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Phelps Game Calls Joins MeatEater Family

Big Game

Phelps Game Calls Joins MeatEater Family

We are thrilled to announce—or bugle, if you will—that Phelps Game Calls has joined the family alongside MeatEater, First Lite, and FHF Gear. The Phelps team builds the hands-down best hunting calls on the market, and we’ve been talking to elk, turkeys, and ducks with their products for years. The...
MeatEater’s 14-Day Quarantine Guide

Big Game

MeatEater’s 14-Day Quarantine Guide

For most of us, it’s been a week or more in quarantine and we’re feeling worn down. Even though our new daily routines are becoming more normal by the hour, things still seem a little off. A distraction would be nice. Now is the perfect time to let those New Year’s resolutions kick in and say no to...
Hunting Scandal Assessment Chart: The Sleeping Lion Shooter

Big Game

Hunting Scandal Assessment Chart: The Sleeping Lion Shooter

Last month we introduced the official MeatEater Hunting Scandal Assessment Chart. We consider it our guide for separating the bullshit from actual hunter wrongdoing, and will bust it out every time a sportsman starts making headlines for the right or wrong reasons. Although the sleeping lion sounds...
Danny Rinella’s High Country Moose Hunting

Moose

Danny Rinella’s High Country Moose Hunting

Words by Danny Rinella Set up camp near a hill or knob that gives you good visibility over a huge area and plan to spend a lot of time up there glassing.  In the alpine country, it’s not unusual to spot moose several miles away.  Needless to say, good ‘nocs and spotting scope are a must. If you’re...
Mule Deer Glassing Tips by Steve Reid

Mule Deer

Mule Deer Glassing Tips by Steve Reid

Words by Steve Reid Spending time behind your optics can greatly increase your odds of harvesting a buck.  There are three main factors that I focus on to maximize my glassing efforts: good vantage points, good optics, and patience. Whether I’m hunting sage-covered hills or high alpine basins, I...