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Retracing Our Hunting Heritage

In August of 1957 my grandfather, Gordon Eastman headed into the high country of Alaska with an 8mm film camera in hand to document an Alaskan hunting adventure. This would become his first of many films titled, Hunting Alaska Today and is probably one of the earliest hunting adventures ever to be …

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Late-Season Elk

The hunting season has now come to a close as the cold winter months set in. I was fortunate enough to get some late-season elk hunting in this year and killed a very nice bull right before Thanksgiving in Montana. It seems like a lot of the elk hunting hype …

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Montana’s EHD and Blue Tongue

EHD is spread among deer, primarily whitetails and often antelope, as well as mule deer and occasionally elk. The disease is contracted by biting midges also known as sand gnats or “no-see-ums.” EHD is one of several hemorrhagic disease/viruses found in wild and domestic ruminants. A related disease, bluetongue virus, …

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