Ty Cameron joins Cory to share the story of his hunt in New Zealand to help us vet a potential new outfitter. He went hunting with his dad and friend Rich, and they had a wild time. All three were successful on red stags, tahr, chamois, fallow deer and Arapaima rams. They all said that […]
The first time I showed up at the airport with my rifle was nerve wracking to say the least. In situations like this, it’s just human nature to assume the worst. I was flying to West Texas for an aoudad hunt and expected someone to yell “GUN!” and be handcuffed at any moment. Luckily though, […]
Firearms Restrictions in Saskatchewan, like the rest of Canada is very strict. Under Canadian law, visitors are not allowed to import firearms and defensive sprays for personal protection. Visitors who are at least 18 years old may import ordinary rifles and shotguns for hunting, sporting use, competition, movement in transit, or for protection against wildlife […]
Hunting in the brutally cold weather of the Arctic is both a mental and physical challenge to keep after it day after day. However, much of the grind simply comes down to having the right Arctic hunting gear, and your ability to handle being out in the cold weather. Here’s a look at some of […]
Found at the juncture of two great Central Asian mountain systems – Tian Shan and the Pamirs. More than half of Kyrgyzstan lies at an elevation higher than 8, 200 feet. The country was an oasis and a welcome relief after crossing perilous mountain passes on the way from China.