Tracy Breen's  Field Journal
Bio:
Tracy Breen is a full-time outdoor writer and photographer from Muskegon, Michigan.  Tracy writes about anything related to the outdoors from elk hunting in the Colorado Rockies to bowhunting for turkeys. Hunting with a bow is his passion and each fall, he can be found traveling from one end of the country to the other in pursuit of a wide variety of game animals with his bow.  What also makes him unique is the fact that he has cerebral palsy, a condition that affects the way he walks and his ability to get around.  In Tracy's articles, he often discusses how to overcome physical limitations and how to get in shape to enjoy all the outdoors has to offer.  Tracy is the Editor of God’s Great Outdoors E-zine, an online magazine that accompanies a nationally syndicated radio program.


Ram Outdoorsman -10/13/2014
For most of us who own trucks, we own one for many reasons. I have a truck because it makes hauling my hunting dogs around much easier when I can keep them in the back of the truck. I have a ...
2014 Chevy Silverado -08/11/2014
  One of the biggest perks of my job as a writer is testing new gear, including trucks. This year I got to test drive the Chevy Silverado for about a week. I must say the ...
Scouting for Turkeys in the Dead of Winter -01/29/2014
Greg Abbas is a champion caller and also a call maker. Find out more about him at www.awayhunting.com Here we are in the middle of winter. Spring turkey season is a long way off but now is a gre ...
Feeding Wildlife in the Winter -01/29/2014
This has been an incredibly tough winter, especially for those of us who live in the Midwest and Eastern United States. This time last year we had roughly eight to ten inches of snow o ...
2014 Mathews Retailer Business Show -01/14/2014
Every December, Mathews Archery holds a Mathews Retailer Business Show at a resort in Wisconsin Dells. Dozens of archery-related companies license the Mathews logo and the Lost Camo patt ...
Backcountry Preparation -11/21/2013
  Randy hiking the Bright Angel Trail. I am always looking for ways to prepare myself physically and mentally for backcountry hunting trips. Backcountry hunting is my favorite style of huntin ...
The 2013 Chevy Suburban -07/09/2013
  A pickup truck, without a doubt, is the most popular vehicle among hardcore hunters and outdoorsmen. A close second place finisher has to be the Chevy Suburban. The Suburban is by far one ...
Bringing a Hunting Product to Market -07/09/2013
        Greg Abbas of A-Way Hunting Every hunter I know at one time or another has thought of a “cool idea” kind of product that they thought would revolutionize ...
BOOK A HUNT WITH A BOOKING AGENT -07/01/2013
   Sometimes planning a hunting trip can be a tall task. Who should you hunt with? What state should you hunt in? Can you afford a high end elk hunt trip to Africa?  On top of all th ...
Steven Rinella Chats About Hunting -06/29/2013
1. How many different states do you hunt in each year? Do you ever get sick of hunting? In the last twelve months or so I've hunted in New Zealand, Oregon, Mexico, Montana, Alaska, New York, Mic ...
Picking Out an Outfitter 101 -06/22/2013
If you have spent much time hunting with outfitters, you have probably figured out that there are good outfitters and there are bad outfitters. Like anything we spend money on, the more research ...
Carbon Express Intercept -06/20/2013
    Crossbows are gaining in popularity like never before. Bowhunters from yesteryear who haven’t hunted with a bow in years are picking up a crossbow and hunting. Gun hunters who haven’ ...
New Archery Gear -05/30/2013
Every year at the ATA show I anxiously wait for the doors to open on the first day to see the latest and greatest archery gear. This year many companies rose to the occasion and introduced some great ...
Fall Turkey Tactics for Spring Gobblers -05/07/2013
Over the years, I have spent a lot of time spring turkey hunting with old time turkey hunters that spend more time hunting turkeys in the fall than they do in the spring. In most cases, diehard fal ...
Western Longbeards -05/07/2013
   Hunters who long for hunting adventure should consider turkey hunting in the mountains.  When most of us think about hunting in the mountains, we think about elk hunting or mule d ...
Turkey Decoy Stategies -05/07/2013
   A walk down the turkey decoy aisle at any box store can quickly overwhelm even the seasoned turkey hunter. There are so many turkey decoy options to choose from that finding the right ...
The Mission MXB Crossbow Review -10/29/2012
For years, crossbow hunters and archery pro shops have been waiting and waiting for Mathews Archery to introduce a crossbow. After all, almost every other major bow company in the archery industry ...
Picking out an Outfitter -10/13/2012
This youth hunter took a nice buck at Illinois Connection while participating in the two day Illinois youth season. If you have spent much time hunting with outfitters, you have probably figured ou ...
American Made -10/13/2012
In case you haven’t noticed, finding products that are made in America is getting tougher. The majority of outdoor gear companies, including those in the archery industry, are having their products ma ...
2012 Fall Turkey Hunting -10/13/2012
Brett with his new turkey dog Kenzie. Fall turkey season is in full swing over much of the Midwest. Recently, Brett Berry from Zink Game Calls and I experienced some success in Michigan. If you ar ...

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