Digiscoping Beats Trail Cameras

This article, Digiscoping Beats Trail Cameras, was written by our friends at 1st Light Hunting Journal. 5 Ways Digiscoping Beats Trail Cameras for Whitetail Scouting For decades now, trail cameras have been one of the most useful innovations for deer hunters. And they continue to get better – with the latest feature being wireless cameras allowing you to be alerted … Read More

Digiscoping for Whitetails

This article on Digiscoping for Whitetails was written by our friends at 1st Light Hunting Journal. The How and Why to Digiscoping for Whitetails: The Basics Whitetail deer hunters love their gear. There is a ton of it out there all aimed at increasing your odds of taking a quality buck. Products ranging from the basic to the revolutionary abound. … Read More

Supercharging Phone Skope Images With Text

Taking photos is fun and enjoyable, but you can do so much more with them, which is why our friends at 1st Light Hunting Journal put together this article on supercharging Phone Skope images with text. I love harvesting whitetail bucks, particularly mature ones. And with mature bucks comes extra challenge and legwork. It’s that very challenge that makes me … Read More

Digiscoping The Moon

We’re told that it’s up there. Most nights you can see it with the naked eye and it’s casting shadows. I’ve looked at it a few times through binoculars or spotting scope and it never ceases to amaze me, but I haven’t spent much time digiscoping the moon. Needing to break-up the monotony of sitting at home. I decided I … Read More

Prepare For An Elk Hunt by Tanner Kochevar

Prepare for an elk hunt

There are many styles of elk hunting and even more ways to get an elk on the ground and into your freezer. Whether you are hunting 5 miles or 500 yards from a road, “the elk are where you find them.” How you prepare for an elk hunt can make or break your hunt and experience. Prepare For An Elk Hunt … Read More

Trail Camera Tricks and Tips from Tanner Kochevar

Travis Kochevar Checking Trail Cameras in Utah

Thank goodness we are no longer standing in a Walmart waiting for our 35mm pictures to develop. 12 years ago, I remember talking to the lady behind the counter at the photo section. She looked at my brother and me and said, “How’d you get so close to that bear?” We couldn’t believe it! The first time we had a … Read More

Phone Tripod Mount | Attach Your Phone To Your Tripod

Phoneskope Phone tripod mount for digiscoping

Phone Skope’s new Phone Tripod Mount allows you to attach your phone to your tripod easily, thus giving you the opportunity to take pictures and videos of yourself, a group of people, or even the landscape. How The Phone Tripod Mount Works The Phone Tripod Mount attaches to standard tripod base plates and fits smartphones up to 3.5″ width and … Read More

Samsung Galaxy S9+ Smartphone Digiscoping Adapter

Phone Skope’s brand new Samsung Galaxy S9+ Digiscoping Adapter is now available. This case is dual purpose, serving as a digiscoping adapter and every day phone case at the same time. The Samsung Galaxy S9+ Phone Case is designed and manufactured in the USA and works with all existing Phone Skope Optic Adapters. Here’s how the case works. Step-by-step Put … Read More

Upgrade Your Phone? | Phone Skope Phone Case

Digiscoping Cases for phone upgrades

We get this question often – What do I need if I upgrade my phone? Do I need a phone case or a complete kit? Tanner answers the question in this short video. When you upgrade your phone, you only need a new Phone Skope Phone Case for your brand new phone. The Optic Adapter you have from your old … Read More

Black-tailed Godwit – Pedrickton Marsh, New Jersey

Birding black tailed Godwit

Drop-everything Bird: A bird whose presence within a few hour radius of your location compels you to immediately drop everything and GO. Black-tailed Godwit version. The Most Recent Drop-everything Bird I have a lot of “drop-everything birds” that I’ve always wanted to see, especially in the Philly region: Barn Owl, Painted Bunting, Harlequin Duck, Roseate Spoonbill. But some of the … Read More