A Tag Unfilled – An Expedition Unspoiled, By Bryan Judge

Before the hunt even began I “knew” how it was going to end. Harvesting a Dall sheep in three days, tops. Relaxing by a fire, salivating over fresh sheep chops that dripped fat onto sunset

King Of The Crags, By James Dorrett

JAMES’ BC BILLY OFFICIALLY TIED FOR 2ND ALL TIME POPE AND YOUNG Shards of ice began to rain from above, followed by thunder. Within seconds my heart sank as I watched rocks tumble downward across

Building Bombproof Knees, By Bryce Tang, Physiotherapist

The knee is the largest joint in the body and acts as the link between the upper and lower leg enabling you to transfer power from the big powerful muscles in the hips and butt,

An Interview with Eric Frohardt, CEO of Strong First

www.strongfirst.com The fitness world is rife with fads, lousy advice and near useless products that profess to achieve maximum results with minimal time and effort. In the vast majority of cases the person, product or

Condition of Wild Life in Alaska – From Boone and Crockett Club’s “Hunting at High Altitudes”

www.historyofhunting.com The opening of the twentieth century found the game in the old territories of the United States well on the road toward the conditions that precede extinction. The bison had been practically gone for

Training With Purpose

In today’s age we have no shortage of options. At the click of a button or the flick of a thumb we can browse a near endless array of sources and information on any given

Zen, Flow And Why We Hunt

Allow me to paint a picture for you. After a twenty plus hour drive followed by a long jetboat ride into some of the most remote country in Northern BC we were exhausted. We arrived

Sheep Fever Part 1, By Frans Diepstraten

This story was written a few years after my first two seasons of sheep hunting. It reflects the knowledge and experience I had at the time. I don’t adhere anymore to everything that I wrote

Sheep Fever Part 2, By Frans Diepstraten

Continued from Sheep Fever Part 1… Ken and I spent several lunches discussing good areas. Spots that looked good to me on the map would be dismissed with a single observation from Ken: “Too many

Bulletproofing Your Feet

They are without question the most complex piece of “equipment” you own and arguably the most important if you’re an avid mountain hunter. Each foot has 26 bones, 33 joints and over 100 hundred ligaments,