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The New Yeti Loadout Gobox!

Hunter Ike Eastman shares his experience with the YETI Loadout Gobox, the latest release from the durability king. Dust proof, water proof and shock resistant this cargo box was made for riding on ATVS and in truck beds to the trailhead. Ike packs his with hunting accessories including ammunition, optics …

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DIY Archery Elk Hunt!

Bowhunter Jordan Breshears heads to the public land of Idaho to chase bugling bulls with his bow. Bowhunting public land means outsmarting more than just the elk. Breshears has to get creative to avoid other hunters on the landscape.

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Wyoming Wildlife Crossing Funding Uncertain

When we think of wildlife crossings over or under highways most folks think in terms of saving animals from running a gauntlet of passenger cars, SUV’s, pickups and semi-trucks. However, there is more to the picture. Vehicular collisions with wildlife results in costly property damage, obvious death or severe maiming …

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Picking Your Conservation Organization

I am a glutton for punishment when it comes to wildlife conservation.  Each January I sacrifice time with my family, sleep and my liver to attend the Wild Sheep Foundation’s Sheep Show.  There are more Life Member plaques in my trophy room than I can count and enough conservation organization …

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Montana FWP Online Licensing System Debacle

Early on Monday May 6, nonresident elk combo tags that were turned back went on sale on a first come, first serve basis. As the rush of buyers hit early in the morning, hunters attempting to make a license purchase couldn’t complete their transaction between 5 and 5:30 a.m.   …

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