Hopefully you’ve had an eventful fall, with memorable hunting adventures. And ideally, you’re coming off of hunting season in better shape than when you started!
Carrying an emergency kit is easy to dismiss. It’s the one thing you always carry and never use – until you need it. Here are a few tips for keeping it light.
Portable power systems have come a long ways in the past couple of years, which is great news for hunters and guides who travel to remote hunting destinations.
Skills behind the binoculars are critical for an effective mountain hunt. Here are four tips to help improve your glassing and to locate more game this season.
On a backcountry hunt, your appetite kicks into overdrive. Here are a few ideas to satisfy your hunger and gain calories quickly without overloading your pack.
Other than the rugged terrain that mountain goats inhabit, few hunters can tell you much about them. Here are 4 things you may not know about mountain goats.
If you are preparing for a combo hunt in B.C., or a hunt in any remote location, here are three critical things that you should look for in a sleeping bag.
A wilderness hunt in British Columbia can throw some harsh conditions at adventurous hunters. Consider these strategies to warm-up on a remote backcountry hunt.
Our hunting area is on British Columbia’s remote northern border. Hundreds of miles from anywhere, we have large numbers of trophy quality animals, like nowhere else in North America.