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Total Outdoorsmen: Eat, and Share, What You Kill

Total Outdoorsmen: Eat, and Share, What You Kill

No matter if it's a gourmet feast or a rustic camp supper, a family meal of shared wild game has always brought hunters together Illustration of hunters and fishermen sharing food Matt Twombly The dusky grouse came from the big slopes of the Flathead and Kootenai...

The Deer Hunter’s Guide To Fall Turkey Hunting

The Deer Hunter’s Guide To Fall Turkey Hunting

Last night, I set up within bow range of a chestnut oak that was raining acorns onto leaf litter scattered with fresh deer poo. I love this time of year, when most of the trees have dropped their leaves, but not the oaks. It makes it so easy to find the mast trees and...

A Quick Guide To Central Montana’s Rivers

A Quick Guide To Central Montana’s Rivers

The rivers of Central Montana are unlike those found elsewhere in the state. Flowing from the mighty Rocky Mountains and several island mountain ranges, the waterways then meander downhill, eventually meeting the Great Plains in their gradual journey eastward. This...

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How To Buy The Perfect Compound Bow For Hunting

How To Buy The Perfect Compound Bow For Hunting

You can kill big game with an original Allen Speedster or a Dukes-era Martin Wart Hog if you want, but ever since Hollis Wilbur Allen patented that first compound bow in 1969, and since Bo and Luke blew up their first outhouse, modern bow technology has advanced at a...

Total Outdoorsmen: Eat, and Share, What You Kill

Total Outdoorsmen: Eat, and Share, What You Kill

No matter if it's a gourmet feast or a rustic camp supper, a family meal of shared wild game has always brought hunters together Illustration of hunters and fishermen sharing food Matt Twombly The dusky grouse came from the big slopes of the Flathead and Kootenai...

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