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Hunting Strategies

Pulling Rare Tags

As the miles ticked by underneath the Toyota Tundra, I couldn’t help but think back over the last three months […]

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Strategy & Tactics

Backcountry Passage: The Best Methods of Transit in the Wilderness

Hunt smarter not harder, right? This saying has always perplexed me because it always seems like the guys who put […]

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Gear

DIY Bow and Arrow Tuning

"Even if you get your bow initially set up by an archery pro shop, having the ability to work on your own bow and arrow after the initial setup is very important..."

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Gear

Maximizing Bowhunting Forgiveness: Part 1

What is the worst possible outcome of a bow hunt? This is a personal question, but for myself and many […]

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Lifestyle & Fitness

Off-Season Training Tips

Every season has an ending, and every new season brings new opportunities. We need to look at the “off-season” as an opportunity to boost our performance in the backcountry.

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Gear

Gearing Up for the Off-Season

Kristy gives us a how-to on organizing and cleaning your gear in the off season so you are ready to go!

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In Field Tactics

Late-Season Backpack Hunting

While many guys day hunt from home or a luxurious base camp when winter starts setting in, you can still enjoy all of the benefits of a bivy camp while staying comfortable and safe, with not much more than a little extra thought and planning.

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Gear

How To Properly Fit a Hunting Pack

As hunters, we are nothing without our tools and technology. Here are a few things to focus on with pack fitting, and a review of the pack that has worked for us, as well as what has not.

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In Field Tactics

Be More Successful Mule Deer Hunting - Part 1

There are some basic tips in hunting that all apply to being successful and there is also information that is more nuanced to hunting mule deer.

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Preparation & Planning

Outfitting the Hunting Horseman

The hunting horseman can accomplish a “run and gun” technique while traversing a lot of country in search of game. The logistics of horse feed and water are essentially the only limiting factors. 

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In Field Tactics

Navigating the Backcountry with Stock

In this article I will describe how I have traveled in remote areas throughout the West with my pack and riding stock, using both age-old techniques as well as the technology which is currently available to us today.

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Preparation & Planning

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.

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