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Adventure On A Budget: Coyote Hunting 101

By Joe Glotz If you want to become a good coyote hunter, you need to know that it takes a lot of practice, patience and research. You won’t become a good one overnight, it takes time to learn all the tips and tricks that will turn you into an efficient hunter. But, you also have to remember one thing – although you will read lots of books and info or see lots of videos on the Internet about coyote hunting, all this will never replace experiencing the real thing. You have to see it for yourself in order to...

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Pro Membership Updates: WRO Mexico

By James Dansie I’ve said it before and it still rings true, if you haven’t made an attempt to make your way down to old Mexico to hunt, then you are missing out. It offers some of the best hunting for mulies, coues, and desert rams anywhere in the world, while providing some of the best scenery out there. If the reason why you’re not considering Mexico for your next hunt is because you’ve heard that its unsafe and not worth your time, then you haven’t heard about WRO Mexico. Justin Jarret or JJ, has been guiding for a...

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Ruger Mark IV .22 LR

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor Anyone who owns the Ruger Mark I, II or III knows that it is an amazingly accurate precision machine. My Mark III is my favorite gun to shoot and hundreds of thousands of rounds of inexpensive .22 LR ammo have been launched down its barrel. It is also my least favorite gun to clean. The complex disassembly process makes it so that even shooters with years of experience have been frustrated taking it apart and putting it back together. Ruger has heard these complaints and redesigned the gun for 2017 as the Mark IV,...

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BAREBOW! Saga: Two Monsters With One Arrow

During the winter of 2003-2004, I managed to get things figured out pretty well. If I were ever going to graduate from the Murphy School of Hard Knocks, I would simply have to assassinate the Headmaster. By the time I flew into Unalakleet, AK, on May 15th, 2004, I was starting to feel quite hopeful once again. Almost confident, in fact, though I couldn’t explain why. This spring there were to be two other veteran bowhunters in camp with me. Jake Ensign and Bob Miller were both determined to take a male grizzly with their bows. Neither, as I...

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Writer’s Contest: Fly Fishing With Wes

By Michael Grismer Dad had been ill for some time, but Wes declared last fall that he was planning a professional guided fly fishing trip for the three of us the following summer to one of his favorite spots, a stretch of the Missouri River in Montana, between Holter Dam and Craig. As much as my dad loved fishing, Wes knew the trip was something my father would want to get well for. Dad rallied for several months and it looked like the trip was becoming a reality. Unfortunately, dad took a turn in late January and he left...

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