Not sure who it was, but someone mentioned a recommended portal charger during the seminar. I need something to recharge my cell phone, watch and hearing aides... I can do without the hearing aides but would like to be able to take pictures with my phone. Thanks
Since there is typically no cell service unless we head into town, I just keep mine in airplane mode. A single charge with a few quick bumps when we are at the truck will usually last me the entire trip.
This will be our 16th year of DIY elk camp. I wish I had come to the seminar, I could have shared some of the knowledge I have gained over the years.
"Hypoxia and You - Oxygen, is it really that important?"
"Snow - where did the trail go?"
"How to Properly Quarter an Elk Using Only a 3-Inch Old-Timer Pocket Knife - the importance of checking your gear before leaving camp (part 1)."
"Hunting Strategies When You Only Have a Single Cartridge - the importance of checking your gear before leaving camp (part 2)."
".....the importance of checking your gear before leaving camp" (this would be a separate seminar)
"Where Did This Canyon Come From?! - situational awareness and basic map reading skills."
"This Thing Sure Didn't Look That Heavy From 200 Yards - altitude, terrain, and dead weight."
"Sorry About What I Said To You Back There - team building while retrieving wild game through dead falls and rocky terrain."
Does anyone have any experience hunting Georgia public land? I’ve spent some time hunting ft. Benning, and may resort back to that. Just curios to hear of other people’s successes or failures in the west central Georgia area.