Hunting, as with any passion in life, can be fickle. No matter our accolades, there will always exist a nemesis, of one kind or another. For myself, and likely a few others that call coastal British Columbia home, this nemesis is the Blacktail Deer
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 within three hours drive from the city of Mashhad. This area is world-famous amongst sheep hunters for producing some of the largest horns in the past 25 years.
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 the ram’s horn. There was Mr. Riahi, the head of the Iranian game department posing next to a giant Urial ram.
On this episode, Adam visits with Colton Bagnoli aka “Pap Winkle” on IG, which should tell you all you need to know about his tastes in whiskey. Colton is a writer for Western Hunter, experienced rifleman and lawman, custom gunsmith extraordinaire, and all-around great dude.
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, …