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Ike Eastman

Ike Eastman
Ike Eastman is the President of Eastmans’ Publishing and oversees the daily operations of Eastmans’ Hunting TV, Eastmans’ Hunting and Bowhunting Journals, Eastmans’ Live Events including the Trophy Deer Tour, films in the fall and is hands-on in all facets of the company. Ike’s hunting knowledge and expertise has been shaped by more than 25 years of pursuing trophy big game across most of North America.

Archery Hunting Speed Goats : Exclusive Hunt!

Lost arrow, runaway speed goat… Out in Wyoming to chase rutting pronghorn antelope bucks! Ike Eastman was put to the test on this hunt. After a few close calls and blown stalks – see what happens with Ike in Wyoming here! Judging the size of the buck is sometimes hard with antelope, but …

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The Yeti Rambler Series

YETI Rambler stainless steel drink mugs are insulated by a double-wall vacuum to keep drinks hot or cold for hours. Ike Eastman shares his personal trauma after losing his favorite rambler. It’s easy to get attached to the perfect drinking vessel.

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Zeiss Optics Cleaning Kits

Years ago Mike Eastman made the case in Hunting High Country Mule Deer for buying the best optics you can afford and it made sense. You can’t hunt what you can’t see! Most of us are very protective of the high end glass that we saved, sacrificed and then spent …

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Up A Creek… 400″ Deep

Unless you live under a rock, which I have seriously contemplated in this social media driven world, chances are you have noticed that a few people have fallen from grace in the hunting world. Jeremie Lewis quickly developed a following on Instagram with the screen name @wyohighcountry and @highcountryhuntress. He …

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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 all, pulling/squeezing the trigger. The trigger pull on custom triggers or …

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