My buddy and I have some young dogs and looking for some prairie birds to chase. Wondering what luck any has had in western ND (little Missouri grassland) or if it isn't worth the trip. If you have another suggestion like eastern Montana or South Dakota that would be great, thanks
I am new to muzzleloading as well as western hunting. I currently have a thompson impact. I have a small understanding that certain kinds of muzzleloaders are not allowed in certain states. I was wondering if anyone could elaborate on that.
Also if there are any suggestions for...
I recently acquired my Grandpa's 6x6 elk antlers. When i asked where he shot it my dad was not sure but thought it was the "click" ranch in the Gallatin Valley. Has anybody heard of this or knows if they still exist. I may have the name or spelling wrong. Thank you for any info
Got ours, region C, nervous and excited
So follow up question and may seem dumb but what do you do to ID sex, is it as simple as antlers, I'm used to leaving a wing and a leg on but don't think that is aplicable in this situation
Thanks for all the help
i know that there is a the waste and want law in wyoming, what can be left behind, if we take the 4 quarters and the top line and part of the neck, or do we need to pull all of the rib meat out as well?
any suggestions on a pack, i know i can spend a ton of money but is i possible to stay...
Hey all, new to the forum, I am an avid upland bird hunter here in MN with aspirations to do more out west. I do my yearly rifle deer hunt in MN and WI and getting into muzzleloading. I listen to the podcast and love it. hope to gain a bunch of knowledge here
Hello all, i am new to the forum and new to western hunting. My Dad, Brother and I are planning our first hunting trip, we have put in for Wyoming rifle mule deer. we have deer hunted in WI our entire lives. We are planning on basing out of a camper somewhere on BLM land. I am curious on...