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Outdoor Edge | RazorMax

For years we have been using the Outdoor Edge line of knives in the field, especially their replaceable-blade folding knives. You’ve probably also seen the various knives from Outdoor Edge in this replaceable-blade family in our subscription offers. All of these have been folding knives – until now. For 2019 …

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CWDuh! Be Informed: CWD Management Guidelines

Contact the Wyoming Game And Fish Department At The Info Below To Give Input On The CWD Plan: Zoom Meetings Are Scheduled For Thursday, July 16 @8:00 a.m. MST and Friday, July 17 @8:00 am. MST. Commissioner Email Addresses: https://wgfd.wyo.gov/About-Us/Game-and-Fish-Commission/Meet-the-Commissioners Commission Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LZivDU3RQp6YIh-6EIvXSA Commission Agenda Link and Commission comment …

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Collecting Grizzly Claws

“What are you doing here then?” “I hunt griz…” “Griz?” “Grizzly bears, pilgrim!  I collect the claws.”   This direct quote from the popular movie Jeremiah Johnson was supposed to take place in the 1800s. Back then you could hunt grizzly bears and collect the claws if you wanted to. …

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HOW TO get TENDERLOINS WITHOUT GUTTING!

Learn how to get tenderloins without gutting a deer or elk in the field in this hunting tip. Hunter Brandon Mason demonstrates how to remove elk tenderloins without field dressing. The gutless method of removing tenderloins can be done on any big game animal, including deer, elk or antelope. Don’t …

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E-Bikes | (Rambo & Bakcou)

Electric-assist bicycles are growing and growing in popularity. In 2019, our crew spent a lot of time on a Rambo bike and a Bakcou bike (pronounced backoo, formerly called Backcountry eBikes) on our spring hunts and fall hunts. My son and I put on 40 miles on each of these …

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CWD Histeria

This article cracked me up after I read it. The first thing asked about low hunter and harvest numbers in Montana from the fall of 2019 was if it was due to CWD. I commend the Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks officials for not knee-jerking their conclusion and comment on …

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