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Hike a little further

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Facebook user Chad Limbach had a pleasant surprise on a recent hike. His caption “Sometimes you just have to hike a little further to see the good stuff!” is telling that the extra effort, can often times result in a great reward! If you’ve got a great video “From The Field,” be sure to submit it below! By checking this box, you acknowledge that you are the original, full owner of the story/content, that my …

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Second-Chance Cow for an Awestruck Hunter

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Even though I’ve been hunting with my dad since I was 3 years old, this was my first time hunting elk with my own tag. I was with him when he shot his first mule deer with a bow in 105-degree heat, so I knew hunting was not easy. Before my elk hunt, my dad taught me how to shoot the same pump action Remington rifle that he shot his first elk with when he …

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Mountain Lion Stalks, Takes Down Deer

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It never saw it coming. A trail camera in California captured video of a mountain lion that ambushed a deer at a watering tank. “I was surprised by how fast it struck,” Randy Spade, told Field & Stream. “It was in the blink of an eye.” Spade has 30 cameras spread across 2,200 acres of ranchland. He checks each of them weekly and has done so for years but over all that time, this is …

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Keeping the Family Tradition Alive

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Every year, my grandpa took my dad hunting in Colorado. Now my dad takes me to the same spot on public land to hunt without guides. I’ve been there for the last four years, but this was my first bull elk. It was really fun to shoot. Last fall, I drew a tag for rifle season and we drove to Colorado. By our third day hunting, we really didn’t have good luck. We were in …

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Idaho Hunter Recovering from Bear Attack

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An Idaho hunter survived an encounter with a black bear after the two tumbled down a hill together. Marvin Jennings of Boise and his uncle hunted over a bear site in southwest Idaho. Jennings shot a bear, waited a short period of time and then approached. The bear charged and knocked him to the ground as they both tumbled down a hill. It bit him a number of times on the left arm and leg …

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Five Cougars

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I was shocked when I checked my StealthCam that was set behind the house about 100 yards and saw not one, but five cougars. Appears to be mom and four grown cubs. We are lucky to have several videos of cougar, deer, elk, moose, bear and various other critters. Northeastern Washington State.

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Name that animal

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Here’s another good trailcam video from DIYHunter. What kind of animal do you think this utter belongs to? Leave your guess in the comments below and if you have some great footage #FromTheField, use the form below to submit it. By checking this box, you acknowledge that you are the original, full owner of the story/content, that my content follows the guidelines, and you have affirmatively reviewed, accepted, and agreed to all of the terms …

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Fence-Sitting Elk

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My elk hunt last season was epic with lots of surprises. We were hunting close to home – up Skalkaho in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley. We had permission to hunt some private property so we knew we needed to stay within the fences. When we got there, my brother and I started walking. My dad told us we’d be walking for a long time, but as soon as we got over this little hill, on the …