Volume 30 Issue 1What's in this issue...
Volume 30 Issue 1
In This Issue:
- Terminus Mountain Outfitters – Moose Hunt
- Hunting Cougar with Okanagan Outfitters
- Mountain Goat Hunt with Lonesome Mtn Outfitters
- Big Black Bear Hunt with Inzana Outfitters
- Conservation Matters featuring Shane Mahoney
- Field School with UNBC Students
- Parmesan Steaks recipe
- and more…
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Bow and Black Powder
By George Lawrence
The weather was perfect when I arrived at Inzana Outfitters with my wife and two of my business partners. This hunt was special to me; to be back hunting with Paul and Marilyn Trepus and to have my wife Kelly with me. Paul and Marilyn have a wonderful lodge and guest cabins on their private ranch, located at the southern end of their huge guide area north of Fort St James, British Columbia.
One More Look
By Dave Willette
Mountain goat hunting is a lot like walking into an outhouse – don’t look down or you might get sick. Those words were actually said on a recent Stone’s sheep/bear hunt with Lonesome Mountain Outfitters of Smithers, British Columbia. This was my second combo hunt with Michael Young, owner of LMO. The previous hunt, two years earlier, had resulted in a nice bear, but no sheep, which had been the primary animal on both hunts.
Third Time’s the Charm
By David McNeill
Ever since my first trip to northern British Columbia, I have been fascinated by the dark colored Canadian moose that inhabit that beautiful landscape. My first hunting trip for these mighty creatures came in early September of 2009, which proved to be too early for the rut. Many miles by horseback and foot were logged, plus many long hours behind the glasses.