On this episode, Nolan sits down with Adam Smith, AK resident, dedicated backcountry hunter, and good friend. The discussion is focused on Adam’s experiences and experimentation with lightweight — but dependable — systems for BC, …
Whether you’re cruising ridges for high-country whitetails, or humping mountains for elk, some smart packing prep will have you in great condition to handle whatever situation the hunt throws at you. Below I share five steps to better pack training that will have you prepared for the mountain in the fall.
WSSBC’s Communication Committee sits down with Provincial Wild Sheep and Mountain Goat Specialist Bill Jex to talk about horn aging and an update on a WSSBC supported Stone Sheep Project in the Cassiars.
Nolan sits down with Pete Muennich, president and founder of the Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance. Pete walks through the RMGA’s origin, conservation efforts, and what the future has in store for those beasts the color of winter we love so much.
Nolan sits down with Dylan Eyers, founder of Eatwild. Dylan has dedicated his life to hunting and foraging, as well as mentoring others, and embodies the “field to table” lifestyle in the truest sense.
The temperature had dropped and there was a layer of frost coating the top of the bag. I crawled out under my bivy tarp and stepped into the night, struck by the magical mountain scene before me. The full moon was shining over an ocean of clouds. Mountain peaks emerging through the gleaming white clouds like hundreds of little islands.