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Drop Camp Caribou with Arrowhead Outfitters

By Jaremy Hamm I’ve always dreamed of hunting caribou. The vision of those big tops with lots of points and double shovels was going to be part of my trophy room for sure.

Dinosaurs of the Columbia River

By Collin Dalley The Columbia River can offer one of the greatest thrills a fisherman will ever experience.  Much of this massive river divides the state of Washington and Oregon and holds some of the largest fish in North America. Strangely enough, most outdoor enthusiasts have never taken full advantage of all the opportunities this [...]

Monster Pike on the Churchill River System

By Michael Deming As the fresh caught walleye sizzled in the pan, I couldn’t help but reflect on our first morning fishing at Ruffo’s Sportsman’s Lodge. Our total of big northern pike for the morning included five fish over 40 inches and a total of 14 fish over 36”, making it one of the most [...]

Grey Reef Anglers & Wingshooting

By Collin Dalley When it comes to trout fishing in Wyoming, the Gray Reef and Miracle Mile should be on your radar. These tailwater fisheries of the North Platte River are located outside the Casper, Wyoming area and are known for producing lots of fish with the possibility of reaching the 10lb + mark.

Adventure Alaska – The Best of Both Worlds

By Kent Danjanovich Senior Editor As most of you know, Alaska is one of my most favorite places in the world.  In fact, with all of my travels to this beautiful state, I really can’t say that I have not had a great experience no matter where I have visited.  Each area holds special reasons [...]

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Year-round Big Game Hunting

By Michael Deming The end of the big game hunting season has always been a very big disappointment to me. As a child, I was more excited about opening day of deer season than Christmas. I could never sleep the night before the opener and I greeted each day with vigor. I’m sure I drove [...]

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Wild Game Recipe: Dove And Mushroom Pasta

29 October 2014

The dove is Americas leading game bird. Flying at speeds of up to 55 miles per hour it has earned the nickname “grey demon” in hunting circles. They make for some fast shooting, and is excellent table fare. The meat is second to none in flavor, and this recipe really makes them a special meal. [...]

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Boo’s All Natural Beef Jerky Adds New Flavors

29 October 2014

Professional PGA golfer Boo Weekley has taken his favorite recipes of jerky and made them available for the Sportsman’s Warehouse customer, and has now added two new flavors; Sweet Spice and Teriyaki. His beef jerky provides a boost of protein in the form of lean, tender, smoky, high quality cuts of beef prepared old fashioned [...]

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Fishful Thinker: Fall Preparation

29 October 2014

I really hate to point this out, but it’s getting to be that season. No, not hunting season. I’d be happy to point that out. Not holiday season. I love to cook and get to do a bunch of it over the holidays. No, the seasonal change I’m referring to is fishing related. It’s the [...]

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Pro’s Tip: Getting Stuck

29 October 2014

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor If you like to get off the beaten path, odds are at some point, you are going to get your rig good and stuck in the middle of nowhere. Having the tools onboard to get yourself unstuck or to wait it out until help can arrive can ultimately mean the [...]

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Big Game Processing: Making The Most Out Of Your Harvest

29 October 2014

By Michael Deming Every year millions of hunters head to the field in hopes of filling their tags. Many of us do this to enjoy the outdoors and the experience of the hunt, but in the end most of us enjoy the table fare it provides.

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Tillamook Country Smoker Jerky

29 October 2014

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor When people think of beef jerky, they often are thinking of tough, salty, leathery, over-dried beef that would have been worthy of the early pioneers. That is not what you get with Tillamook Country Smoker jerky.

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Writers Contest: Hat Trick

29 October 2014

By David Weger On July 21st, I found myself on Lake Nipissing in Ontario, burning a double-10 bucktail over a secret weed bed.

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Words From The Publisher

29 October 2014

By Michael Deming Membership has its’ privileges. I’m sure this is a saying many of you have heard throughout your lives. The question is, “what are those privileges”?

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Simmons Blazer 20-60X 60 mm Spotting Scope

29 October 2014

Being able to identify your game from a distance is a good way to avoid stalking an illegal animal. Letting your glass work for you can save you hours of wasted time and make your ultimate hunt more successful. Additionally, it can save hours a year of range time, walking back and forth to see [...]

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Pro’s Pick: Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon I

29 October 2014

Fabbrica d’Armi Pietro Beretta S.p.A. is an Italian company born of the dream and capability of a renaissance craftsman. Thanks to the courage, vision and skills of its lineage, its name has earned international status for its high-tech content, performance and for the Italian style that distinguishes its products.

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PacWest Outdoors: Prep School For Predator Hunters

29 October 2014

Schooling two new coyote hunters in the desert in Eastern Oregon By Gary Lewis We tend to think about coyote hunting a bit too late in the season. Hunters who love to hunt coyotes more than anything else know that August and September are the best months to hunt the sharp-toothed critters.

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Bushnell H2O Waterproof Binos

29 October 2014

Taking your high-end optics on a boat or into a wet environment can leave them damaged or foggy. Condensation can build up inside, obstructing the clarity of your binos. Bushnell thought about this when they designed their H2O line of binoculars.

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Video Product Review: Leupold VX-6 Riflescope

22 October 2014

The gold ring of Leupold has always been a brand you can count on and the VX-6 holds true with the same tradition.   This top of the line scope is designed, machined and assembled right here in the good ol’ United States of America.

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Video Product Review: Carl Zeiss Conquest HD 15X56 Binoculars

15 October 2014

The Conquest HD series of binoculars have been a big hit for the past few years because of their unbeatable price to performance ratio.   The new Conquest HD in 15X56 isn’t going to be any different. 

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Video Product Review: Nikon Prostaff 7S 10×42 Binos

08 October 2014

With more advances in high-end optics production, the price of superior optics has steadily declined while quality has improved.

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Yakutat Alaska

05 October 2014

The Sportsman’s News Team of Kent Danjanovich and Rick Rosenberg made their last trip of the year to Alaska, on the Tsiu, Sitik and Italio Rivers and lets just say they weren’t disappointed!  The silvers were thick and the ‘fishing’ truly turned into ‘catching’.  Keep an eye out for the stories to support in the [...]

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