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

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

Stepping Back – Reflections on Going Trad, By James Dorrett

In recent years traditional bowhunting has been experiencing a bit of a renaissance. It seems that in this day and age in order to take our passion forward many of us decide to step back,

Aging and Field Judging Thin-Horned Rams, By Jared Christon

Whether you’ve sheep hunted before or it’s a brand new venture, you’ll already know that it’s no easy endeavour. A huge amount of work goes into your quest well before you’ve loaded your backpack. You’ve

Field Applicable Shooting Positions by James Eagleman, Gunwerks Director of Shooting Instruction

When that once in a lifetime dream hunt finally comes, you might only get one shot to make your dream come true. There are many factors that can make you miss or make the perfect

Backcountry Mobility – The Mountain Hunter’s Playbook

One of the most overlooked aspects of the physical preparation that goes into mountain hunting is the hunter’s movement quality, both in terms of how they train — a topic we’ve written about extensively in

Judging and Stalking Mature Billies With A Bow

Arrowing record book goats. It’s not as impossible as you’d think and you don’t have to be a ninja of the crags or be able to split arrows like Robin Hood to do it. With