Adventure Articles

Adventure stories from our Western Hunters.


One Foot at a Time

One Foot at a Time

Prevention and treatment for the one thing that can instantly cripple your hunt My most miserable backcountry hunts haven’t been caused by bad weather or heavy packs; nope, they almost all involved blisters on my feet. Sounds like a little thing just talking about it...
Last Chance Bull

Last Chance Bull

On August 15, 2019 Eddy Corona from Outdoor Experience 4 All & Wounded Warrior Outdoors called me and said he had a donated archery Bull Elk tag in Arizona’s unit 10 if I was interested. I replied, “hell yeah I’m interested”. My buddy Paul Baird contacted his...
A Test of Mental Toughness

A Test of Mental Toughness

A long hunt in spectacular country by Hyrum Facer, Utah, 2016 Utah! What a great place to live, hunt, and grow a family. It’s truly unlike any other place on Earth. Utah has it all, from the solitude of the highest peaks to the low desert floors of Moab. The best part...
Back-To-Back Antelope Bucks

Back-To-Back Antelope Bucks

It’s funny how before a fall hunting season ends, you find yourself daydreaming and strategizing about next year. Yet, when you’re “born to hunt” what else is a person to do? In some states you can strategize and plan hunts with the expectation of drawing your desired...
Leica Geovid 3200.COM

Leica Geovid 3200.COM

Leica unveiled the Geovid 3200.COM laser rangefinder binocular, cementing their position at the top of the category industry-wide. This new model builds on Leica’s 25-year history of groundbreaking laser rangefinder technology for hunters. The 3200.COM is the first...
Bullwhacker

Bullwhacker

A Successful Goat Hunt With a Trusty Weapon “It wasn’t a buffalo or a deer or a goat. It wasn’t a creature at all. It was something grown out of the snow; it was something a crazy mind made up; it was an old spirit man from the top of the world and a bullet wouldn’t...