The Ultimate Deer Hunting Resolution: Year-Round Digiscoping

It happens towards the end of every season. Temperatures, whitetail sightings, and hopes start to plummet. For diehard hunters, the season starts to take its toll both physically and mentally. This is especially true for those that have swung and missed on any deer harvests.  I recently thought intently about this on the last day of the regular Texas deer … Read More

Digiscoping: The Seamless Way to Share the Hunt

“I swear that buck was 20-inches wide if he was an inch”. We’ve all heard it. Heck, most of us have probably retorted this and similar statements ourselves. Such “field reports” are one of the things that make fireside chats and internet hunting threads great. From the days of bright flannel hunting shirts to today’s gadget-heavy field exploits, sharing the … Read More

Tagged Out? Late Season Digiscoping Opportunities Await

In the days and weeks following the Texas whitetail rut, I feel a lot of things. Among them are frustration, jubilation, and, well, fatigue. Whether I’ve taken a good buck or flat-out struck out in the Texas deer woods, I’m mentally and physically beat. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still primed for the next jaunt to the tree stand. However, … Read More

8 Great Holiday Gift Ideas from the Skoped Industries Family

With Thanksgiving in the rear-view mirror, the holiday whirlwind has begun – and with that comes the inherent onslaught of shopping. If you’re seeking gifts for the outdoorsman in your life, there are many choices these days. There are more hunting and outdoor products than you can shake a stick at. More than ever though, it can be hard to … Read More

Valuable Digiscoping Opportunities

Leisure Time and Summer Vacation Means Valuable Digiscoping Opportunities Anything worthwhile takes time and work. In my experience, this axiom usually holds up.  Fine-tuning your digiscoping game is no different.  While starting your digiscoping journey is easy, reaping the benefits it adds to your hunting pursuits is cumulative. It only improves by applying it; practicing it.  As hunters, we cherish … Read More

The Phone Skope Universal Adapter: A Good Alternative and a Great Plan B

There are many opportunities to digiscope. Hunting trips, scouting days, hikes, and camping trips. Indeed, digiscoping the animals, landscapes, and people associated with these outdoor ventures is a rewarding and fun endeavor.  There are many pluses to this mode of capturing outdoor adventure. Digiscoping is lightweight, easy, and involves taking the very item you were going to have on your … Read More

5 Great Inexpensive Hunting Binoculars for Digiscoping

Tightwad; Cheapskate; I’ve been called these and much worse when it comes to my spending habits. When it comes to hunting, optics are a must and they come in many different styles, magnification, field of view, durability; and price. In most cases, you get what you pay for, and higher-end optics definitely have their place. In fact, I recommend that … Read More

5 Great Setups for Whitetail Digiscope Scouting

Digiscoping With Binoculars

I’ve often said that scouting is hunting – and it should be treated as such. The same goes for digiscoping. Whether bearing a weapon or not, it can go a long way toward locating a good buck and learning how he uses your hunting grounds.  Digiscoping is done outdoors, and for success, you have to physically navigate the landscape and … Read More

The Chair and the Pouch: A Simple Way to Digiscope Scout

Essential Digiscope Scout Gear

Day packs and field bags; As hunters, we all have one, if not both. Deer hunters typically carry one or the other to the blind or tree stand. Inside of them, you will find a plethora of items, including calls, knives, flashlights – and often an array of hunting gizmos we likely never pull out. Dedicated off-season scouting trips are … Read More

Phone Skope Field Trips: Late Summer Whitetail Scouting

Deer Through Phone Skope Spotting Scope

Like many hunters, I enjoy much more than harvesting animals. As trite as it’s sounds, I like viewing sunrises, sunsets, and everything in between. Especially wildlife. That means many hours without even pulling a trigger or releasing an arrow. While the whitetail offseason means an abrupt end to sitting in a blind or stand, I still find excuses to get … Read More