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Experience Colorado’s Flattop Wilderness

By Collin Dalley Meeker, Colorado is well known for its beautiful scenery, large populations of elk and excellent trout fishing. Adams Lodge Outfitters operates in the Flattop Wilderness area of the White River Forest in northwest Colorado and offers some of the most breathtaking scenery surrounded by mountains, wildlife and exceptional fishing and hunting.

Rediscover Montana with Kootenai River Outfitters

By Collin Dalley Rediscover Montana” was a phrase I heard more than once on our trip with Kootenai River Outfitters. We quickly came to understand the full meaning of that phrase after the first day. 

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The Kenai On A Budget

By Michael Deming The dream of hooking onto one of those 50 plus pound king salmon on the Kenai River is often just that, “A Dream”. Not because it isn’t possible, but because it is out of our price range.

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Glacier Bay Eagles Nest Lodge

By Kent Danjanovich Senior Editor Alaska is well known for having quite possibly the best fishing on earth. From its untapped rivers, countless wild streams, spectacular mountain lakes and pristine ocean waters, there is simply no better place on earth to wet a line

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The Whitetail Shangri-La

By Josh Harris Whitetail deer is on the agenda in the near future. What do you do now? Where are you going to hunt? Which outfitter do you hunt with? How are you going to acquire the tag? Which tag with which weapon are you going to choose? Are you going to apply individually or [...]

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What To Look For In A Precision Rifle

28 May 2015

By Shane Adair I hope to address some of the components that are necessary to have a great shooting rifle. It’s hard to always know what you are missing out on until you try something different.

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PacWest Outdoors: Kayaks and Crankbaits in Bull Trout Country

28 May 2015

By Gary Lewis “You are in bull trout country.” It is the first sign you see at Laurance Lake on the east slope of Mount Hood. We passed it again as we started across the dam, up the Laurance Lake Loop Trail.

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Fishful Thinker: SONAR

28 May 2015

If you could have one super-power that could improve your angling, what would it be? How about some crazy Aquaman communication thing whereby you could just speak directly with the fish?

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Pro’s Tips: Making the Most of Your Premium Tag

28 May 2015

By Michael Deming As you sit at your computer hitting the refresh button and just hoping that the state will post the results of this years’ drawing just a few minutes early, the anticipation is killing you.

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Adventures On A Budget: Morel Mushrooms

28 May 2015

By Tom Claycomb III After being holed up all winter, I love spring. Sure, there’s winter activities and I do all that, but after a long cold winter, spring is sweet.

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Beretta’s A300 Outlander

28 May 2015

 By Andy Lightbody In addition to being a career Outdoor Journalist with over 40-years of poverty-driven writing, editing and broadcast experience, I also do a lot of off-road/SUV and vehicle writings.

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Father’s Day Gift Guide

28 May 2015

Each year, the Sportsman’s News team tests out hundreds of items. These are a few of the items we have tested, and would be quite happy to receive as Father’s Day gifts. All of them are available at your local Sportsman’s Warehouse.

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June’s Words From The Publisher

28 May 2015

By Michael Deming It is hard to believe that we are already half way through 2015. The only good thing about that is the ‘do nothing’ dead time of year is behind us.

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A True Sportsman’s Paradise in Northern Utah

28 May 2015

By Michael Deming Each and every spring, my daughter’s start asking the question, ”when are we going to Paradise?” Paradise, Utah which is just a few miles west of Logan, Utah is the place to which they are referring.

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Watch Out for Ticks

27 May 2015

Now is a good time to share information about staying protected from ticks in the months ahead. Lyme disease has now become one of the fastest growing epidemics to date. The CDC estimates the number of cases in the US to be about 300,000 cases a year. Here are a few good things to know in [...]

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Video Product Review: Leupold Mark AR MOD-1 Scope

26 May 2015

The engineering that hunters have come to love in the VX- 1 through VX-6 scopes from Leupold has now been brought to the modern sporting rifle.

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Freedom Is Not Free

22 May 2015

According to the Department of Defense, there are approximately 145,000 American forces currently deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq. Across the globe, 1.4 million American troops are on the Defense Department payroll and another 47,000 in the Department of Homeland Security for the U.S. Coast Guard. During our nation’s history, we have lost 1,529,230 soldiers, sailors, [...]

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A Black Lab

21 May 2015

They told me the big black Lab’s name was Reggie, as I looked at him lying in his pen. The shelter was clean, no-kill, and the people really friendly. I’d only been in the area for six months, but everywhere I went in the small college town, people were welcoming and open. Everyone waves when you pass [...]

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Video Product Review: Camp Chef Stryker Backpacking Stoves

20 May 2015

Camp Chef has been bringing high quality outdoor gear to market for 25 years. Regardless of whether you are cooking for a group of a 100 in your back yard, tailgating, or just a family camping trip, Camp Chef has everything you need to make your cooking experience the best possible.

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Sportsmen Take a Stand

12 May 2015

The Sage-grouse bill before Congress, which you helped pass through the House Armed Service Committee on April 29th, will be voted on this week by the entire House of Representatives. This vote will protect state-management of wildlife in 11 Western states for the next decade. Please send a message to Congress today by clicking here. [...]

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Video Product Review: Nikon Prostaff 7i Rangefinder

12 May 2015

Precision measuring devices are nothing new to the Nikon brand. Their survey equipment is the very best in the business and is a standard for all others to follow.

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Halibut By-Catch

09 May 2015

Charters Asked to Weigh-In on Halibut Bycatch Reduction Letters are urgently needed to support halibut bycatch reductions in the Bering Sea. “The Bering Sea is the halibut nursery that feeds the other areas including ours. Trawlers are killing a million baby halibut a year in area 4 and that is a million less that might [...]

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Next Generation of Hunters

01 May 2015

Kids only get to be a kid once By Jacquelyn Gross Guccini Sportsman’s News Pro Staff As a child some of the best memories that I have are being with my dad and my brother in the duck blind in south Louisiana. I remember the thoughts of waking up to the smell of bacon for [...]

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American Heroes Project

01 May 2015

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor This is a feel good story. At least I feel good writing it and researching it. What could feel better than a bunch of veterans, spending their own time and money to build customized boats to take other disabled veterans fishing? Well, children. Children would feel better. Join the forum [...]

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AirBedz Inflatable Truck Air Mattress

01 May 2015

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor Getting a good night’s sleep in the bed of your truck can be a challenge. Traditional air mattresses either don’t quite fit, are too narrow, too long, or curl up on the edges where they meet the wheel wells. Join the forum discussion on this post

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Pro’s Tips: Save the Habitat – Save the Hunt

01 May 2015

By Kent Danjanovich Senior Editor Now, many of you will recognize the title of this article as the slogan of the National Wild Turkey Federation.  I have been fortunate for the past seven years to be involved in this great organization, not because I am a die-hard turkey hunter, but because of all of the [...]

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Solar Devices For The Outdoors

01 May 2015

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor Let’s face it, we are more dependent on our electronic devices than ever before. Even when we are spending time in the woods, far from the conveniences of home, having the ability to stay connected is important to us.

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Adventures On A Budget: Blue Mesa

01 May 2015

By Andy Lightbody You can call it the Blue Mesa Reservoir or the Blue Mesa Lake, but for sure you can call it the largest lake/body of water in the state of Colorado.

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Fishful Thinker: Misconceptions

01 May 2015

After nearly 40 years of participating, I’ve decided that fishing is a sport built on fallacies. Yep, the most written about pastime in the history of the World, literally, is heavily rooted in misconceptions, misinformation – propaganda even.

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Beretta PX4 Storm

01 May 2015

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor Beretta’s contribution to the polymer framed duty style gun, the PX4 Storm in .40 S&W is a lightweight full-sized pistol in double and single action.

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Choosing A Caliber

01 May 2015

By Shane Adair How does one choose a caliber? It’s really determined by what you think your use will be. I hope to shed some light or give you some food for thought to help you make an educated decision with your next purchase.

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Video Product Review: Chef 5 Minute Meals

01 May 2015

Whether you are preparing for an emergency, or just want a delicious lightweight meal to take into the field with you, the offerings from Chef 5 Minute Meals will provide you a fast and convenient hot meal in just five minutes. Join the forum discussion on this post

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PacWest Outdoors: So You Want To Be A Sheep Hunter?

30 April 2015

By Gary Lewis It is the pinnacle of hunting. Sheep live in difficult places and there are not enough for everyone. Permits are hard to get and the demand is so high a person may apply for 20 years in his or her home state and never draw a tag.

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May’s Words From The Publisher

30 April 2015

By Michael Deming By the time this publication hits the shelves of Sportsman’s Warehouse on May 1st, we will have had the Pro Membership Sweepstakes running for sixty days.

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Yakutat Lodge – Premier Alaskan Fishing

30 April 2015

By Bruce ‘Silver’ Danjanovich There are many areas of Alaska that boast of offering the best fishing on earth.  Well, in my opinion, one such area is found about 350 miles southeast of Anchorage in the little town of Yakutat, home to two of the best silver salmon rivers in the world in the Situk [...]

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Pro’s Picks: 2015 Yamaha Viking

30 April 2015

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor Getting off the pavement and hitting the trail can be a bumpy and dusty activity. There isn’t much that can be done about the dust, but the 2015 Yamaha Viking has the bumpiness sorted out. Offering independent wishbone suspension with 11.8 inches of clearance, the Viking is one of the [...]

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Video Product Review: Doubletap Ammo in Six Flavors

30 April 2015

It is no secret that the Sportsman’s News staff rely on the ammo from Doubletap to get the job done when it counts. This handcrafted, American made, precision ammunition is the official ammunition of Sportsman’s News and what we use to test every gun we write about or hunt with.

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Video Product Review: Nikon Prostaff 7 Riflescope

21 April 2015

Big scope features with a small scope price tag is what the Nikon Prostaff 7 with BDC reticle delivers.

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Video Product Review: Leupold RX1200i Rangefinder

14 April 2015

The Leupold RX 1200i is a power packed rangefinder for its small size. Its design and features encompass avid bow hunters, rifle hunters and those who want maximized long range accuracy.

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Video Product Review: Carl Zeiss Victory PRF Rangefinder

09 April 2015

Knowing the exact yardage to a target is essential to making a clean and humane shot.   So, you should never leave for a hunting expedition without a quality rangefinder.

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Video Product Review: Camp Chef SmokePro SE Pellet Grill

30 March 2015

Just because the SmokePro SE from Camp Chef has fewer features than its bigger brothers, doesn’t mean it is lacking in capability.

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Wheels Afield: 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander

30 March 2015

A carryover from last year’s major design changes, it’s simple and practical, but is being left “out and behind” by many of its competitors. By Andy Lightbody Five years ago, when the Mitsubishi Outlander was redesigned for 2010, it received good marks for its aggressive styling and features that made it competitive in everything from [...]

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Fishful Thinker: Productive Equals Fun

30 March 2015

by Chad LaChance As a TV Fishing Show Host and Professional Guide, I get a lot of emails filled with questions. Most often they are technique or lure related

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Choosing A Personal Locator Beacon

30 March 2015

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor For those who go deep into the wilderness, far from any cell towers or busy roads, having a personal locator beacon (PLB) is a necessary piece of kit in an emergency.

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Pro’s Picks: Talkin’ Turkeys Winchester Style

30 March 2015

By Kent Danjanovich Senior Editor It is no secret that turkey hunting has become one of the most popular sports among spring and fall outdoors men and women across the country. The revitalization of the wild turkey is one of the greatest success stories in our hunting world.

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