Trade show season is here and we look forward to seeing many of you this winter at the Dallas Safari Club and Sheep Show. See you soon in Dallas and Reno.
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.
Moose behavior changes drastically between August and September. And while the rut gets most of the attention, both ends of the season have distinct advantages.
When the hunt is over, your gear may be wet and muddy. When you’ve invested in quality gear, it’s important to take care of it. Here are a few gear care tips.
Instead of packing heavy spare batteries, backcountry hunters can power everything from GPS to headlamps using a lightweight solar kit. Here are a few tips.
Northern BC offers unique hunts in some of the most remote, scenic and wild country in North America. Here are a few things to know about hunting here.
You’ve been training all year for your wilderness hunt, and now it’s time. Here are six tips to stay strong and manage your body throughout a challenging hunt.
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.
Sheep and goat country is notoriously steep and the terrain will challenge most hunters. Here are a few tips to manage the vertical challenge on these hunts.
Mountain goats are a unique animal with a special allure for mountain hunters. As you prepare for a mountain goat hunt, here are a few things to consider.
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.