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You Drew a Tag, Now What?

You Drew a Tag, Now What?

Posted In: Prepare, Scouting, The Hunt

There comes a point in every man's life where he get what he wants. Years of waiting, months of unit research, weeks of changing your mind, and days waiting for the backdoor to open come down to this moment where you see that one little word "SUCCESS". But now what?...

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A New Approach to the Colorado Draw

A New Approach to the Colorado Draw

Posted In: The Draw

Last draw season, the Colorado Division of Wildlife "surprised" us with a new way of dealing with returned tags. Instead of the tags going unused, they decided to allow the tags to be picked up as leftovers. This means trophy tags, that normally take up to 20 years of diligent Preference Point...

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Thriving Above 12K

Thriving Above 12K

Posted In: The Hunt, The Reward

Seven years ago my mom fell 15 feet while working in the barn, breaking her pelvis, leg, and ankle in multiple locations. I would check in on her during her recovery and we would pass the time by watching hunting shows along with the entire Band of Brothers series. One day I was talking about...

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Staying Charged in the Backcountry

Staying Charged in the Backcountry

Posted In: Prepare, The Hunt

As smart phone hardware evolves and the era of the handheld GPS fizzles, being a backcountry hunter without access to a power outlet, you can find yourself still lugging around the old GPS. The fear of your phone dying is just too large an obstacle to overcome. Meanwhile the rest of the world has...

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Is Your Hunting Spot Burned?

Is Your Hunting Spot Burned?

Posted In: The Hunt

With Colorado Antelope Opener on Monday, you better be close to having everything you need for your 2016 Big Game Hunt. One thing you don’t want to forget, is to check any potential closures due to forest fires that can restrict or completely block your access this year. With large portions of...

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Get Trophy Tags as Leftovers in Colorado

Get Trophy Tags as Leftovers in Colorado

Posted In: The Draw, The Hunt

A new policy change has made units that normally take up to 20 or more preference points now available as leftover tags.  This will allow you to get some of the most coveted tags in Colorado without waiting a single year or losing a single preference point....

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Hunting Unit Boundary Changes in Wyoming

Hunting Unit Boundary Changes in Wyoming

Posted In: Scouting, The Hunt

It seems every year for the last 4 years, the Wyoming regulations are littered with new boundary changes, some major, removing entire Units and merging them to another. This year was no exception; however the changes were limited to Deer and only a handful of units.  See the map above, or the...

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Importing Hunting Data into Google Earth

Importing Hunting Data into Google Earth

Posted In: Scouting

We all know Google Earth is the number one scouting tool other than time on the ground, but did you know Google Earth can get even better? Google uses KML (KMZ is a zipped version) to allow users to bring more data and overlays into its interface. ...

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The Importance of Paper Maps in Hunting

The Importance of Paper Maps in Hunting

Posted In: Scouting, The Hunt

In a world of so much digital, going a bit analog may be the smartest thing you do to make yourself more successful hunting Big Game this fall.  Being the product that started this all, we wanted to get back to basics and make sure you still know the importance of Paper Maps in your hunting...

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So You Drew Your Big Game Tag - Now What?

So You Drew Your Big Game Tag - Now What?

Posted In: Scouting, The Hunt

Whether you’ve been saving for 20 years, or took a long shot on some good odds, drawing your Big Game Tag is kind of a big deal. Whether it’s tears of elation, or a righteous shout of ‘about damn time’. A lot of hunters can feel overwhelmed with finding big game in their...

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