How To Glass Big Game

JayHunting

Glassing Big Game

I just finished a Google Search: “How to Glass for Big Game”. Maybe you’ve done similar. Mostly I was curious what the results would look like, as this is something I think about each time I sit down on a rock and pry open the legs of my tripod to settle in behind the glass. There’s no shortage of strategies, … Read More

Hunting Boots

JayGear

boots

When I started getting into hunting seriously, or what I thought was seriously in 2006, I drove myself to the local Sportsman’s [Out]house and chose a pair of mid-calf high huntin’ boots. My selection criteria: they were camouflage. Not only were they Mossy Oak, they also had a thick layer of Thinsulate insulation. Not exactly the best choice for hunting … Read More

A Rut Story 4.5 billion years in the making

JayHunting

mule deer

This is the incredible story about how two enormous rocks colliding some 4.5 billion years ago created the moon, the tides, and the timing of the breeding season for the animals we love to hunt. Not long after (not long in geologic time, that is) the Earth coalesced in its orbit around the sun, it was hit by another orbiting … Read More

Hot Italian Bear Zuppa Toscana – Crockpot

Melissa TalboomRecipes

The Mountain Project

This soup is perfect in every way. It is easy in the crockpot, makes your house smell delicious, and hits every comfort food craving. It is a wild game spin on an Olive Garden classic. Hot Italian Bear Zuppa Toscana – Crockpot Serves: 6      Cooking Time: 4-8 hours Ingredients 1 lb. Hot Italian Bear Sausage (can sub regular ground meat … Read More

This Canvas Tent

Cole TalboomCamping, Culture

This Canvas Tent

  All I need can be found in this canvas tent. It has every basic necessity that I need to survive, coupled with a few somewhat modern conveniences. I have far too many worldly possessions and I am aware of that. It is something that I am working on, getting rid of the stuff in my life that holds no … Read More

Would They Be Disappointed?

Cole TalboomCulture

arrowhead

While aimlessly wandering the juniper flats of Northern Arizona in search of shed elk antlers every spring, I often stumble across arrowheads abandoned in the shifting soils. It seems that I find one every time I head out. These lost relics appear with the spring erosion of melting snow, begging for their story to be revived by elicit day dreaming. … Read More