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Shed Hunting Shutdown? Well, not really…

Well, we’ve wondered which state would do it first. Colorado has responded to increased shed antler hunting pressure in recent years by instituting their first ever shed hunting license. This license is mandatory for any person collecting shed antlers, shed horns, antlers or horns attached to skull plates of animal …

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Outdoor Edge: Separating Meat From Bone

Philosophies on butchering and knives are as vast and different as the antler configurations on two B&C non-typical mule deer! One hunter prefers a blade that can be changed in the field, while another prefers a fixed blade which can be sharpened and enjoyed for years. Regardless of the philosophy, …

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The Sitka Gear Core Lightweight Hoody

On August 16 we had the typical dry hot weather the high elevation desert is known for in western Wyoming and Brandon Mason and I were chasing antelope. He had the tag in his pocket and I had the responsibility of capturing his hunt on film. The hoody provided a …

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The Liberty Safe Eva-Dry Dehumidifier

There are very few single items in our homes that protect much of the evidence that we actually exist. Birth certificates, social security cards, payment stubs, bank notes and of course our heirloom firearms, all these end up inside our secure safes. We put these precious documents and family treasures …

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Arming The Choir

A couple of weeks ago we released an article here on the blog covering one of the more gruesome poaching cases we have seen in quite a while. This spurred a conversation between Ike and I on why we report incidents like this, which of course will continue. Then we …

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The Huntstand App Review

From East To West – Todd Helms Most of my hunting out West is night and day different from what I did back in Michigan. Spot and stalk, calling setups, still hunting, none of these methods have anything in common with whiling away hours in a treestand other than the …

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Gear List: 2017 Deer Hunt

This year on my Wyoming highcountry mule deer hunt I had everything thrown at me. From terrain to weather; I battled through mud, snow, rain, sleet; scrambled across scree slides, slipped through dark timber, and ground up sheer ridge faces to sit like a gargoyle atop a barren, windswept glassing …

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CanCooker: From Cattle Drive to Kitchen

Seth McGinn’s CanCooker is the simplest, healthiest, and most convenient cooking system available. CanCooker takes the cattle drive tradition of cooking in a cream can and updates it for today’s busy lifestyle.  Pack the CanCooker with ingredients and enjoy a mouthwatering, slow-cooked meal in a fraction of the time. Use …

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