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Poaching Restitution: Is It Enough?

Do Convicted Poachers Pay Enough to Deter Others? All of us get frustrated when we hear about poachers violating the public trust and illegally taking the wildlife that we pay to see flourish and that every citizen has the right to enjoy. Law-abiding hunters that wait years to hunt that …

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Eastmans’ – The Story of Us

Our story begins with our grandfather Gordon Eastman and his adventure films that started in the 1950’s and showcased the wildlife of the North, the country they lived in and the grit it took to hunt them. From there, his son and our father, Mike Eastman created Eastmans’ Hunting Journals, …

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Airbows In Arizona?

Arizona Airbows – Yay or Nay? Just recently the Arizona Game and Fish Department set to reexamining rules, wording and definitions across a broad spectrum of topics but one that caught our eye was the proposed amendment to the department’s crossbow permit rule, see below. R12-4-216. Crossbow Permit The objective …

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Unraveling The Nevada Draw System

Every state has a unique draw system for unique reasons. Nevada has built their system around the idea that you should have a chance, albeit slim in many cases, year in and year out while awarding applicants for their loyalty every year with bonus points. Want to play the game …

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2018 Wyoming Grizzly Bear Hunt?

Wyoming Grizzly Hunt – The Details “There is a grizzly bear population robust and healthy enough to sustain a conservative and regulated hunting season.” -Wyoming Game and Fish Dept. Would you pay $50 Million to hunt a grizzly bear? Me neither, but the sportsmen of Wyoming have spent that, according …

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