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Gear Reviews

Expert analysis and education on the tools we rely on to successfully hunt the west.

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Hillsound BTR Stool

I walked into the show and i saw the stool and i could not believe how lightweight these things were!

Snow Peak Folding Backpacker's Torch

The most useful (and fun) lightweight torch we've ever seen!

Backpacking Water Filter Review

Although each of us can make personal gear choices, one thing all of us need daily is clean drinking water and usually a lot of it.

Multi-Editor Bino Harness Review

This past fall we put five of our crew in new harnesses from some of the top companies in this arena and asked them to put them through a hunting season.

Tripod Buyers Guide

Not all tripod legs are created equal - for good reason. There are three crucial criteria to consider when purchasing a tripod: 1) purpose, 2) use, and 3) requirements.

Gear Legends - Outdoorsmans Tripod System

It could be argued that no product in the western hunting industry has had as much impact and profound change in the way we actually hunt as the Outdoorsmans Tripod

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Strategy & Tactics

Knowledge and information geared to help you prep for your hunt and execute in the field.

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Tips for Picking a Hunting Spot

When I show up to a new area, I already know many of the best vantage points in the unit before I ever set foot there. This starts at home, well prior to the hunt. Here are the steps I take in order to locate what I would deem as the “best spots”.

E-Scouting Tips & Techniques

E-scouting can help you understand a unit’s terrain, road access, habitat, pressured areas, animal behavior, and develop backup plans that will ultimately lead to more success.

BaseMap for E-Scouting

DIY western big game hunting is a lot of work. The planning, preparation, travel, and hunt all require time and dedication to put all the moving pieces together.

How to Plan an Alaskan Hunting Adventure

How to plan an Alaskan hunting adventure. Don’t grow old wishing you would have taken the leap sooner.

How Turkey Hunting Can Make You A Better Elk Hunter

If you want to be a great hunter, you need to hunt all the time. Being out in the woods is the best way to learn about the game you pursue.

How To Glass Without Using The Grid Technique

It’s mid-afternoon. You’re laying on a rock in the sun, crumpling a candy bar wrapper and picking the last bits […]

Hunt & Adventure Stories

Enjoy and learn from the stories of fellow Western Hunters.

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Crazy Odds

Hearing that the results had been released, I opened up my oldest son Trey’s FWP profile and saw he was “successful” in the draw. Then I opened up my younger son, Tyson’s, and saw he was also “successful”!

Alaska Afloat

We covered more than one hundred and sixteen miles total, and seeing the two float planes land on the smooth river surface made it all worthwhile.

Of Caves and Rams

We ventured off as planned, pulling a camping trailer with my 3500 Ram loaded down with two week’s worth of grub, 150 gallons of Avgas in drums, and 130 gallons of diesel fuel in the Tidy Tank. What could possibly go wrong?

4 in 48

We rolled into camp that night very late and shared the good news with Steve and Nate. We had more meat to pack out, but our hunt was over. Four bulls in 48 hours exceeded our wildest expectations.

Into The Wilderness

Being born and raised in Montana, I have been very fortunate to hunt big game every year. I have taken some respectable mule deer but have had a few giants escape my bullet in years prior.

Big Sky Dreams

After about 45 minutes, it finally happened. I felt the wind hit the back of my neck. I immediately drew back and like clockwork, the bull’s head whipped upright.

Lifestyle & Fitness

Being a Western Hunter is a lifestyle from off-season training, to enjoying the game we take, and all aspects in between.

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Crazy Odds

Hearing that the results had been released, I opened up my oldest son Trey’s FWP profile and saw he was “successful” in the draw. Then I opened up my younger son, Tyson’s, and saw he was also “successful”!

Alaska Afloat

We covered more than one hundred and sixteen miles total, and seeing the two float planes land on the smooth river surface made it all worthwhile.

Of Caves and Rams

We ventured off as planned, pulling a camping trailer with my 3500 Ram loaded down with two week’s worth of grub, 150 gallons of Avgas in drums, and 130 gallons of diesel fuel in the Tidy Tank. What could possibly go wrong?

4 in 48

We rolled into camp that night very late and shared the good news with Steve and Nate. We had more meat to pack out, but our hunt was over. Four bulls in 48 hours exceeded our wildest expectations.

Into The Wilderness

Being born and raised in Montana, I have been very fortunate to hunt big game every year. I have taken some respectable mule deer but have had a few giants escape my bullet in years prior.

Big Sky Dreams

After about 45 minutes, it finally happened. I felt the wind hit the back of my neck. I immediately drew back and like clockwork, the bull’s head whipped upright.

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