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Stone Glacier Sky 5900 Giveaway

If you’re a sheep hunter you’ve probably heard of Stone Glacier and if you’re into ultralight backpack hunting you’ve also probably heard of them. These are great, simplistic packs that have been around awhile now and they continue to prove themselves in the field. Stone Glacier packs have always been …

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Two D-I-Y Archery Elk

Two public land bulls eat dirt in this web edition of Eastmans’ Hunting TV. DIY bow hunting isn’t for the faint of heart. Dan Pickar and Jordan Breshears put on the miles to fill their elk tags in Montana.

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4 Elk Poached in Montana

Seriously Montana? Four bull elk poached and left to rot in the last week, all in one area? Well, I can’t get too upset with you because down here in Wyoming, not far from my home, we just had a bull poached, his head taken and body left to bloat …

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Cheating the System in Montana

Father/Son duo Larry and Shane Adams from Emo, Ontario Canada have been sentenced to pay $28,295 to the State of Montana as restitution for residency fraud. The pair owned a home in Miles City, MT and used the address there to swindle the legal residents of Montana out of right …

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Kifaru 44 Mag Giveaway

Here is your chance at a new Kifaru 44 Mag Hunting Pack! The 44 MAG has pockets on the outside of the 500D Cordura bag, which I can report are perfect for the good stuff like spotting scopes and tripods.Between the top lid and the side pockets there is already …

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Sitka’s Early Season System

Guy Eastman breaks down his favorite early season Sitka camo system ideal for bow hunting. These carefully designed pieces are comfortable and effective for bow hunters from August through early October hunts. Eastman’s review covers the Core Lightweight Hoody, Apex Hoody, Mountain Vest and brand new Kelvin Active Hoody. Learn …

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Aspen Bear Nightmare!

“ASPEN, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Aspen Police officers responded to the 300 block of East Hopkins Avenue in Aspen at 11:30 last night after a large black bear bit a local restaurant manager, resulting in four deep puncture wounds to the man’s leg.” The above is from …

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Bowhunting the Elk Rut

DIY bow hunter Dan Pickar takes to the timber of chasing rutting bull elk. Bowhunting the thick timber takes patience and makes closing the deal difficult. Pickar doesn’t back down and arrows a nice public land bull in this web edition of Eastmans’ Hunting TV.

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Grab the Reins

“For a mountain hunter to admit being a little afraid of horses is to imply a sheltered background, a certain lack of understanding and even a weakness of character. I was almost 40 years old before I openly confessed that my craven attitude toward horses was other than healthy respect. …

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