Here are five innovative hunting products that will change the way you hunt for the better.
What with technology soaring and the gear capabilities increasing, now is the time to ditch the old, worn out gear and upgrade to a more sophisticated and useful arsenal of hunting products and accessories.
We wanted to highlight some of the best of the best in the latest developments in trail cams, apparel and more, so check out this list of five awesome items, and add to it in the comments if we left something out.
This trail cam takes scouting to a whole new level. The Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Wireless allows you to download high-definition thumbnails onto to your email or phone in real time. No more sitting around waiting and wondering if you have any new pictures on your camera. No more stomping through the woods just to check your cam.Facebook/ScentBlocker
ScentBlocker’s Trinity Technology apparel absorbs your natural scent and prevents it from entering the air, increasing your chances of going undetected in the field. ScentBlocker makes a wide range of apparel, and they don’t play favorites with Mossy Oak or Realtree camouflage.
3. The Scrubba WashbagFacebook/TheScrubba
Removing scent from clothing during overnight hunting trips can be a real challenge. That’s where the Scrubba Washbag comes in. This portable, lightweight wash bag can easily clean hunting clothing in minutes.
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4. The Tribe One PackTach SetFacebook/TribeOneOutdoors
Ever wish your backpack could carry more stuff? The Tribe One PackTach Set is a small accessory that creates an attachment point for a carabiner on any type of fabric without causing damage. With a couple of these, you could easily attach additional bungees, nets and carabiners to your pack.Facebook/HuntersSafetySystem
The Elite Safety Harness is one of the best treestand safety harnesses on the market. It has six side pockets, and a few small chest pockets that have built-in binocular straps. If you already use a vest to carry accessories into the treestand, you might as well use a harness that can hold your gear and save your life.
What do you think about these products? Let us know in the comments section below.