The Slumberjack Wild-Her Pack In Action on a New Hampshire Hunt

The “How to” Gun Girl Gear Review: The Slumberjack Wild-Her Pack
The “How to” Gun Girl Gear Review: The Slumberjack Wild-Her Pack. Since The “How-To” Gun Girl turned 1 last month, I decided to do something a little different with this post. This is a gear review of the Slumberjack Wild-Her Women’s Hunting Pack (MSRP: $159.95) as told through the story of my whitetail hunt in northern New Hampshire last November. Last fall I connected with a staffer at Quality Deer Management Association via their social media posts around a Field to Fork program in Georgia. Not only would I be able to learn from a hunter who really knows his stuff, I would get to go hunting with a friend of mine on land that is managed with Quality Deer Management techniques. That meant higher chances of seeing deer and a lot more fun than I’d had hunting on my own. After surveying my camo, I was pleasantly surprised to find that over the previous seasons I had accumulated two full sets of camo outerwear – one for me and one for my friend! It turned out the only thing I really needed to get was a pack, since I only had my turkey vest for carrying gear. My friend was happy to borrow my turkey vest, and I decided to search for a pack to carry all my gear, extra ammo, and both my gun and my bow. Beyond just carrying everything, I wanted one pack to make it easier to get into and out of tree stands.

Since The “How-To” Gun Girl turned 1 last month, I decided to do something a little different with this post. This is a gear review of the Slumberjack Wild-Her Women’s Hunting Pack (MSRP: $159.95) as told through the story of my whitetail hunt in northern New Hampshire last November.

I received the pack from the manufacturer for the purpose of this review. I have not been compensated for either the hunt or the review, and all opinions are my own.

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BACKGROUND

Last fall I connected with a staffer at Quality Deer Management Association via their social media posts around a Field to Fork program in Georgia. That staff member connected me to a QDMA board member in New Hampshire, who offered me the opportunity to participate in a mentored whitetail deer hunt. Not only would I be able to learn from a hunter who really knows his stuff, I would get to go hunting with a friend of mine on land that is managed with Quality Deer Management techniques. That…

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