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Appalachian Whitetail Hunting Part 2: Tactics For Taking a Mountain Monster, By Beau Martonik

As I sit here sipping on a hot cup of coffee, I am reflecting back on what has been the most memorable Appalachian whitetail bowhunting season to date. Every year, us whitetail hunters can’t wait

Appalachian Whitetail Hunting, By Beau Martonik

Growing up in the Appalachian range of Pennsylvania, I’ve chased whitetail deer, turkeys, bears, and coyotes my entire life. I never realized how lucky I was to live in the only National Forest in the

An Inch is a Mile, By Jake Latendresse

All Photos Credit Latendresse Media On the morning of August 8, 2017, we were wrapping up a Stone sheep hunt in Northern British Columbia. This was one of the most beautiful and classic wild sheep

Bucket List – Ibex, By Bryan Martin

Ibex are a type of a goat or Capra (scientific name) and are native to parts of Europe, central Asia and southern Russia. The average ibex hunt is similar in price to that of a

El Macho de Maestrazgo – A Spanish Beceite Ibex Hunt, By Alexander Sharif

For all North American mountain hunters, December marks the beginning of the arduous “blues” season that seems to take forever–lasting until late July–whence the new sheep/goat seasons open in northern climates. However, this is not

Pelly Mountains: Yukon Territory, By Nolan Osborne

There are few destinations still left on this earth that, upon hearing its name, will send any avid mountain hunter into daydreams of wild adventure in untouched country. For most of recorded history The Yukon

Kyrgyzstan Mid-Asian IbexBy Bryan Martin

Kyrgyzstan Overview Located at the heart of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan’s total area of 76,640 sq. miles is about the size of Nebraska, and borders with Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and China. The country is almost completely

A Conservation Story Par Excellence (and True), By Alexander Sharif

Editor’s Note: We’d like to thank our friends at the Wild Sheep Foundation for allowing us to re-publish this excellent piece from Alexander Sharif, found originally in the Summer 2016 issue of Wild Sheep Magazine.

North Slope AK Caribou DIY Tips By Ryan Clairmont

Alaska holds an abundance of opportunity for the big game hunter. It’s a state many hunters dream of hunting at least once in their lifetimes. But where does a person even start? Alaska is such

Kyrgyzstan: Billies in the Crags, By Peter Hunt

One of the things I love most about hunting is travelling to places and seeing things that most people never will. Whether it’s the mountains and valleys of the backcountry of North America, or the