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Calling Mature Bulls in September

  Calling elk on public land can be the most difficult task for any bowhunter. It is rare to see a 330 bull come in to calls like you see on TV, especially on public land.  The easiest bulls to call are satellite bulls. The only problem is these are …

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Closing the Distance – Elk Stalking Tactics

When it comes to hunting elk, the classic scenario you see on TV is calling a big bull into 20 yards, nostrils flaring and spit flying, all to make an easy shot. Any seasoned elk hunter knows it rarely happens this way, especially on highly pressured elk on public land. …

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Leupold RX-4 Full Draw Rangefinder Review

In this review, Dan Pickar tests out Leupold’s new RX-FullDraw 4 Rangefinder. This super fast rangefinder was designed with bow hunting in mind. Take the guess work out shots with the built-in Archer’s Advantage software. Enter a few simple bow ballistic measurements into the rangefinder and the built-in Flight Path …

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How to survive a bear attack! FULL FILM

Learn how to survive a bear attack and defend yourself from a black bear or grizzly bear. Know your self defense options and how to prepare for bear country whether you are hiking, camping, backpacking or hunting. Dan Pickar tests bear spray and shows how to use it properly. He …

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Public land ram!

Go bow hunting for a bighorn sheep ram during the rut in the Missouri Breaks of Montana. This is a once-in-a-lifetime hunt that many hunters dream of! On this web episode of Eastmans’ Hunting TV, Dan Pickar joins Eastmans’ subscriber Jake Popp as he battles the mud to arrow a …

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Stalking the Herd Bull

The elusive herd bull. He doesn’t want to fight. He’ll bugle then push his cows away from you. He’s unpredictable. Not only are herd bulls mature and wise, they are usually the biggest bulls in the area. Getting into bow range is hard enough, let alone getting a shot and …

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How Many Grizzly Attacks Is Enough?

One of the most interesting and controversial topics we face as conservationists is the management of the grizzly bear. Unfortunately for us, grizzly bear management is 100% political. The lawsuits based on the emotions of environmental groups resulting in federal judges striking down management plans based on facts and numbers …

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