Saxton Outdoors

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Instinctive Archery: Practicing Hunting Shots

Okay so you're killing foam deer standing in a warm, bright range on your league night. Don't get me wrong, any practice is better than no practice, but can you hit that 10 ring on that foam deer you're hunting...from... Continue Reading →

Best of 2017

It's been almost a year since we started this website and 2017 was quite a year. It was an exciting year with quite a bit of travel between our home state of New York and the North Carolina Coast, with... Continue Reading →


Fishing with Hacker usually involves nasty weather and early mornings. That was no different this morning, but when he told me how he has this center pin fishing thing down, and has a line of new soft plastics out called... Continue Reading →

Exploring Utah; Part Three: Southern Utah and Zion NP

The landscape of southern Utah is almost Martian and Lunar, but yet full of life. Canyons colored in burnt shades of red and orange, vividly contrasted by greenery... As we headed south down the highway the landscape continued to change... Continue Reading →

Exploring Utah; Part Two: Race Day, Bonneville Vintage GP

I wonder if I'll ever love doing something so much that I stop thinking when I do it. The background noise will fade and my ability to focus will be at its peak. I will accomplish amazing things if I... Continue Reading →

Exploring Utah; Part One: Big Cottonwood Canyon

 With a week to explore Utah, while on a trip to Utah Motorsports Campus to watch our friend Kevin race his vintage BMW motorcycle, my first thought was how can we make a fishing trip out of this as well.... Continue Reading →

Recipe #2: Wholeamole

I hear it all the time: The key to making good food is using good ingredients. 100% true. There are tons of guacamole recipes that might be easier and faster than this one, but this recipe uses all whole food... Continue Reading →

Recipe #1: Catfish Tacos

 It's now August and with the heat of summer bearing down it can put a damper on fishing for a lot of species, but not the wily catfish. I can't think of a more summer-time fish, maybe the Largemouth Bass... Continue Reading →

The Magic of the Canoe

The grass looks as if it holds secrets... Secrets to ways of long ago. Ways that had simple but profound meanings. A time that had simple, elegant tools made from the land surrounding us... I'm lost in another time, staring... Continue Reading →

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