How Far Is Too Far? Part 2, By Tom Bulloch

Are we closer to an answer? In our first installment of “How Far,” my friend Jerry and I were preparing for a mountain hunt that might entail shooting at substantial distances when he asked me,

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

Identifying the Enemy- 10 Reasons Western Bowhunters Fail, By Roy Grace

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank our friends at Western Hunter Magazine for allowing us to re-publish this article from Bowhunting Editor Roy Grace. If you’re a diehard western hunter, WH and EH are two

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

How Far Is Too Far? A Simple Question With A Complicated Answer- Part One

We gulped the last of our coffee, the only warmth to be had in the pre-dawn blackness, the time when the mountain chill cuts with a knife’s edge. Soon, Jerry and I would each head

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

To Shoot, or Not to Shoot? Field Shooting Positions and Knowing your Limits, By Caylen Wojcik

The ominous, and almost haunting, realization that it’s the last day of the season hangs over your head, as you make one last hike up to your glassing perch with hopes of catching a glimpse

Primitive Bowhunting Lessons: Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) Bows and Arrows, By Dr. Ed Ashby

Editor’s Note: The Ashby reports are graciously compiled and published free of charge by the folks at Alaska Bowhunting Supply and are readily available to anyone that visits their website. These reports are a wealth

Knowing the Distance, by Nate Simmons

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank our friends at Western Hunter and Elk Hunter Magazines for allowing us to re-publish this incredibly comprehensive article from Nate Simmons. If you’re a diehard western hunter, WH and

Becoming A Hunting Photographer – 8 Tips to Improve your Field Photography, By Tony Bynum

Over the centuries, our hunting stories have been painted and scribed into rocks, shared around campfires with family and friends, written in journals and magazines, and more recently photographed and shared around the world via