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Poacher Alert!!!!!

To any and all that have been in northwest Wyoming recently and have any info on this poaching incident, please contact authorities soon!  They Wyoming Game & Fish is actively looking for info on a deer that was poached probably near Garland and Deaver, Wyoming. Here is the link to …

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Poaching, Poaching, Poaching!!!

Every year we hear of the poaching nonsense that happens all over the country, and…really… all over the world. Recently this thread popped up on our Forum: https://forum.eastmans.com/threads/nice-bucks-poached-in-utah-how-can-we-stop-poachers.22129/ I’m preaching to the choir, here, but hopefully someone is reading this and maybe will think twice before shooting something they don’t …

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Outdoor Edge Razor Bone Review!

Hunter Brandon Mason reviews the brand new RazorBone replaceable blade knife from Outdoor Edge. This lightweight knife combines performance with a 5-inch replaceable filet blade in an easy to use and convenient folding knife style. It comes with three blade styles; 3.5 inch drop-point blade, 5 inch filet blade and …

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Official CWD Management Plan For Wyoming

After much deliberation, the official Wyoming Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Plan is here. In March, I detailed portions of the proposed plan and some of my thoughts on the overall CWD topic (you can refresh your memory on by clicking here). You can click here to view the Official Plan, …

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Spypoint Cell Link Review

Eastmans’ Staffer, Brandon Mason, reviews the Cell Link by Spypoint. The Cell Link can be set up to turn most non-transmitting trail cameras into smart cameras. Combined with Spypoint’s free app, the Cell Link will send photos straight to your smartphone! And it’s ONLY $59.99!!!

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Sig Sauer 2.0 System!

Eastmans’ reviews the new features of the version 2.0 Sig Sauer BDX system. Sig has made BDX even easier to use for hunting and shooting. You can now customize your reticle with your choice of eight common ballistics profiles. It’s simple. All you need to use these custom reticles is …

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Grizzlies on the Prairie

At first glance, this report from a Montana news station is alarming: More grizzly bears popping up on the prairie.  As much as we are concerned about their management in the Intermountain West, or lack thereof, historically speaking, grizzlies are no strangers to the flat land. Here is an account …

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