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Moose Frolic in Utah

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Spring is definitely in the air. Greg Dixon happened across these three moose in East Canyon and captured the frolicking fun on video. “In all my years of being in the woods it was an amazing thing to see,” said Dixon.

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A Great Day for Fishing in California

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The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation continued its long-time support of America’s troops and their families by co-sponsoring Fort Hunter Liggett’s 2017 Youth Fishing Derby. More than 230 anglers took part along with more than 600 other family members and friends. In addition to a day of fun by the water, the event also celebrated the month of the military child and the Army Reserve’s birthday while promoting fishing as a family bonding experience. The first …

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Wisdom of the Wallow – Follow The Wallows To Find A Bull

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Don’t wander elk country. Be strategic. Do you randomly wander the woods hoping to stumble into a vocal bull? Well, quit. Some bowhunters make wide, circular sweeps of their country before returning to camp. That’s fine. But you can give those spherical strolls more meaning by connecting the dots, namely wallows. Elk muck up soggy areas before and throughout the rut. The most intense activity is two weeks prior to the majority of cows coming …

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Randy Newberg Podcast – Keep It Public

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Randy shares the mic with Greg Blascovich, Founder of the non-profit organization, and Board Member Randall Williams. Each having a PhD in relevant topics of history and/or politics, Greg and Randall provide perspective of how public lands came to be and how politics formed America’s interest in public lands. Topics covered include:

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1,2,3…8 Mountains Lions!

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And they just keep on coming. This trail cam video posted by Big Game Hunting, an app by HowtoHunt Outdoors seems to show a group of eight, count ‘em, eight different mountain lions crossing the snowy landscape together. If you have some great game camera footage, submit it below. 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 …

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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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Track Star’s Secret to Success: Eat Elk Meat!

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Turner Washington throws the discus for Canyon Del Oro High School in Tucson, Arizona. Check that, he throws it a long, long way! The senior recently set the state record with a toss of 215 feet, 8 inches. Then a mere two weeks later, he increased his record to 217 feet, 5 inches. What made the difference? Two words—elk meat. “I grew up with a family of hunters,” Turner Washington told KOLD-TV. “I shot an …

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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 …