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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.

Customize Your Bino Pack!

Ike Eastman reviews Eberlestock’s new Recon Modular Harness System bino pack. This binocular harness is modular and designed to be customized to your specific needs. The Recon features magnetic closures, an easily adjustable harness are some of Ike’s favorite features. It boasts an easy to use MOLLE webbing system that …

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Camo for Any Hunt! Kryptek’s Obskura Review

This review features @Kryptek‘s new Obskura camo pattern. Ike Eastman and Brandon Mason break down the thought process behind the pattern’s design and share their favorite Kryptek layers. Get all the details on the Kryptek system the Eastmans’ team hunts with at www.kryptek.com/eastmans

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Review: Swagger Bipods QD Shooting Sticks

Ike Eastman reviews the QD shooting stick system by Swagger Bipods. The last two years Ike has hunted off of these bipods, harvesting antelope, deer and elk with ease. This hybrid system was built with Quick Adapt Technology making these sticks more compact and lightweight. They are available in two …

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EBJ Feature Video – THE CAVE BEAR

TITLE: THE CAVE BEAR  PULL QUOTE: “From there, we followed the blood trail through this thick area and saw what looked to be a cave in the rock face in front of us.”  ABOUT THE AUTHOR: I was born and raised in a small town in Minnesota, which is where …

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Elk Hunting in Colorado with Ike Eastman

Hunt elk in Colorado with Ike Eastman and Bill Neff on this web episode of Eastmans’ Hunting TV. It’s the second cycle of the rut and they turn up lots of bulls cruising for cows. The year’s wet spring has translated into strong antler growth and good trophy potential.

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