GpA8dQ Bog Pod Shooting Sticks: https://bit.ly/2s4vPMG Garmin VIRB® Ultra 30 Action Camera: https://bit.ly/2s8qNPj Cabela's... Continue Reading →
Yamaha Whitetail Diaries shares all the preparations that go into a successful whitetail hunt and provide insight and information on choosing rifle scopes with expert help from Cabela's Optics Pros. Then we check out how to prepare game after a successful hunt with our Bradley Smoker.
Yamaha Whitetail Diaries is joined by Dan Gurr from the Cabela's Archery Team for a exciting week of archery hunting. While on the hunt, Dan will share insight on Cabela's archery products and how to choose gear for your needs, whether you're experienced or new to archery hunting.
TIME: Late October WIND: SSE 8-10mph TEMP: Low of 55 with high of 80 WEATHER: Clear and Sunny with no chance of rain We join Cabela's Dan Gurr as he goes after his first Texas whitetail at the Whitetail Diaries Deer Camp. Dan is well versed in archery hunting as he works in the Cabela's Archery... Continue Reading →
What's your strategy for an early season whitetail hunt? Food Plots? Bedding areas? Water Holes? In this video we see Wade Middleton hunting with a Thompson Center Compass Bolt-Action Rifle in 30.06 topped with a Cabela's Instinct HD 3x9 rifle scope. His plan has him sitting about 100 yards away from a large food plot on... Continue Reading →
Preparation for the Hunt Yamaha Whitetail Diaries takes a look at the preparation that goes into a successful whitetail hunt with insight and information on choosing rifle scopes in this episode. Cabela's Instinct HD Riflescopes are fully multicoated with MeoBright™-5501 ion-assisted lens coatings, resulting in industry-leading 99.8% light transmission. This makes our scopes incredibly brilliant... Continue Reading →
Sometimes it's the unexpected that makes for a great hunt. In this hunt, Wade Middleton heads to stand for the very first time during the early stages of the rut for a bow hunt. While in the stand, we'll see fights, big deer, and something that Wade hasn't had happen to him ever in his... Continue Reading →
By Tony J. Peterson The key to comfort is contained in the first layer of clothing you choose. When I think back to my early days as a bowhunter, I cringe for plenty of reasons. The simple fact I had no idea what I was doing is enough to cause such a reaction. But I... Continue Reading →