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Montana General Season Archery Elk Hunt

Go bowhunting elk with Dan Pickar on the public land of Montana. Hunting elk with a general license can be a challenge, but Pickar is up for the archery challenge. Learn some bow hunting strategy along the way in this Eastmans’ Hunting TV web episode. Subscribe To Eastmans’ Hunting Journals …

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Locating Spring Black Bears

To hunt spot and stalk spring black bears, first a hunter needs to locate a bear! Bowhunter Dan Pickar shares his strategy for locating black bears during the spring bear hunting season. #eastmans Subscribe Here: http://bit.ly/EastmansHuntingJournals EASTMANS’ BOWHUNTING JOURNAL: http://bit.ly/Eastmans

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I Want To Hunt Utah, ##$$#!

  Every nonresident hunter has Utah on the list for places to hunt. If you got into the points game late, most coveted tags are unreachable and this actually goes for residents too. Every year at the sport shows Utah guys complain how they never can get drawn for a …

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Montana Deer Hunting Public Land Giant

A dealer’s choice public land deer hunt shared between lifelong hunting partners. Does DIY Montana deer hunting get any better? It can and it does when a B&C whitetail buck appears after days of scouring country. Two trophy bucks hit the ground in this latest release from Eastmans’ Beyond the …

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Pistol VS. Bear Spray???

Hunter and backcountry hiker and all around outdoorsman Dan Pickar discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using bear spray or a pistol for defense when recreating in grizzly bear country. Each tool has benefits depending on the situation and what your preferences may be as a hunter. What is your …

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Eastmans’ Gearlab: Backcountry Lighting

Headlamps, one of the most vital pieces of equipment any hunter can have. Whether you pack into the backcountry six miles or day hunt, the best time to find animals is always during the grey light hours. Which means you have to be hiking to and from the glassing points …

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Hoof Rot: A Crisis In The Pacific Northwest

Elk hoof disease showed up in southwestern Washington elk herds around 2000 and has been slowly progressing ever since. A dramatic rise in reports of limping elk in 2007 prompted a scientific investigation into what was causing the rapid spread. Symptoms include limping while walking and overgrown or broken hooves. …

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The New Mathews Triax

Mathews once again has stuck to the Halon era style bow for 2018, introducing the Triax. Coming off 2017 with the Halon 32, the Triax is essentially a shortened version of the Halon, with a 28” ATA. Now this short ATA scares a lot of shooters off because it is …

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