Lowest Harvest Rate of Yearling Bucks Ever in the U.S.
2012-2013 was the year that had the Lowest Harvest Rate of Yearling Bucks Ever
People like to shoot big bucks, but it’s really only been until recently that many hunters have started passing up any sort of antler and waiting for a bigger one. Luckily for those of us who like to let the little ones grow, more people are doing so. Continue Reading →
The young moose in this video somehow made it up on top of this outdoor parking garage and couldn’t make it back down the stairs. The moose panicked and eventually attempted to jump over a railing, which it did and fell 26 feet to the ground. Continue Reading →
It’s about that time. The time of year when you can’t stand to be inside any more and need to get outside and do something. I know most hunters and outdoorsman have the itch and the shed season for white tails and elk is underway. Continue Reading →
Hunters in Virginia will soon be able to hunt on Sundays
The Virginia House of Delegates passed a bill on January 28th that will allow hunting on Sundays in the state of Virginia. Previously, hunting was banned on Sundays and is in several states in the Eastern U.S. Continue Reading →
New World Record Bull Moose Announced by Boone & Crockett Club
A new world record bull moose was announced by the Boone and Crockett Club
The Alaskan-Yukon Moose killed in October by Heinz Naef of Dawson City, Yukon is the newest world record bull moose. With a score of 263 5/8 inches, the huge rack surpassed the previous world record bull that was killed in 1994 in Alaska and had a score of 261 5/8 inches. Continue Reading →
Jamie Halpin shot these two bucks in late November 2013 at the Barrett Ranch in Marble Falls, Texas.
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