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Wisconsin Turkey Tales by Edward Gramza IV

Spring turkey hunting is something that most Midwestern hunters look forward to each year. It gives us a chance to head into the field during after a long winter to chase the only game that is open. It also provides for some of the most exciting hunting you can have short of heading out West to chase some of the big game species. Don't get me wrong, deer hunting is exciting but there is something about chas ...

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My Hunting Bucket List

I have been toying with the idea of creating my own bucket list for hunts and trips that I want to complete in the next 10 years. I have a wide selection of hunts that I would really like to do across the world and places that I would like to travel and see before I get to old to really enjoy them physically. I wish I had the foresight to have completed a list like this when I was 20 years old but you cant ...

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I Like Anti-Poaching Solutions by Conrad Evarts

  There’s big money in problems. This is what corrupts so many non-profits and NGOs. When there is money in the solution, the solution is found. When there is money in the problem, the problem persists. This is why hunting as conservation works. The money is in conserving the habitat and the wildlife.   We have an opportunity to create a documentary here profiling just such a success story. “Anti-Poach ...

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Why I Hunt by Kara Jo Webster

I've been given the daunting task of answering the question, "Why do I hunt"?  This is a question not easily summarized as there are MANY reasons why I hunt. I grew up in a household where when you put in for a license of any sort, it's not just to go "shoot something". A tag, in our household, equaled meals for the next few months and having respect for the animal in which we harvested.  The inevitable hun ...

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Nevada Grassie, Artist

Nevada Grassie is an artist and his work is some of the most exceptional hunting art that I have had the opportunity to witness.  Nevada Grassie is a carver and he likes to carve intricate details into the skulls of animals as his specialty and he is exceptional at it.  Nevada and I got the chance to connect about 2 years ago online and I have been a fan of his work ever since. Nevada is a husband, father, ...

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Playing the Western Point Game by Edward Gramza IV

As hunters, we all dream about that next epic adventure in the backcountry chasing trophy animals. However, actually landing the tag can be difficult and take many years. Each spring we play "the game" to get our name in the hat with tens of thousands of other hunters hoping to get drawn for a specific tag. For most of us, the odds are very slim but that doesn't mean you should give up. There are very feasi ...

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Rebecca Francis Hunting Life Interview

From the time Rebecca could walk, she grew up looking forward to heading to the mountains with her dad and brothers for hunting season.   She faithfully followed them into the mountains every year. Her love for hunting was deeply ingrained in her life.   She was fortunate to marry a man who fully supported her desire to hunt.   Rebecca and Lee Francis have been married for 19 years. She is a mother to three ...

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Questions with Fred Eichler

[caption id="attachment_23598" align="alignleft" width="350"] Fred Eichler, Host of Predator Nation[/caption] Fred Eichler’s passion for bowhunting has led him all over the world. Fred truly believes that any animal with a bow is a trophy. Fred’s quest to complete the North American Super Slam® with a recurve bow reflects that state of mind. In mid-August of 2009 Fred harvested a cow Tule Elk to become the ...

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Ivan Carter talks Hunting and Conservation

"The first time I had the opportunity to watch Ivan Carter hunting it was on the DVD set Boddington on Elephant.  Unfortunately I made the mistake of loaning out that DVD but I watched it for several years.  I had the opportunity to ask Ivan one time about the video series.  In almost every circumstance Ivan places his hand on the back of the hunters when they are hunting elephant.  I asked him whether that ...

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H.O.P.E. Securing a Future for Elephants by Catherine E. Semcer

  Sighting elephants is one of the more memorable moments of any African safari, especially if you are privileged enough to be hunting them. The largest land mammals on earth, African elephants have helped to shape the continent of which they are a part, working as both habitat engineers and economic drivers. By some estimates, each elephant is worth as much as $1.6 million to African nations if scient ...

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