Each year about this time, we always get the question, “How do we come up with our color grade ratings for trophy units?” Basically, what makes a “Blue Chip” unit? This is one of those things where the question is much simpler than the answer. First off, I want to …Read More »
Montana’s EHD and Blue Tongue
EHD is spread among deer, primarily whitetails and often antelope, as well as mule deer and occasionally elk. The disease is contracted by biting midges also known as sand gnats or “no-see-ums.” EHD is one of several hemorrhagic disease/viruses found in wild and domestic ruminants. A related disease, bluetongue virus, …Read More »
Eastmans’ Top Five Christmas Gifts under $60.00
(Limited time offer) Need a Big Game Trophy Hunter gift for just a little cash? Select from Eastmans’ Big Game Bundles and Stocking Stuffers or give three gift subscriptions and we’ll give you a FREE gift-the Exclusive Eastmans’ Gear Box. Here’s the All NEW for 2013 top FIVE gifts under …Read More »
On The Horizon: EBJ81
No. 2 P&Y Wyoming Bison? Harvesting bison in the state of Wyoming with archery gear was legalized within the last three years, so there’s lots of room to get your name in the books. Thus far, there are only four entries from Teton County, Wyoming with the largest taken by …Read More »
Want To See Your Story In Eastmans’? Here’s what you need to know to get your story published.
Each year, we receive hundreds of story submissions from our nearly 100,000 readers. Of those, we publish about 150 as features. Here’s how to improve your chances of having a feature story published. Evaluation Eastmans’ assigns ratings for 1) Photo Quality – respectful hi-resolution, field photos of your trophy and the hunt, …Read More »
It’s hard to believe that it’s already this time of year again; the holiday season is staring us in the face and bowhunting seasons out West are winding down just as the eastern side of the country is amping up for the whitetail rut. While opportunities are fewer this time …Read More »
Hard work, persistence and a little luck sprinkle the pages of this EHJ issue. The authors overcome home-threatening wildfires and experience sheer luck of the draw. Ride the roller coaster with them as elk, mule deer, sheep, antelope and caribou hit the ground across six western states and one Canadian …Read More »
No Ground Skrinkage Today!
An early summer morning found me checking my draw status. I expected a nice refund check from the Wyoming Fish and Game, but much to my amazement “successful” graced my results. As it always does when you draw a coveted tag, summer quickly passed, and two days before season I …Read More »