Hunting and Fishing Gear Reviews and Opinions
In his years of hunting, Gary has had the opportunity to try out a lot of hunting and fishing gear. Because of his experience in this area, he has a lot to offer in the way of hunting and fishing gear reviews. From trucks to flashlights, Gary has tried out most of the outdoor gear imaginable—so he knows what gear is good enough to get.
Looking for a new boat? Check out what Gary has to say about a few different kinds that he's been able to try out. Need a moisture-proof gun case for wetter climates? Gary has the scoop on those. Binoculars? Ear muffs? GPS units? Gary will keep you in the loop with all the outdoor gear reviews you'll need in order to find the hunting and fishing gear you require for your next adventure.
Check out the different types of hunting and fishing gear that Gary Lewis has reviewed below:
It was time to get back in a Ford F-150 and the day the truck was ready for me was the day Bend, Oregon, got hit by a dump of snow.
The Mag Charger accepts 50 rounds from a plastic storage box. Just turn the bullets over to align the bullet tips into the Mag Charger.
The Ruger SR9c is a full featured gun that feels substantial in hand and can be carried concealed.
A review of a new book on the science, politics and economics of co-existing with wolves in modern times.
The Pietta 1873 is faithful to the original in almost every way and, with a suggested retail starting at $375, it is a good value for a single-action enthusiast.
People often ask me about the cool shirts I wear. I get them from Guide's Choice and wear the colorful ones on the water and the earth tones in the woods.
The Danner 453 hiking boots, after more than two years of punishment, have held up well.
The Oregami MRT performs as advertised. It's easy to pack and easy to use once you reach your destination and the tri-fold compartment system is light and functional.
Mojo's Tec board shorts are great lightweight shorts. Fish in them. Surf in them. Or just fall in the water. It's all good.
A boonie hat is the kind of headgear you strap on when you're headed to the boondocks and you're smart enough to know it could rain.
Base layers. You need them starting in September, all the way into May, here in the Pacific Northwest. Check out GH Unders for purpose-built base layers of all sorts for men, women, boys and girls. They can outfit you from your toes all the way to the top of your head.
These bibs are 100 percent waterproof and they come with large cargo style pockets and zippered security pockets.
Crimson Trace builds lasers in a plant in Wilsonville, Ore., a product made in America, for Americans.
Here are 12 new fishing boats, and what we like about them.
Outside of town, we gathered on the windswept Boulder City gun range.
In the market for a new boat? A new wave of innovation gives anglers a lot of options.
It comes into its own on the trail
The only tarp clip you'll ever need.
Composite stock keeps the weight down
Available in percussion and flintlock models
17 foot wide bottom drift boat
Five-layer fabric repels moisture
Five hours of life out of one battery
Flexibility between an economical 175HP and a radical 285HP engine
The Alumacraft Competitor series
a 16-foot fiberglass Fly Pod
Excellent detail and color fidelity
Send GPS coordinates over commercial satellites when in need
The feature-packed, high-end torch is a good fit in any hunter’s kit
A noise reduction rating of 25dB and available in black and pink
A quick-handling upland side-by-side shotgun