10 Gift Ideas for Dads Who Hunt

Many of them, however, require specialized pieces for each setup. The HookUpz 2.0 easily adapts your cell phone to just about any optic, including spotting scopes, binoculars, night vision, and even some rifle scopes. Dad can’t shoot game if he can’t find it. Maybe a step toward simplicity is what he needs. Every hunter needs a good hunting knife, and this is one Dad can use and pass down to the kids. For certain types of hunting, a good game camera is a tremendous asset. The cameras have great remote-management features, and while they are expensive, between both time and gas money, for some hunters, these cameras will pay for themselves in no time. This scope is a great for the hunter who also likes to shoot long range, and is great for low-light conditions. If Dad has a bow, he needs a good target as well. If Dad hunts in the backcountry, he needs one of these.

If your dad likes to hunt, then he deserves something this Father’s Day to help him afield come fall.

1. Carson HookUpz 2.0

Digiscope

Digiscoping has become more and more popular, and there are a few good options for recording photos or video through your binoculars or spotting scope. Many of them, however, require specialized pieces for each setup. The HookUpz 2.0 easily adapts your cell phone to just about any optic, including spotting scopes, binoculars, night vision, and even some rifle scopes.

Binoculars
Leupold BX-3 Mojave Binoculars

Dad can’t shoot game if he can’t find it. A good pair of binos is one of a hunter’s greatest assets, and he’ll be happy to get these. They are a great option for a good set of glass, without getting into the 4-figure price range. They also come with a limited lifetime warranty.

3. Fred Bear Grizzly Recurve Bow

Recurve Bow

Is the Old Man getting bored with his compound? Or even worse, going to great lengths and expense to outfit it with every doo-dad he can find? Maybe a step toward simplicity is what he needs. Bear makes great, affordable recurves, suitable for a range of folks, from beginners to veteran hunters. And if you can get him to stick with it, he will thank you.

Portable Work Lights
Gear Aid ARC 10,400mAh Rechargeable Light and Portable Power Station

Sometimes the hardest work of a hunt comes after dark. Whether it’s breaking down an animal, getting a four-wheeler un-stuck, or working on equipment, a good light is a handy thing to have. These powerful LED lights from Gear Aid are compact, and can be mounted just about anywhere for the…

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