Art of The Pursuit Part 1: Backcountry Essentials

August 12, 2019

September is right around the corner, and we’re excited to cash in our vacation time in hopes of filling the freezer and finding adventure. To kick things off, this piece will highlight our favorite gear picks for the backcountry hunter…

Slowing Down, And Catching Up

June 6, 2019

Depending on who you talk to, turkey hunting is often an overlooked pastime among western big game hunters. I grew up in Virginia and spring gobbler was a big deal for us as kids. The first animal I ever harvested was a beautiful Tom that still stands as my biggest bird to date almost twenty […]

Protecting Our Outdoor Heritage

March 23, 2019

For many hunters across the country, the winter months can be a confusing and awkward stretch of time, as most hunting seasons have quieted down with little to no overlap. Many outdoorsmen and women are accustomed to bouncing between seasons and species throughout the majority of the year, maximizing their time in the field with […]

Employee Holiday Picks

November 25, 2018

With the holidays on the horizon, it’s time to start thinking about gifts that fit the varying personalities of friends and family members. Knives are a classic gift item that can span a wide range of applications, making it easy to find a knife that truly embodies the character of the individual receiving it…

Ryan Callaghan

August 17, 2018

We have reached the eighth and final week of our Pro-Staff Hunt Series, and could not think of a better way to finish off this series than by sitting down with Ryan Callaghan, Director of Conservation and Public Relations for First Lite…

Alex Brown

August 12, 2018

When did you get your first knife? How? (purchased, gift, etc.) I received my first knife for Christmas from my Grandmother when I was 6 years old. I remember scowering through Cabelas catalogs to find what I thought was the coolest knife I could get my hands on. It was a Gerber fixed blade with […]