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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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Gray Fox Aplenty

Some hunting buddies thought that heading to Texas in the middle of the deer rut was crazy. However, it meant zero competition in the camp when it came to predator hunting. The talk around

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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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Cottontails for Connoisseurs

My brother and cousins and I were winter “big game” hunting many years ago. Each of us carried the most powerful rifles we owned — .22 rimfires. Our farmland rabbits were in trouble. “Here

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Choosing Optics for Hunting

Every hunter should use a binocular. Most would benefit from a spotting scope, too. Here’s why… Binoculars and spotting scopes make you Superhunter. They won’t let you see through walls with X-ray vision, but

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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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A Duck By Any Other Name

When I was a kid the “black guns” weren’t mainstream. In my mind they were just guns that the military used. I was always told they weren’t very accurate and most of the ammo

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