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Stone Sheep the Hard Way – Tips on Hunting Low Density Sheep Areas, By Jared Christon

The passion that leads many of us to the most beautiful and remote places in BC and the Yukon is Stone sheep hunting. It takes us miles off the beaten track, far from the nearest

The Forgotten Half: Part 2 By Tony Bynum

Feature Image Photo Credit Connor Gabbott To capture unforgettable images, a great lens is at least as important as the camera. Here in Part 2 of The Forgotten Half, Tony provides his specific recommendations on what

The Forgotten Half: Part 1 By Tony Bynum

To capture unforgettable images, a great lens is at least as important as the camera… A few years ago, good friend and fellow photographer, Rod Sinclair, and I went to photograph black bears. Rod was

Cooking Your Kill By Connor Gabbot of Cedar & Sagebrush

All Photos Credit Cedar & Sagebrush It’s day eight of your ten-day backpack hunt. You have been living out of your backpack, eating freeze-dried meals the entire trip. Every night you camp in a new spot,

Why I Don’t Use Trekking Poles! By Joseph Peter, Owner Hard Yards Hunting NZ

Trekking poles have swooped in, taking over the mountain hunting scene in North America. Trekking poles are a great tool when used in the right terrain and can save your knees from aches as well

Decisions, By Joel Turner, Founder of Ironmind Hunting

Your success on the shot of a lifetime depends not on your shooting ability, but on your decision making ability. You may practice your shooting all year long in an attempt to get better at

Measuring and Scoring Mule and Blacktail Deer – B&C Club Official Guide

Mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus hemionus), Columbia blacktail (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus), and Sitka blacktail deer (Odocoileus hemionus sitkensis) are subspecies of the same species that are separated by geographically defined boundary (Chapter 2) lines for records-keeping

Measuring and Scoring Rocky Mountain Elk – B&C Club Official Guide

The American elk (Cervus canadensis) closely resembles the red deer of Europe and Asia and is now regarded by mammologists as belonging in the same species. The red deer is smallest in Scotland where it

The Future of the Bighorn By Adam Janke, JOMH Editor in Chief

The bighorn sheep holds a special place in the global psyche. People travel from all over the world to places like Banff, Jasper, the Greater Yellowstone Area and the mountains of the Southwestern US and

If Lawmakers Could Get Behind These Conservation Basics, We’d All Win, By Kristyn Brady

Editor’s Note: The following is a recap of the TRCP‘s 14th annual Western Media Summit, hosted in Fort Collins, Colo., from June 22 to 24 where the discussions and panel stressed the value of growing