I returned from another unsuccessful spring archery turkey hunt in Nebraska. I use the term unsuccessful very lightly because although we didn’t harvest any gobblers, we came home with so much more. My goal is to leave the field knowing something just a little more than when I arrived. With these seven spring turkey hunting must-haves, I know I collected a bit more expertise about the turkeys, the friendships, the land, and the comforts of camp.
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I go camping about a half dozen times a year these days and I’m the first to admit I’m obsessed with the gear that goes along with it. When not actively planning a trip or already on one, I often spend the evening rearranging the shelves on which my various tents, packs, sleeping pads, and other such supplies are stored. I suppose I try to justify how much of the stuff I’ve accrued by reorganizing it when not actually using it.
Camping involves sleeping on the ground a lot of the time, so it can sometimes be a little uncomfortable. There have been countless times where I woke up with a stiff neck or back after a night camping. However, I have found this simple formula to be true when planning outdoor adventures. Good food plus good sleep equals a great campout. That’s why finding the most comfortable and reliable sleeping gear for camping is important. Here are some products that can help you achieve the balance of good food and good sleep on your next outing.