This week on Cutting the Distance, Remi guides us through part two of his series for achieving success when the bulls won't talk.
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Whenever I’m hunting out of state, I make sure to have a copy of the regulations on hand. These booklets make for good reading when the hunting is slow, but more importantly they’ll keep you on the right side of the law. Although most of the hunting laws around the country are crafted to ensure a safe hunting experience and sustainable wildlife resources, some simply defy reason.
We covered three of the worst hunting laws in America in Part One...
Backcountry hunters often say that the real work begins after you’ve killed an animal.That’s certainly true. In places where you can’t get a vehicle near your kill, and you don’t have access to pack animals, it’s necessary to break down the animal and move it on your back.
Before you even begin field butchering your kill, be aware that every state has some version of wanton waste laws regarding what parts of an animal must be removed from the...
This is Part Two of a two-part series on the 1971 murder of Warden Neil LaFave. Part One covers how Brian Hussong decapitated LaFave and the historic investigation for his murder weapon. Part Two covers Hussong’s daring escape from prison and his 12 weeks spent hiding in the forest.
Wisconsin conservation warden Dale Morey slept with his loaded .38-caliber handgun beneath his pillow for three and a half months after the killer he helped convict...