If you want to learn how to spot and stalk bear hunt, then this is the episode you have been waiting for! On this solo episode, Johnny goes into detail on how the Soul Seekers team goes about finding their bear hunting locations and the tips and tricks that have helped them along the way. Tune in to find out more and become a part of #soulseekersnation
After returning home unsuccessful from our spring bear hunt because of missing at longer distances, I knew I needed to hone my craft more and become a better shooter. I don’t believe in coincidences and this past January I had the pleasure of meeting Greg Ray of Outdoor Solutions Long Range Shooting Schools and From Field to Table. Greg is a hardworking individual that loves to help others. We cover some long range shooting tips as well as the different classes that Outdoor Solutions offers. Tune in to find out more and become a part of #soulseekersnation
Hunting out of state and in a location you have never been can be a challenging and daunting . You rely on your digital scouting skills and whatever local knowledge you can gather before setting off. On our recent spring bear hunt in the mountains of Idaho there were a lot of lessons learned and knowledge gained as things quickly got western. Tune in to find out more and become a part of #soulseekersnation
By Johnny Mack
In the spring of 2020 I had the privilege of using Vortex Razor UHD 12×50 binoculars on my bear hunt. I was beyond elated to be able to use them while hunting after looking through them at the Western Hunting and Conservation Expo. The first time I looked through them I was blown away with the quality of glass. Previously I was using Vortex Razor HD binos and even though those were very good, the UHD’s are hands far better and in a class of their own.
By Johnny Mack
This past spring, I had the pleasure of using the Vortex Razor HD 4000 rangefinder on my Washington state spring bear hunt. I was super excited to finally have a rangefinder that matched my binoculars and rifle scope in optical clarity and sharpness. I have used multiple rangefinders in the past only to feel disappointed when trying to range an animal in low light and then not be able to find it.