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MID-FALL MULIES: Hunting October Bucks

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with a mule deer master, a man who in his lifetime has forgotten more about hunting big mulies than I’ll ever know. Mike Eastman has spent decades studying and hunting big mule deer bucks from the high alpine basins where September dreams …

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Brand NEW White’s Lochsa Hunting Boot!

  In this review hunter, Todd Helms tests out the Lochsa, the first hunting boot made by the legendary White’s Boots. White’s Boots has been a go to boot for wild land firefighters for decades. They’ve applied their experience to build a comfortable and rigid boot specifically for hunting.

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Bear Aware!

An Alaska man was recently killed by a brown bear on his property near the Kenai River last week. A Montana man was severely mauled by a grizzly and only survived thanks to his wife’s quick thinking of running the bruin off with their pickup. Unfortunately, if you live in …

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They Got What They Deserved! Or Did They?

Arizona poachers Blake Owens and Thomas “TJ” Purinton have been sentenced for their unlawful, dishonest and cowardly acts of poaching and fraud. But is their punishment enough? Unfortunately, these clowns will most likely never see the inside of a jail cell and only have their hunting rights revoked for 10 …

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Forest Fire In June!?!

At roughly 12:46 p.m. on Saturday, June 13, 2020 the first reported forest fire of the season lit up a mountainside west of Cody, Wyoming.  This is unusual due to the fact that June isn’t exactly a peak fire month but conditions that day were ideal for a fire to …

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Didn’t Draw A Tag? You Can Still Go Hunting

    As I write this I’m awaiting the Wyoming resident draw results for antelope, deer and elk. I’ve only got roughly 432 hours, 16 minutes and 23 seconds before I find out my results, but it’s no big deal. Really.  Seriously though, that’s exactly the anticipation that most folks …

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