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Being a Western Hunter is a lifestyle from off-season training, to enjoying the game we take, and all aspects in between.
Zack goes over some cape care basics and what he does to help preserve a once-in-a-lifetime memory.
As hunters, we put a ton of time and effort into our hunts to give ourselves the best chances of success. One thing often overlooked however is trophy care.
Want to learn how to be the person that every taxidermist would like to have present for the caping process of a hard-earned trophy.
Everybody now-a-days has a cell phone in their pocket, right? Here are a few tips on how to get the most out of the camera you already have.
Don’t convince yourself that you can take an inferior lens and make it work for cover quality images - you can’t.
Auto mode can only do so much and if you want to take your photo game to the next level, you’re going to want to start shooting in manual mode.
Make your time count and write out your goals, know your why, create a plan, eliminate distractions, stay positive and sprint full speed towards your passions and desires.
Months of planning and preparation are involved in every hunt. The last thing you want to happen is to “hit a wall” and tap out early.
In Part 1 of this article, I shared some examples of interactions I had with an outfitter while hunting in […]
In an effort to extend his hunting season, Remi shares his favorite exotic hunting species that roam North America.