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Beyond The Grid: Prairie Dog Extavaganza

Prairie dogs are a real problem for many cattle ranchers across the west and specifically Eastern Montana. When these desert rodents overpopulate, they will overgraze an area and literally eat cattle out of house and home and potentially spread disease such as the bubonic plague. Shooting them is a good …

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Hunting Montana Muleys- EHJ Hunt Winner

Every fall we have the great privilege of taking hunters from across the United States on once in a lifetime hunts. Many trophy bull elk call southern Colorado home. For one lucky Eastmans’ Bowhunting journal subscriber a hunt for rutting bulls in Colorado with Guy Eastman filming the whole experience …

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Man vs. YETI

Yeti didn’t technically ask us to torture test their new One Gallon Jug but their marketing artwork more or less challenged us to do it. Not being people who like to shirk our responsibility as Yeti’s partners we thought that it was important to test the “we dare you.” That …

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Yellowstone Grizzlies Delisted!

As a lifelong Wyoming resident I am thrilled to hear that we are finally going to be able to manage grizzly bears. I am under no illusion that we won’t see many lawsuits similar to what we faced for many years with the transplanted wolf population. The biggest difference in …

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Truck Camping for Success

Knowing the right ways use your truck while hunting vast tracks of land can be a huge benefit. Nearly all of us hunters own a truck, but are you using it to its full potential? Now, I am not saying to drive around and hope that monster buck or bull …

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Tecnu Original Review

For years Tecnu has been making products that keep you safe while outdoors, no matter the activity. Tecnu Original, developed during the Cold War to wipe of radioactive dust from skin has evolved into a multi-use product from everything to poison ivy, oak, and sumac treatment to removing pitch from …

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4×4: Prepping For A Mountain Hunt

As much as I love the stage, touring, and performing to crowds, being able to sneak away and become secluded with just the wilderness and myself is something my heart, mind, and soul needs in order to operate cohesively. I’m either on stage nearing the end of a tour, anxiously …

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Cool Hand Luke

For those of us that make bowhunting a lifestyle, preparation for next season begins the day after archery season ends. For others, it might be a casual hobby or maybe you’re a weekend warrior. There’s nothing wrong with any intensity level of bowhunting as long as you’re a bowhunting! As …

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