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Upland hunters are an interesting bunch. We pay close attention to the whisper numbers for game bird counts, and often plan our days afield based on how many roosters are supposed to be on the landscape. During the last decade, those numbers have crept north almost across the board, but that doesn’t keep folks from longing for the “good ol’ days” of upland hunting.
Admittedly, we aren’t back to the boom years of the ‘90s, but is it as doomy and...
Saskatchewan conservation officers received a puzzling call from a local hunter this fall. They said two bucks had managed to lock up their antlers during a peak-rut fight. As rare as this occurrence may be, it’s even more bizarre that this entanglement occurred between a whitetail and a mule deer.
One officer was able to get close enough to the scuffle to saw off a portion of antler, freeing the two deer from each other. While the mule deer...
There’s a difference between book smart and bar smart. You may not be book smart, but this series can make you seem educated and interesting from a barstool. So, belly up, mix yourself a glass of LMNT Recharge, and take notes as we look at how you could literally get away with murder in Yellowstone. Powered by LMNT.
Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872, about two decades before Wyoming, Montana, or Idaho gained statehood. Thanks to...