Monday, August 12, 2013 - 4:44pm
Author: Bill Miller

A good shotgun, rifle or bow … one that you’ve practiced with, are familiar with, and with which you’ve enjoyed success … feels and performs like a natural extension of your body. It “feels” good when you pick it up.

In selecting hunting gloves for all seasons, you’re looking for a product that enhances that feel and performance, not detracts from it. Properly built, designed, and fitting gloves will increase feel and grip no matter the temperature or how wet things get.

Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 6:28pm
Author: Philip Brenckle

It’s not every year you get a personal invite from the incoming President of the Board of Directors of Safari Club International to attend the Annual Convention in Reno. So when the letter arrived in my mailbox it took about 15 minutes to accept and book our travel reservation. It’s widely known the annual event is one of the nation’s biggest gatherings of Sportsmen and Women. Not to mention it’s one of largest hunting exhibitions in the US with vendors coming from all over the World.

Monday, January 14, 2013 - 2:51pm
Author: Philip Brenckle

First and foremost Happy Holidays from all of us at Huntworth!!

As we welcome in the New Year we want to thank all of you, our loyal customers, for another great year. We also want to assure you we’ve been working hard all winter to bring you lots of new and innovative products in 2013. Stay tuned to the blog for some sneak peeks inside the walls of Huntworth as we launch our new product lines.

Friday, December 14, 2012 - 12:53am
Author: Philip Brenckle

“You know Philip, this is the 57th year I’ve been making this drive the Monday after Thanksgiving,” said my Father and Life Long Hunting Partner. We are lucky enough to still hunt the same land my Dad started his hunting career on many years ago. What’s even more fantastic is it’s owned by his lifetime hunting buddy and the family that introduced him to the outdoors. Fifty seven years ago there wasn’t nearly the quantity and quality of deer in the State of Pennsylvania. It took my father over 20 years to get his first buck down on the ground (a basket rack 8 point).

Friday, December 14, 2012 - 12:47am
Author: Philip Brenckle

As I made the drive down the familiar road leading to the gate of our cabin I couldn’t help but have a smile on my face. Do you remember that feeling you got when you were about 7 years old and it was finally time to open your Christmas presents? It’s the beauty of being a deer hunter…you still get to feel like this well after your seventh birthday each season opener.

Thursday, December 6, 2012 - 12:54pm
Author: Philip Brenckle

As I reviewed the weather report as my flight touched down in Durango, Colorado I knew the first few days were going to be slow. With highs touching the 70s in early November this was not ideal weather for high country elk. However, things looked promising the last 2 days of the hunt with a strong northern front predicted to bring snow. As we made our way to the small town of Dolores to meet up with Bob Luna, owner of Colorado Hunting Expeditions, he confirmed things were slow on the elk front. They had managed to take a few nice deer but only one bull was down in camp. This was the hottest start to a season Bob could recall (bad hot…not good).

Monday, November 19, 2012 - 5:13pm
Author: Philip Brenckle

The cold weather is here to stay folks. We’ve even experienced some early snowfalls in the East and Midwest. So it’s time to hit up your local retailer and load up on Huntworth Cold Weather Gear. You can once again find a huge selection of our gloves and headgear at your local Walmart, Dunhams, and Kmart all over the country. I suggest picking up one our waffle fleeced lined Balaclavas to keep you warm on those long hours on the stand. We continue to add more retailers every day to our growing list. Use our store locator as well to find a retailer near you to visit.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 - 3:58pm
Author: Philip Brenckle

When’s the whitetail rut going to occur? What days should I be out in the woods? These are two questions every hunter wonders each year as the magic days approach. This year the rut is predicted to occur early with activity peaking in late October. Over my years of experience three major factors influence the rut.

Monday, October 15, 2012 - 3:41pm
Author: Philip Brenckle

Despite some really tough weather conditions and a huge acorn crop limiting early season deer movement we did have several encounters with some big Guernsey County Ohio bucks. Unfortunately, despite Guide Tim King’s best efforts we weren’t able to get one down on the ground. The last night turned out to be the most exciting with the rain moving out and a cold front settling in. I watched a mature 10 point feed across the shore of a pond for a little over ½ an hour. Also at last light a huge buck popped his head into the food plot but stayed just out of bow range.

Monday, October 8, 2012 - 11:08pm
Author: Philip Brenckle

Low of 35 degrees at sunrise in September! Better put on my Oak Tree™ camouflage Hoodie and some Huntworth® lined gloves to christen the start of the 2012 Deer Season in Pennsylvania. As I slid my release over my glove I was happy to see our promise of warmth without the bulk in action. This was also my first chance to try out our 5 bulb LED Lighted Hat on a hunt. As I worked my way into my treestand, long before daylight, it was nice to be flashlight free so I could easily dig in pack, climb my ladder, and safely hook into my stand. With 5 bright LEDs as well it provided plenty of good light.