Archive for 2018

Eastmans’ Favorite Hunts!

With over 30 years of filming hunts there have been a few that stick our as our favorite. While it was hard to narrow it down to just 9 hunts we managed to do it. Sit back, grab a snack and join us for some memorable hunts and ...


Love/Hate: The Psychology of Hunting With A Spouse

  By Kirstie Pike Let’s face it, while hunting with your spouse can be the greatest adventure it can also resemble the beginning phases of Armageddon.  While some of you out there may be thinking, “what is wrong with ...



Forecasting Your Hunt Success!

  By Dan Carlson Weather is going to play a huge factor in big-game hunts across the American West this fall.  It is, of course, always a factor but trends established in 2014 have continued through 2015 and that may pose...


Congrats to Our 2015 EBJ Hunt Winner!

And so it begins again, we are only four days from the start of the busiest season of the year in our office. Archery season for antelope is in full swing and I have heard rumors that some of the younger, immature bulls are sta...



Death By Grizzly Bear!

The only reason I am even going to bring this up is because this issue is so close to home. A grizzly bear was euthanized after it attacked and consumed (i.e. ATE) a Yellowstone Park employee. This has drawn plenty of attention...


Broadhead Tuning Your Bow!

One of the most important things you can do to ensure a successful shot on an archery hunt is to broadhead tune your bow. There is more to broadhead tuning than simply adjusting your sight, so sit back and watch as Dan Pickar g...



Do You Have Enough…Experience?

As humans we are not born with hunting instincts, everything has to be learned. There are different ways to shorten the learning curve but the best teacher is experience. Experience tells you where to look for game and how to w...


How To Sight In Your Bow!

Sighting in a bow is a task that every archer has to tackle after paper tuning a bow. For someone who is tackling this task for the first time it can be daunting, especially when bow sights adjustments are exactly opposite of r...



Early Season Insulation!

I have what many would call a honey hole for big deer in some of the best country that Wyoming has to offer. That piece of ground has taught me much about hunting the grey ghosts of the high country as well as what to expect fr...


WYG&F Broke?

“The wolves, cougars and grizzly bears start to take a few more elk and moose each year as their unchecked populations grow and expand. The state does not react at first with cuts in the tag quotas. This would mean a decr...