Cannibalism, Op-ed By Editor In Chief Adam Janke

As hunters we face a brave new world each and every year as we ward off various threats to our lifestyle and the wildlife we love to pursue. Habitat loss due to urban sprawl and

The Thunder Rolls – David Marsh’s Stance on Wolves

Out of sight we belly crawled to the top of a four foot snow drift. There, ranged at 200 yards, lay a pack of seven wolves curled up in the snow. We had already eased

Science Behind Keeping Records, By Justin Sprigg

www.boone-crockett.org Boone and Crockett Club’s records-keeping system dates back to 1949 when a Boone and Crockett Club committee was tasked with developing a scoring method to rank North American trophies. Prior to that, trophies were

An Interview with Peter Muennich, President and Founder of The Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance

www.goatalliance.org The mountain hunting is community is dominated by the wild sheep of the world. Hunters travel the globe in search of mature rams, spending exorbitant sums to chase these monarchs of the mountains and

Plan Like a Pro – An Excerpt From Larry Bartlett’s Upcoming Book Float Draggin’ Alaska

www.pristineventures.com My reputation as a Hunt Planner depends on my ability to plan like a professional, since each season many groups entrust me to remove the burden and unknowns of reaching Alaska and securing a

The Farmer’s Carry – King Of Weighted Carries

The farmer’s carry is a missing ingredient in many individual’s strength programs. The utter simplicity of walking with heavy weight and perfect posture can have profound effects on building muscle and solidifying a bullet proof

Backcountry Worthy Snowshoes

There are few pieces of equipment as intertwined with the history of Northern wilderness adventure and travel as the snowshoe. For centuries they have allowed humans to travel through winter conditions that would otherwise have

The Serengeti Of The North – Alan Dabb’s Spatsizi Safari

As I write this I sit before a breathtaking panorama, shades of red and gold, dotted with splotches of dark green where spruce and subalpine fir have disrupted the cover of willows and swamp birch

Three Hours in Spatsizi – A Hunter’s First Moose. Colin G.’s Spatsizi Plateau Wildnerness Hunt

Note: Colin is an Assistant Editor of The Journal of Mountain Hunting What struck me most the first morning of our Spatsizi fly-in hunt this September was the feeling of solitude. That and it was

An Interview with Jason Hairston

We live in an era of incredible change. What’s new becomes obsolete so quickly it can be near impossible to stay current with the most recent developments in a given product category or industry. The