Wyoming Pronghorn With Luke Combs
Country music star Luke Combs joins Steve for his first-ever western big game hunt.
A highly functional hybrid pant with DWR-treated stretch nylon, a waterproof membrane in the seat and knees, low-profile removable knee pads and side ventilation zippers.
It’s warm but breathable, and it’s very quiet. A versatile do-it-all hunting jacket.
Whether you're scouting before the season or find yourself in an early season heat wave, the Wick Short Sleeve Crew will keep you dry and comfortable.
Whether you're in the stand, at work or enjoying a coldy on the deck, the First Lite Trucker Hat is where it's at.
A versatile grid-fleece mid-layer for any hunt.
A lightweight packable insulating later, as outer layer during milder temps, and comfy for around camp.
Takes you anywhere you need to go.
An ultralight backpack using no ultralight materials, it is capable of 150 pound plus loads and expandable to 6,000 plus cubic inches. The Solo weighs 4 lb 9 oz. on Medium Xcurve. Inspired by solo sheep hunts in Alaska, the Stone Glacier Solo makes an ideal minimalist backcountry multi-day backpack. A 3,600 cubic inch bag fits all your ultralight 4-season gear and a week of food. For longer trips, expand the bag from the frame and add 2,500+ cubic inches of storage for your food in the load shelf.
Steve and the MeatEater Crew designed this rifle in partnership with Weatherby to create one of the best hunting guns on the market.
The Accumark features a fluted #3 contour barrel, and hand-laid fiberglass stock with aluminum bedding blocks.
This is by far our favorite bipod out there. Light, easy to use, and quick to connect, this is the perfect bipod for backcountry hunting.
Enter the Razor UHD. The Ultra High Definition optical design features an improved optical prescription and unparalleled image resolution.
A high-end spotter without the high-end price tag. An HD optical system with incredible optical performance brings even the finest details at a distance in for a closer look.
Objective Lens Diameter: 42 mm
Eye Relief: 3.8 inches
Field of View: 35.3-7.0 ft/100 yds
Tube Size: 30 mm
Elevation Turret Style: Locking/Zero Stop
Windage Turret Style: Capped
Adjustment Graduation: .25 MOA
Travel Per Rotation: 15 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment: 80 MOA
Max Windage Adjustment: 80 MOA
Parallax Setting: 20 yards to infinity
Length: 13.3 inches
Weight: 19.1 oz
The angle compensated laser rangefinder features four targeting modes (Normal Mode, First Mode, Last Mode and Extended Laser Range Mode) for any ranging environment. The primary HCD (Horizontal Component Distance) range mode provides key angle compensated range information required by the vast majority of shooters in a simple, quick to read display. The Razor HD 4000 also has a LOS (Line of Sight) range mode and scan feature.
Made with high-quality, durable Cordura, the FHF Gear Bino Harness is designed to be quiet, lightweight, low profile, modular, and easily operated with one hand.
Designed to keep your phone at the ready for navigation, photos, or communication.
This awesome piece of gear comes in two sizes that will accommodate nearly any rangefinder and perfectly attach to your FHF Bino Harness.
Custom designed coiled gear lanyard made specifically for rangefinders, GPS units, and other essential outdoor equipment.
Designed to easily slip over any existing FHF harness.
Long favored by Steven Rinella as the best all-around and most durable tripod.
Possibly the most versatile insulated boot in mountain hunting. 9in height, 200G insulation, 100% Waterproof Sympatex Membrane.
The Argali Large Game M.O.B. (Meat On Bone) Pack is an ultralight and compact set of game bags designed for packing out elk quarters with meat on the bone.
A premium hunt fixed-blade designed for big game hunters around the globe.
A hybrid hunting fixed blade with a fine, smooth edge to trim, debone, or slice your preferred cuts of meat. Makes just as much sense in the back of your truck as it does in the kitchen drawer.
Ep. 245: Luke Combs on the B-Side of Hunting
Steven Rinella talks with Luke Combs, Reid Isbell, Dan Isbell, Luke Thorkildsen, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: being on the tour bus; the Fatvian Seagulls; organic vs. assembly line song writing; ten cents per song on one of the best selling albums of all time; on being a lunch pail song writer; where country music and the outdoors intersect; on maintaining country music street cred in the outdoors; dudes that are actually like the dudes...
The Guns of MeatEater Season 10
The first installment of MeatEater’s Season 10 took us through a wide variety of American landscapes and situations, from chasing squirrels in Arkansas on horseback to stalking goats across icy Rocky Mountain cliff faces. We always get a lot of questions about how we select firearms for the hunts, so we decided to pull together some notes on what rigs we use and why. We hope this answers all your pressing Season 10 gun choice inquiries...