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In The Spirit Of Tradition

In The Spirit Of Tradition

Everyone has their own reasons for hunting and what it means to them. For me, the main factors are connecting with nature while getting away from the busyness of everyday life, knowing where your food comes from, and making lasting memories with family.

In The Spirit Of Tradition

In The Spirit Of Tradition

Everyone has their own reasons for hunting and what it means to them. For me, the main factors are connecting with nature while getting away from the busyness of everyday life, knowing where your food comes from, and making lasting memories with family.

By Andy Densereau In many years hunting and butchering animals for myself and others, the lack of respect for the meat of an animal never hit me until I opened my own wild game butcher shop. I hear several people complaining about the taste of wild game or refusing to...

Wild, Western Winchesters by Dale Valade

If there exists a more iconic rifle than the Winchester Model 1894, it would be very tough to argue. Who of us raised on John Wayne and Clint Eastwood westerns didn’t spend many an hour pining for a rifle just like the ones they used on the silver screen? In George A....

School of September Summary Part One

School of September Summary Part One

The first three months of our School of September kick off has been action packed! As we inch our way closer to the archery elk seasons throughout the west, I wanted to offer a sort of summary of the content for easy access. We still have more SOS episodes coming, but...

Mountain Whitetails and Raising REAL Men, Part 1 & 2!

Mountain Whitetails and Raising REAL Men, Part 1 & 2!

Whitetail expert Troy Pottenger join me with his two sons, Jess and Ty. For longer than I can remember, I've had this growing concern over the future of hunting. Numbers in hunting participation is slowly dwindling, the anti-hunting movement is growing stronger, and...

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