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“There’s one 12-pounder that hangs around that rusted piling, and another 8-pounder just past it; maybe more down the beach.” Mike said, dropping me off on the narrow sliver of land outside the harbor. “They’ll be along the dropoff, in about two feet of water. I’ll pick you up on the far end after we drift the coral bar.”
Calling it an island is exaggeration. It’s really more of a spit: a collection of fractured coral, sand trash and naupaka...
Last fall, a Pennsylvania bowhunter shot a large whitetail buck that was later verified as the new archery hunting state record by the Pennsylvania Fish and Game Commission. The buck is a true trophy, especially considering it was taken on public land in a state with intense hunting pressure. The only problem is the dead buck was not found until 41 days after being shot, well after the close of archery season. The carcass had been picked clean by...
On this hunt, Steve and Remi Warren travel to Alaska’s Afognak Island for a chance to hunt the largest Roosevelt elk in the world. It’s a hunt so challenging Remi swore he’d never return after his first trip to Afognak, but he’s back to help Steve find a bull. Here, they’re met with giant brown bears, relentless rain and fog, and steep, brush-choked mountains. After securing a meal of fresh silver salmon, the two hunters embrace the challenge and...