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Tag: Montana hunting

Montana Bow Hunter Puts on Pronghorn Stalking Clinic [Video]

Pronghorn, aka, the speed goat.  These Pleistocene throwbacks are among the world’s toughest game animals to hunt.  With eight-power eyesight and a 60 mph top-speed, many hunters count themselves lucky if they can get a 400 yard rifle shot.  Bow Read More

LocaCarnivore Test and Review: PPU .300 Winchester Magnum 180 Grain Soft-Point

Prvi Partizan is a Serbian munitions maker established in 1928. Sold in the United States under the PPU brand, their ammunition is among the lowest priced available. With its no frills packaging and understated marketing, many American shooters believe it Read More

The Best Rifle and Caliber for Hunting in Montana

Montana, “The Last Best Place,” as termed by artist Charlie Russell, is the fourth largest state. It is home to many different game species: elk, moose, bison, black bear, pronghorn antelope, mountain lion, wolf, big horn sheep, mountain goat, upland Read More

Montana’s Best Kept Secret Places for Elk and Deer

The Last Best Place, Montana.  Known for abundant big game herds, Big Sky Country attracts hunters from around the world.  If you’re planning a Montana elk or deer hunt, where should you go?  This great article from Petersen’s Hunting magazine Read More

Best Guns and Loads for Montana Upland Bird Hunting

Montana.  The Last Best Place, as famed artist Charlie Russell called it, is great if you hunt upland birds (pheasant, grouse, turkey, etc.).  Always a land with sharp contrasts, Montana challenges the wing-shooter like few other places. The biggest challenge Read More

I Went Bear Hunting and All I Got Was a Picture of Poop

WARNING: No bears were harmed in the making of this spring bear season. Spring bear season.  It’s what you do after you’ve recovered from general deer/elk season and are looking at your freezer with regret from eating all the venison Read More

Use Enough Gun: Why You Should Bring a Big-Bore to a Bear Hunt

One early May morning, something caught my eye on a logging road five hundred yards across a drainage as I hunted bear on a ridge complex not far from home. A quick look through the binoculars revealed an immense cinnamon Read More

Are You a LocaCarnivore?

What is a LocaCarnivore? In its simplest form, locacarnivores are hunters who rely on their immediate geographical area for game meat.  While horse-packing a week into the backcountry, setting up camp, and hunting for days on end is a time Read More

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