In order to increase your chances of bagging that elusive king of the forest, you need to make sure you have all of the right gear. Different gear is necessary depending on whether you are hunting with a bow or a gun, although many necessary materials will remain the same.
13 Diamond Infinite Edge Bow
Many people have a hard time finding the perfect bow for them. For these people, I recommend the 13 Diamond Infinite Edge Bow. The drawback ranges from thirteen to thirty inches with adjustable length and resistance depending on the hunter. This is a great bow for beginners and experts alike.
Remington 700 Rifle
If you plan to hunt with a gun, the Remington 700 rifle is a classic, reliable choice. Its sturdy design makes it long-lasting, and it is very easy to use. Many people brag of making their first kills with this very gun. Even if you purchase other rifles down the road, I promise that this is one you will always come back to. Don’t forget to bring enough ammunition.
Primos Gun Hunter’s Vest
In some states, it is legally required that hunters wear blaze orange during rifle/muzzleloader seasons, and it is strongly recommended to others. The Primos Gun Hunter’s Vest is perfect for meeting the requirement while also being functional. The extra pockets and sturdy design make it practical and convenient.
Radians Remington T-76 Shooting and Safety Glasses
These safety glasses are designed specifically for hunting but are also multifunctional. In addition to shielding your eyes from potential hazards while you fire your weapon, they reduce glare to allow for more accurate shooting.
Mossberg Fixed Skinning Knife
If you kill a deer while out in the woods, a good gutting knife is the Mossberg Fixed Skinning Knife. It is small, making it easy to carry along while still being sturdy enough to handle the job. The blade stays sharp through multiple uses making this knife a tool you won’t want to be without.
Gerber Bear Grylls Folding Sheath Knife
It’s best to take along a second knife in addition to your hunting knife. I recommend the Gerber Bear Grylls Folding Sheeth Knife. It is affordable, can be easily carried, and will stay sharp for many hunting trips to come.
Leatherman Wingman Multi Tool
You won’t want to be caught without a useful multi tool. The Leatherman Wingman Multi Tool is a versatile, economical choice and will provide every tool you may potentially need.
Primos Hunting the Club Ground Blind
If you hate heights, I recommend the Primos Hunting the Club Ground Blind. You will stay hidden from your prey without the trouble of climbing a tree. It will leave you with a more obstructed view, but your feet will be firmly planted on the ground.
Summit Viper SD Tree Stand
The Summit Viper SD Tree Stand is lightweight, comfortable, and user-friendly. Any novice hunter can learn to set it up with a few practice runs. It is crucial that you follow the manufacturer instructions to the letter when using a tree stand.
Hunter Safety System Rope-Style Tree Strap
Always use a rope or safety harness in your tree stand. The Hunter Safety System Rope-Style Tree Strap is a great choice. It fastens quickly and snugly while allowing the freedom of movement needed to aim and fire your weapon.
Garmin Fortrex 401 GPS
The Garmin Fortrex 401 GPS will make sure you can always find your way home. It is also compact for easy carrying.
Midland GXT 1000VP4 36-Mile 60-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio Pair
If you are hunting with friends, I recommend a two-way radio. Quality, affordable two-way radios are the Midland GXT 1000VP4 36-Mile 60-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio Pair. The range is perfect for hunting and any necessary communication. Don’t forget to pack spare batteries.
Bushnell Trophy XLT Roof Prism Binoculars
A small pair of binoculars will allow you to survey your prey or find the best spots for setting up your post. The Bushnell Trophy XLT Roof Prism Binoculars are durable and provide high-quality views to make sure you won’t miss a thing.
Smith and Wesson Galaxy 13 LED Flashlight
Always bring a reliable flashlight with you into the woods. The Smith and Wesson Galaxy 13 LED Flashlight will meet all of your hunting needs. The batteries will last, and the flashlight will hold up even in unfavorable conditions. Again, always remember to pack spare batteries.
Yukon Gear Long-Sleeve Mock T-Shirt
Be sure to invest in high-quality hunting clothes. Since you will probably be hunting in cooler weather, it is important to find clothes that will keep you warm and dry for long periods of time. The Yukon Gear Long-Sleeve Mock T-Shirt is affordable and made of high-quality materials. It is comfortable and fits great over any thermal active-wear.
Yukon Gear Lightweight 6-Pocket Pants
The Yukon Gear Lightweight 6-Pocket Pants are comfortable and great for warmer weather but can also be worn over thermal undergarments and a pair of jeans.
10X Men’s Waterproof-Breathable Outer Systems Hooded Jacket
This jacket is perfect for staying warm and dry for long periods of time in the woods.
Primos Stretch-Fit Full-Hood Face Mask
The Primos Stretch-Fit Full-Hood Face Mask will keep you warm in the cool weather and help to hide you from your prey.
Upscale Camo Camouflage Cotton Poly Adjustable Hat Cap
The Upscale Camo Camouflage Cotton Poly Adjustable Hat Cap from Real Tree Hardwoods is comfortable and warm and will keep you shaded from the sun.
Irish Setter Men’s Trail Phantom WP 600 Gram 9” Big Game Boot
The Irish Setter Men’s Big Game Boot is ideal for those long hikes. They are long-lasting and provide warmth on the coolest autumn days.
Under Armour Men’s UA Camo ColdGear Liner Gloves
I recommend using the Under Armour Men’s UA Camo ColdGear Liner Gloves to keep your hands warm. They hold in heat while allowing the mobility necessary to fasten your tree stand harness or fire your weapon.
There are a variety of tools and pieces of equipment that you may find useful for making your hunting expedition a success, but here we have covered the basics you will need. Always make sure to practice basic safety and check the local hunting laws to ensure that your equipment stays within the proper guidelines.