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Gear List: 2017 Deer Hunt

This year on my Wyoming highcountry mule deer hunt I had everything thrown at me. From terrain to weather; I battled through mud, snow, rain, sleet; scrambled across scree slides, slipped through dark timber, and ground up sheer ridge faces to sit like a gargoyle atop a barren, windswept glassing …

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CanCooker: From Cattle Drive to Kitchen

Seth McGinn’s CanCooker is the simplest, healthiest, and most convenient cooking system available. CanCooker takes the cattle drive tradition of cooking in a cream can and updates it for today’s busy lifestyle.  Pack the CanCooker with ingredients and enjoy a mouthwatering, slow-cooked meal in a fraction of the time. Use …

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Organized Chaos: Taming Your Truck Bed

  One of the bigger challenges coming into hunting season is dialing in your truck to carry all of your bags, packs, guns/bows, tents, kitchen kits, etc which can easily become an overwhelming exercise in organization. This is why the DECKED system might be worth a look. The DECKED truck …

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Gruesome Behavior: Poaching

Growing up in a law enforcement home I picked up on a few things about negligent criminal behavior. One of the traits that always stuck out to me was the desire to be noticed. Many times people want to be known as rebels. It has been ingrained in us and …

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Bloodsport’s New Gravedigger Broadheads

  The original Gravedigger Hybrid Mechanical broadhead has inspired confidence in many bowhunters since its debut in 2011. Using an innovative hybrid design incorporating the best characteristics of both fixed-blades and mechanicals, Gravediggers have repeatedly proven their ability to fly straight, penetrate deep and cut wide, devastating wound channels. For …

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Load it and Love it

Load it and Love it Capable TX 17 is the workhorse of Tenzing’s all-new, affordable line of TX Series hunting packs Hunting packs lead a tough life.  They’re overstuffed, overloaded and dragged through some of the worst conditions and environments imaginable. Hunters have plenty to be concerned with, and their …

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Living In Grizzly Bear Country

By Stephen Rosso The sound of silence was what brought about my alarm, the mules had stopped moving around and that in itself was not normal. As I raised my head, I was met with the body and face of an adult Grizzly less than 20 feet away. I had …

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