Do you ever think about where your food comes from? How it was procured or produced? How it made its way to your refrigerator? Well, every year in the United States an estimated 14 million hunters and 33 million anglers participate in wild protein harvests, and 1.5 million hunters and nearly 4 million anglers do so in Canada. These people know exactly where their food comes from and how it was produced… naturally, that is… …
Rocky Mountain Hunting Call’s Threat BugleView Post
Snow Storm BullsView Post
Robb-Ledford Wildlife Management Area – Elk Country ChroniclesView Post
Leupold’s new Model VX-5HD Gold Ring Rifle ScopeView Post
As a hunters, it is our responsibility to make that first shot count. Because you only have one first shot, training in mountainous environments with big angles, lots of wind, hasty resting positions and long ranges is important to build confidence with both your equipment, your ability and any limitations that you may find. In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Kristy Titus heads to Texas Hill Country to train at the FTW Ranch …
Jason films his friend Barrett Haugan take a monster Montana antelope while hunting the opening week of the season.
Top 3 Tips to Film Your Own HuntView Post
Just Like The Old DaysView Post
Follow along with first time elk hunter Chad Carman as he hunts the Uintah Mountains in northern Utah. Chad experiences a wide range of emotions while hunting this week as he hears his first bugle, nocks an arrow at his first bull, and experiences the reality of elk hunting.
Elk country is a peaceful, special place.
This IS Hunting – Episode 7View Post
Titus in the RockiesView Post
Bull Elk Sounds: Bugles, Barks, Grunts and MoreView Post
Blueberry Muffins Made Healthy with Kristy TitusView Post
The PoolView Post
A Way To Say Thank You – Team ElkView Post
Life of ElkView Post
Hunting elk with Randy Newberg shows you how to quickly remove elk ivories, or as some call them, “Whistle teeth.” Using a simple multi-tool, a stick, and a hammer or rock, you remove ivories fast and easy.