Volume 29 Issue 3What's in this issue...
Volume 29 Issue 3
In This Issue:
- Caribou Mountain Outfitters – Black Bear Hunt
- Hunting Turkeys with Kettle River Guides
- Winter Moose Hunt with Corkscrew Creek
- Sheep Hunt with Pelly Lake Outfitters
- Conservation Matters featuring Shane Mahoney
- Artist Feature on Tim Foster
- Camp Biscuits recipe
- and more…
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Merriam’s of the Christian Valley
By Tony Hudak
“You could get all of the slams,” Venesky said to me. “You only need four more birds, two in Canada and two in Mexico to complete it all. You should go for it.” Those words had continued to ring in my head and before we landed in Seattle I had already made up my mind. I was going to pursue the remaining birds, which meant a couple of hunts in both Canada and Mexico were about to be planned.
Sheep Dreams are Made of These
By Dale Greenough
I have been very fortunate to have hunted in a many various places. This past fall I got to spend some time with a young man I wish everyone who is thinking about hunting in northern British Columbia would be able to meet to see what a real hunting guide should be! He not only has the best set of eyes I’ve ever seen, but he cares. Not only cares about the client, but his team, his horses and – most of all – the big game he pursues!
A Caribou Mountain Dream Come True
By Kelli Maxwell
A few hours later, Mikayla and I met back up with John at the convention and he was thrilled to announce, “Hey, I got you something!” I started looking for a package, but his hands were empty, and my curiosity was rising. He guided me over to a vendor booth and introduced me to two very nice outfitters from an Alaskan bear hunting company. “Honey, I bought you a bear hunt!”.