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169 Inches of snow!

We had 26 inches of snow hit use from Saturday thru this Friday with 169 inches of the flakes hitting the ground so far this winter! Winter! Its spring isn’t it? Went sledding to Cook City and run into big wolf track just above my house. He meet up with …

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Show Season Wrap Up

Been a while, so I thought I’d check back in with everyone. Two long-time subscribers approached me at the booth in Salt Lake City this past weekend and informed me that we needed to blog more. So, here I am! Spring is finally reaching Powell. For a while there, I …

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Spring Has Arrived!

Spring Has Arrived! Folks it’s spring and its time to get out the flip-flops put in a Jimmy Buffet tune! Wait its 5 degrees and 4 feet of snow on the lever! Rats! Never mind the flip-flops and the sun block. But we did have a wonderful day above the …

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A Tripod That Works in the Field

I’m not known for being a good shoot. When I was growing up, my brothers and I put the hurt on the ground squirrels. My younger brother was flat-out deadly when shooting offhand, but the only way I had a reasonable chance at a well-placed bullet at those varmints was …

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Winter up in the Beartooths 2011

Well, I’m back on the blog after several months of moving snow all day, every day, up here at the place. By Christmas, we had more of the white stuff then all last year! I think we’ve got something like over 120 inches that hit the roof of the house. In fact, …

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Necessary???…

Is a wrist top computer watch a necessary item for the backcountry hunter? The truth…probably not. But it sure is nice to have one. After all, none of us died before the advent of this little piece of technology. When you’re sitting high atop a ridge line in the head …

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MRS Correction

We had a small hick-up in the antelope chart in the MRS section for Wyoming. The season dates for the “blue” chip units are incorrect. The corrected chart is below. Sorry for the inconvenience. Let me know if you have any questions, concerns or ideas for improvements. Good luck on …

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The Start of a New Year

Well, since I had a few minutes of spare time, I figured I’d sit down and update you all on things around the office. Show season is definitely in full swing and the team is constantly on the move. Guy is busing traveling to the shows and giving his lecture, …

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Lightweight Tripod

I’m back with a review on a small tripod that can be used on backcountry hunts. I have over the years looked at tripods that are on the market and most are to heavy, bulky or both. In fact, in my book Hunting High Mountain Mule Deer I even went …

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