Archive for 2018

200″ Typical Mule Deer Hunt

Mike Eastman is no stranger to hunting big mule deer! He hunted them as a young boy in Wyoming’s high country and has been hunting and filming bucks in the sage brush country for just as long. Press play to see how this h...


Why Savage For Eastmans’?

  The AccuTrigger – What is it and why is it important? As we all know the most inconsistent thing about a rifle’s accuracy isn’t even the rifle, it’s the human holding it, aiming it and most important of a...



Southern Colorado Antelope Hunt With Guy Eastman!

Not much is better than hunting pronghorn antelope in their high desert homes on the prairie. Guy Eastman harvests a great buck in this webisode and takes you along for ride. Will you be antelope hunting this fall?


How To Haul Meat On a Pack Frame!

Every one of us hopes to “Go in Light and Come Out Heavy.” Dan Pickar walks through proper placement of meat while using an F1 Mainframe from Eberlestock in this video. Press play to see where you want the weight lo...



Highway Robbery In The Desert!

As much as I enjoy fall and seeing all the pictures of the exceptional deer and elk that come through our office, as well as my own time in the field, there is one thing that irritates me to no end. Poaching! The great highway ...


How To Score Your Mule Deer!

It is very likely that the last time you sat on a high country ridge talking about the score of a mule deer across the basin you called it a specific class of buck. Most of us do our best to judge the size of our trophies consi...



The Green Eyed Bull!

Watching a bull elk in the rut is a treat for every hunter who dreams of chasing the the elusive wapiti in the fall. In this video Mike Eastman explains why a bull elk can sometimes appear to have green eyes while bugling. Pres...


The Best of Eastmans’ Trophy Antelope Hunts!

Pronghorn antelope are a species that define a fun hunt and for many hunters who venture to the West, their first public land, western big game animal. To celebrate the rifle antelope opener here in Wyoming we have put together...



68 Feet of Antler and Counting!

It is not often that we have content in the journals that defies the odds of what is statistically possible to kill. The past year has been one of the best for trophy quality that I can ever recall. With the quality of animals ...


Underwater Archery!

There comes a point at the end of the summer where every hunter is itching to get out into the field, but sometimes the constraints of life just say it isn’t possible. Sometimes that means just making do, or getting a lit...