The Hunting Bucket List

Everyone has a bucket list; things they wish to see and do during their lifetime. Hunters have two bucket lists, one that is very similar to our frietnds and family and then the second bucket list of animals we wish to prusue and harvest during our lifetimes. I have a large bucket list of animals […]

Read More » | February 3, 2015 | Category: Blog, Deer hunting, Queen Meagan | Comments: 1

Red Stag Re-Cap

For anyone who purchased the “Queens of Camo” 2015 calendar, the following story goes with the picture featured in August, which is myself, and my  New Zealand Red Stag.  I would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who voted for me.  My friends, family, and even people I don’t know helped to […]

Read More » | January 27, 2015 | Category: Blog, Deer hunting, Sherri's Corner | Comments: 1

Wyoming Antelope Hunt

Road trips are one of my favorite things to do!   Especially when you’re with a group of good friends,  the weather is great, and the final destination is “Trophy Ridge Outfitters” near Carlile, Wyoming.  This was just the case for me in September of 2014.  Our Pronghorn Antelope season at home in Saskatchewan has been closed […]

Read More » | January 6, 2015 | Category: Blog, Deer hunting, Sherri's Corner | Comments: 4

Meet Queen Melissa

My name is Melissa and I originally grew up hunting back in Michigan.   I always loved it, but mostly just went out with my father.  5 years ago I moved to Wyoming and met Tucker who also loved hunting. He started teaching me how to shoot and to shoot accurately.   I was always afraid of […]

Read More » | January 2, 2015 | Category: Bowhunting, Deer hunting, Melissa's Corner | Comments: none

Mule Deer Emotions

At a mere 12 yards, I was sure that the bedded buck would hear my pounding heart.  The story of how I had come to be standing on that coulee side, with bow ready to draw, was emotionally exhausting in itself.  My first archery mule deer was about to reshape my life.  The moment was […]

Read More » | December 10, 2014 | Category: Blog, Deer hunting, erica's | Comments: 5

The Buck I Thought I Missed

The Spring of 2013 I bought my very first bow, a Mathews Passion, I was in love. I spent the rest of my Spring, Summer and Fall days practicing. Due to being out of town I had to miss the first few days of opening season but when I got home my first priority was […]

Read More » | April 3, 2014 | Category: Blog, Bowhunting, Deer hunting, Mimi's Corner | Comments: none

Tips for Training a ‘Shed-Hunting’ Dog

Have you ever seen on the outdoor channel the guys talking about antler dog? If you don’t know what that is, antler dogs are dog that are trained to find antlers out in the woods. It can be an extremely fun hobby for you and your furry companion to start doing, and it’s also a great way […]

Read More » | March 9, 2014 | Category: Blog, Conservation, Deer hunting, Hunting Dogs, Shannon's Blog | Comments: 10

Patience is the Key to Good Shed Hunting

Like many hunters, finding those gorgeous while tail sheds in between the season is something that I look forward to. I grab our 5 dogs, a walking stick, some water and other supplies, and head out into the woods to see what bone treasures I can find. Today was the first day of shed hunting for us. […]

Read More » | March 5, 2014 | Category: Blog, Conservation, Deer hunting, Shannon's Blog | Comments: none

The Art of Taking Great Trail Cam Photos

Most hunters are aware of trail cameras, and the how beneficial they can be when it comes to patterning the specific animal you are hunting. Trail cameras can also be used for surveillance and security of a home or business. However, one of my favorite pass times involves using a trail camera to capture unique […]

Read More » | February 13, 2014 | Category: Allison's Corner, Deer hunting, Product Reviews | Comments: 1

Deer Management: To Shoot or Not to Shoot

Have you ever been in a room full of people where a topic comes up and immediately blood pressures rise, tempers get flared, and forehead veins start bulging?  Its topics like these that most tend to shy away from in fear of the reaction it may cause.  For some, deer management is one of those topics. When […]

Read More » | February 7, 2014 | Category: Ashley's Corner, Blog, Conservation, Deer hunting | Comments: none