Welcome back to another episode of Tipsy Tuesday. In this weeks segment Jordan’s hot minute is about packing your backpacks correctly for the pack-in and pack-out. She talks about news, live hunt forum threads and hot Rokslide articles.

Swarovski ATX/BTX review by Matt Cashell -> https://www.rokslide.com/swarovski-atx-btx-review/

Novagrade Gripper Digiscoping Adapter review by Sam Weaver -> https://www.rokslide.com/novagrade-double-gripper-digiscope-adapter-review/

Battle of the 30 Cals by Ryan Furman -> https://www.rokslide.com/battle-of-the-30-cals/

Hilleberg Akto / Kifaru Supertarp Comparison by Aron Snyder -> https://www.rokslide.com/hilleberg-akitokifaru-supertarp-comparison/

Live Hunt Forum Thread Section -> https://www.rokslide.com/forums/forums/rokslide-live-hunt-hunting-stories.99/

Nevada CWD Regulations -> https://www.gohunt.com/read/news/nevada-new-regulation-on-bringing-animals-back-from-out-of-state-hunts#gs.vz2c2g

To sign up for the Rokslide Forums visit here -> https://www.rokslide.com/forums/

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Jordan Budd was born and raised on her family's cattle ranch near Rushville, Nebraska. Growing up on the ranch provided numerous opportunities for antelope, mule deer, whitetail, turkeys, and predators. Having always rifle hunted, during high school she bought a bow and taught herself archery and every since has been hooked. Videography and photography has also been a passion of hers since high school, and in 2014 she was brought onto the show Best of the West TV as a field producer and editor, filming hunts during spring and fall throughout the West and other regions including Alaska, Canada, and New Zealand. She now lives in Cody, Wyoming and works full time for the show. She thoroughly enjoys the backpacking life while testing out gear, scouting the high country, taking photos and just enjoying the time around wildlife and being in the outdoors. She loves writing articles and making videos to pass on what she has learned to benefit fellow hunters heading into the field.