Author: trophyhunter

Diversity of Alaska Best Experienced on the Kenai Peninsula

Would you like to ocean fish or river fish? Is your passion to troll for your fish, cast a lure like you were bass fishing or bottom fish for halibut and rock fish? Are you interested in doing fly out trips to remote locations? If you would like to experience all of these things, the Kenai Peninsula is for you. If you have never been to Alaska, you probably don’t know what type of fishing you really enjoy the most. This is another reason to head to the Kenai Peninsula. The diversity of this area gives you the ability...

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BaseKamp App is a Simple Solution to Draw Odds

By Mike Deming From January to June every year, I’m scouring through state released statistics on hunt success, bonus/preference point requirements and draw odds for all the western states to determine where I would like to hunt in the coming year. I often hear from people not as familiar with this process, “You need a Masters degree to figure out how to go about applying and where to apply in all these states”. However, this process is essential if you would like to have a few premium tags in your pocket each and every year, especially if you don’t...

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March’s Words from the Publisher

We have completed the outdoor industry show circuit for the year. This includes trade shows like the Archery Trade Association show, Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trades show, ICAST, and the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market. These are massive outdoor industry shows where the manufactures of everything outdoors comes together to show the world what is new and exciting in their lines for 2017. I truly love each and every one of these shows because we get to put our hands on some of the latest and greatest products we will likely see on the shelves sometime during the year. Every year...

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Under Promise And Over Deliver At Majestic Valley Outfitters

By Michael Deming The first hunt of the year is something we all look forward to. The anticipation of what is in store makes me feel like a young boy at Christmas. The thoughts of what might happen in the coming days keeps me up at night. Our team usually spends the entire summer scouting heavily for these first hunts of the year, but poor luck in the draw had us scrambling for a hunt in our home state of Utah. However, a call from my good friend, Tyler Watson, would put us in action for the opening weekend...

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February’s WORDS FROM THE PUBLISHER

Back to basics! It is truly amazing the amount of information and knowledge you gather over years of being in the field; especially when you spend a lot of your time with other professionals. I’m talking about men and women who spend hundreds of days a year in the field and help themselves, as well as clients, harvest animals consistently. We often take for granted the knowledge we have acquired over all these years. Just as Sitka Gear refers to their Pro Staff as Professional Athletes, that’s what we are. I often make the assumption that someone who has...

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