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By Mark Kenyon
Our #WiredToHuntWeekly videos are back and we’re kicking things off this season with a look at my first whitetail hunt of 2017 – a public land DIY adventure in Montana. Take a look below and be sure to subscribe to the Wired To Hunt Youtube channel for future videos!
When the average guy or girl thinks about whitetail hunting, it’s likely that visions of tower blinds, green food plots, and piles of corn come to mind. And, of course, whitetail hunting does sometimes seem to look this way – especially if you take what you see on TV as representative of the community as a whole. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Some hunters in whitetail country crave something different. And while it’s usually assumed that a...
By Mark Kenyon
I woke up, hopped out of the camper and into my truck, and pulled out of the airport parking lot. My Alaskan adventure was now behind me and ahead were Montana whitetails. Five hours later I pulled off the side of a dusty washboarded road and set up camp for the next six days. It was time to find some bucks and my stoke level was high.
Because of my last-minute invite to hunt caribou in Alaska, what was once going to be a two week...