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Visual proof that I actually kill deer too, and not just my friends
Visual proof that I actually kill deer too, and not just my friends
Yet again, our buddy @izaakyoung took down an absolute swamp monster here in VT. Our state may not be known for huge whitetails, but Izaak sure is. Congrats on another huge buck with a ton of character bud!
Yet again, our buddy @izaakyoung took down an absolute swamp monster here in VT. Our state may not be known for huge whitetails, but Izaak sure is. Congrats on another huge buck with a ton of character bud!
Getting closer and closer to rifle season, and we're starting to see more activity on the trail cam!
Getting closer and closer to rifle season, and we're starting to see more activity on the trail cam!
Good looking national forest buck from unit L. Great pic from our buddy @izaakyoung
Good looking national forest buck from unit L. Great pic from our buddy @izaakyoung
Had a couple non-ungulate visitors to the trail cam yesterday. Can you spot the elusive feline in the second pic?
Had a couple non-ungulate visitors to the trail cam yesterday. Can you spot the elusive feline in the second pic?
This summer I had the good fortune of spending every waking moment in a place that few folks have ever experienced. The sage steppe of central Idaho can seem quiet, lifeless, mundane, and incredibly nondescript from the comfort of an air conditioned car flying down the highway. Things are different in the hills, though. The dawn chorus of songbirds intensifies as the sun breaks over the mountain to warm your face. The brush and grasses seem to glow. Deer, elk and bear slowly make their way across the hillsides, headed for the shade of thick aspens surrounding wandering creeks. High desert landscapes may seem nondescript to the uninitiated, but give them a chance and you may end up in some of the most beautiful places our country has to offer.
This summer I had the good fortune of spending every waking moment in a place that few folks have ever experienced. The sage steppe of central Idaho can seem quiet, lifeless, mundane, and incredibly nondescript from the comfort of an air conditioned car flying down the highway. Things are different in the hills, though. The dawn chorus of songbirds intensifies as the sun breaks over the mountain to warm your face. The brush and grasses seem to glow. Deer, elk and bear slowly make their way across the hillsides, headed for the shade of thick aspens surrounding wandering creeks. High desert landscapes may seem nondescript to the uninitiated, but give them a chance and you may end up in some of the most beautiful places our country has to offer.
It was a dream of mine for years to explore the Montana backcountry. I'd read the stories of tremendous adventures, seen the pictures of beautiful mountain landscapes, and conversed with folks who spoke of alpine lakes and dark forests as though they were good friends they hadn't seen in a while. This summer I had the good fortune of spending four days in the Treasure State's high country. The west never disappoints.
-Hunter
It was a dream of mine for years to explore the Montana backcountry. I'd read the stories of tremendous adventures, seen the pictures of beautiful mountain landscapes, and conversed with folks who spoke of alpine lakes and dark forests as though they were good friends they hadn't seen in a while. This summer I had the good fortune of spending four days in the Treasure State's high country. The west never disappoints. -Hunter
There's nothing like a native...
There's nothing like a native...
Brookie stream was all washed out today so I decided to pan for gold
Brookie stream was all washed out today so I decided to pan for gold
Something about these little guys..
Anyone else love brook trout as much as we do?
Something about these little guys.. Anyone else love brook trout as much as we do?
@boonercreekoutdoors and I had an early morning arrow-flinging session this morning, and it looks like we're in for short blood trails and full freezers. After a few days in Ohio checking trail cams and hanging stands, we'll be Kentucky bound for the archery opener. September 2nd can't come soon enough.
@boonercreekoutdoors and I had an early morning arrow-flinging session this morning, and it looks like we're in for short blood trails and full freezers. After a few days in Ohio checking trail cams and hanging stands, we'll be Kentucky bound for the archery opener. September 2nd can't come soon enough.
Hunting wild brookies on dries with @hayden_childs
Hunting wild brookies on dries with @hayden_childs
Brought my cousin out pike fishing for the first time today and stuck a few good ones
Brought my cousin out pike fishing for the first time today and stuck a few good ones
Hunter's cutthroat post earlier inspired me to go out and catch myself some lunch.. Native brookies with maple pepper and lemon 😋 Nothing better! -Ben
Hunter's cutthroat post earlier inspired me to go out and catch myself some lunch.. Native brookies with maple pepper and lemon 😋 Nothing better! -Ben
When your stay in the Montana backcountry lasts longer than the food in your pack, the mountains provide. -Hunter
When your stay in the Montana backcountry lasts longer than the food in your pack, the mountains provide. -Hunter
This guy got the best of me tonight. I got him to take my mickey Finn -twice- before realizing that my hook had actually broken off sometime prior. After the two missed takes he was spooked and the most I could do was take this video. I'll be back tomorrow morning to get my revenge! -Ben
This guy got the best of me tonight. I got him to take my mickey Finn -twice- before realizing that my hook had actually broken off sometime prior. After the two missed takes he was spooked and the most I could do was take this video. I'll be back tomorrow morning to get my revenge! -Ben
Releasing a nice brookie back into the Dead river in Northern Maine -Ben
Releasing a nice brookie back into the Dead river in Northern Maine -Ben
As the old adage goes, love what you do and you'll never work a day in your life. I stumbled upon this Indian Paintbrush lit up by the Idaho sunrise while point counting birds. -Hunter
As the old adage goes, love what you do and you'll never work a day in your life. I stumbled upon this Indian Paintbrush lit up by the Idaho sunrise while point counting birds. -Hunter