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Using the Swagger Bipod In The Prone Position

Use the code  shootwithswagger at checkout for a discount!  Eastmans’ Hunting Journals staff member Scott Reekers shares his experience hunting elk with Swagger all-terrain bipod system equipped Savage Model 111 rifle chambered in .300 Win Mag. Shooting his rifle from the  prone position, the stability and flexibility of this bipod system …

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Beyond The Grid: Wyoming Wilderness Elk Hunt

Bowhunt elk in the heart of grizzly bear country in this episode of Beyond the Grid TV by Eastmans’. Bowhunter Dan Pickar travels deep into the wilderness of Wyoming to chase bull elk in early September. Hunting in grizzly bear habitat has Pickar taking extra precautions. Learn tips and tricks …

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More Wyoming Tags For Non-Residents?

Wyoming is producing its fair share of political waves in the big game hunting world. Wyomings outfitter’s are lobbying to have more tags allocated to non-resident hunts for elk as a result of the population growth seen in recent years. Every few years the equation for coming up with how …

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CWD In Montana

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (MTFWP) advised hunters a deer killed in southeastern Montana is suspected to be positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). According to the Chronic Wasting Disease Alliance, CWD is “a contagious neurological disease affecting deer, elk and moose” that causes “degeneration of the brains of infected …

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Shed Hunting Shutdown? Well, not really…

Well, we’ve wondered which state would do it first. Colorado has responded to increased shed antler hunting pressure in recent years by instituting their first ever shed hunting license. This license is mandatory for any person collecting shed antlers, shed horns, antlers or horns attached to skull plates of animal …

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Arming The Choir

A couple of weeks ago we released an article here on the blog covering one of the more gruesome poaching cases we have seen in quite a while. This spurred a conversation between Ike and I on why we report incidents like this, which of course will continue. Then we …

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Caping Your Bull

Every one of us has watched the videos on how to break down a bull, some using the gutless method others removing the internals and aging the animal. All of these methods have one thing in common, if the animal you harvested is a trophy, you will want to properly …

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