Lifestyle Archives - Journal of Mountain Hunting

EP 414: Quick and Dirty with Wardo – Staying Resilient Isn’t Complicated

Wardo covers his go to exercises when time is short and you’re trying to balance work, hunting as much as possible, and the demands of family and day-to-day life.

EP 409: The Global Hunt for Adventure with Field Ethos

On this episode, Adam visits with Mike Schoby, COO of Field Ethos, to hear the story behind Field Ethos, and discuss worldwide adventures, trophy hunting, tribalism and labelling within the hunting community, the value of breadth

EP 399: What We Can Learn From Axis Deer with Jake Muise of Maui Nui Venison

On this episode, Adam hosts Jake Muise, arguably one of the world’s foremost experts on Axis deer and their impact on the Hawaiian Islands, as well as the founder of Maui Nui Venison.

Cooking with Burch Barrel: Montana Merriam Sliders & Huckleberry BBQ Sauce

Some people get a bad taste in their mouth, when you say, “wild turkey”. This recipe is sure to change their mind. The butter allows the turkey to remain juicy while you are grilling and

Hunting Urials in the Land of the Lion and the Sun pt III, by Dr. Afshin Mofid

I was back on track for my third try, this time in mid-December, well past the November rutting season when the large rams suddenly appear out of the hills looking for mates. The rut is

Hunting Urials in the Land of the Lion and the Sun pt II, by Dr. Afshin Mofid

Five years later, as soon as the ban was lifted, it was time for a second shot! This time around, Mr. Mostofi had secured a permit for another mountain range much further to the Northeast

Hunting Urials in the Land of the Lion and the Sun pt I, by Dr. Afshin Mofid

I still remember the day I saw the picture. It was in an old copy of a hunting magazine. I was 12, and the instant I saw it, I was fascinated by the curve of

Home at Last, By Alexander Sharif

The story of a magnificent Transcaspian Urial ram, which despite many twists and turns, finally came home after 50 years in exile!

Mountain Solitaire, By Alexander Pirouz-Schlutter

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

Ireland’s Sika Stags, By John Tooher

It’s early September and the deer hunting season has just opened in Ireland. I eagerly await to be joined by my hunting colleagues at the entrance to the forest. Light coloured fumes from the Landrover