Do - It - Yourself Moose
Hunting the World’s Largest Deer.
Mr. Gose’s bunkhouse was small but contained two plywood bunks with mattresses, a wood-burning fireplace, a propane stove on which to cook, a small table with chairs and a dusty couch where a third person could sleep – and running water for the sink. It was a modern-day line shack, no doubt used every time the cattle needed to be worked. In all directions, the Wyoming prairie stretched as far as the eye could see.
Fjord Bighorn Rams
Reintroduced sheep lead the way to opportunity.
A half-dozen years ago, I introduced my sweetheart to big game hunting. She nudged me into upland bird hunting and started me skiing – more specifically, alpine ski racing.
Cross-Country Coyote Tactics
I get a great deal of pride and pleasure from leaving the hunting masses behind – hiking until my truck is a speck on the horizon – when hunting the South Dakota grasslands for prairie grouse each fall.
Thomas Grill's Oddball Bull
Despite being busy with work, Thomas Grill headed into Wyoming’s unit 21 late in the afternoon, with bow in hand, to take advantage of the rut. The hunt was on public land on which he had hunted many times in the past, but the weather was hot, muggy and not very conducive to hunting. Thomas had his girlfriend, Jamilee Scandle, along for the adventure, and they hiked into the hills to check some locations where elk had been encountered in previous years.
When Autumn Ifland drew the second elk tag in her life, she knew she was going – even though she’d be nine months pregnant.
Predator & Prey
Take the Guesswork Out of Bullet Drop
Free Range Texas Rams
A First Elk is Earned
A First-Timer Takes a 190+ Muley
Elk With a Little Help
Mentors help a young man score big.
Bull or Nothing
He slept silently in the flannel of an over-sized sleeping bag, a pint-sized anomaly in a tent full of men.
With more than a dozen peaks reaching beyond 12,000 feet in elevation, and a few ascending above 13,000, the Bighorn Mountains rise from the Wyoming prairie just northwest of Casper before petering out along the Bighorn River across the state line south of Billings, Montana. To disinterested passers-by, the Bighorns may appear to have been peeled from the Rockies like a torn toenail.
233-Inch Arizona Buck
An Unbelievable Muzzleloader Hunt
Winter Range Muleys
Late hunts offer unique trophy opportunities.
Foul Weather Pronghorn
The Delight of Stalking in Close.
Down And Out Elk
Success When Weather Fronts Push Bulls from High Country.
A 248-5/8 B&C Public Ground Minnesota Monster.
Tribal Land Bucks
In Pursuit of Whitetails and Muleys.
The Trouble With Coyotes
Hunting among Suburban sprawl.
Solo for Wild Hogs
A multi-mile hike can seem short while having a quiet conversation with hunting buddies, and by the time hunters know it, they’re at their spot, glassing at first light.
Predator & Prey
The Venerable .22-250 Remington.
Island Black Bears
Spot-and-Stalk Hunting at its Best.
Does chasing bugling bulls mean betting against the odds?
A Matter of Instinct
Terry glasses for Dall sheep and moose high up on a mountaintop, a destination largely reached by instinct rather than practice.
Wilderness Area Elk
Four friends head to the Colorado high country.
Climbing for Tahr
On Foot in New Zealand’s Southern Alps
High Country Elk
Copying with Warm Weather and Added Elevation
Alpine Mule Deer
Hunting Far-Away Bucks in Secluded Basins