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Big Game

He’s Down. Now What?

Elk are big critters, and you need to have a game plan for getting that precious meat off the mountain. We’d done it. It shouldn’t have worked, but somehow, it did. The on-alert bull

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Broadhead Confidence

Hunting for wild boar with my son Cameron, we pointed our noses into the wind and crept towards the thick tangle of shrubs. We spied a black spot in the center of the trees

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Prepared Opportunist

In today’s hectic world, time is valuable. It is harder to find time for hunting and fishing every year or just being in the field with friends or family. I’ve learned to purchase all

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Hammer Black Bear

Arriving in bear camp, I was eager to sight in a new rifle for the evening hunt. We were hunting northern Alberta, where the bounty of the boreal forest offers a dedicated bruin hunter

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The Barbary Pirates of West Texas

It’s always been a dream to hunt bighorn sheep in the natural environment of the southwest, roaming free from the hand of man. And while each year I apply for bighorn tags in multiple

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Long Prongs

“He’s got long prongs, I’ll give him that!” said Ted Simpson as he stepped back so I could peer through his spotting scope. “Can’t tell much about anything else. See what you think! Once

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California Dreaming

There was no rush leaving the house in the morning, as we would have to be able to spot deer before deciding if we would even try a stalk. The morning air was comfortable

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Fight Club Bulls

We started down an overgrown cutline right at legal light. My hunting partner, Jason Frank, is no stranger to elk and spends most of his fall in hot pursuit of wapiti. Jason grew up

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Forky

When I first laid eyes on the buck, my heart raced with excitement. The beams stretched out past the deer’s ears, andthe dark colouration made them took huge. I slowly lifted my binoculars to

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Korean Antelope Steak

Antelope is often given a bad rap for being musky or fragrant with sage. Antelope is close to veal, being tender and flavorful, and if the taste isn’t satisfactory, it likely wasn’t handled properly

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Born Hunting