On May, 2018 on the Alaska Peninsula, Chris Cammack, broke Jack Brittingham’s record for the world record brown bear taken with a bow. After a lengthy stalk on a brushy mountain side in the wind & rain Chris was blessed to arrow this amazing brown bear at just 14 yards.
I am not sure if I was able to debunk the old saying of “you get what you pay for”; but for me personally, a still believe the adage rings true.
Shane Mahoney lectures on the principles of The North American Wildlife Conservation Model, which has been critical to the success of wildlife management throughout North America.
More than 32,000 brown bears call Alaska home! Even though there are technically two subspecies in North America (the grizzly and the Kodiak), all brown bears in Alaska are genetically identical. The difference between Coastal and Grizzly Bears is geographical and diet.
This podcast is absolutely loaded with information that will put your mind at ease as you prepare for your unguided moose hunting adventure. I think you’ll enjoy it.
Hunting turkeys had become mostly a springtime activity across much of the U.S. in the 1970s after centuries of the sport were traditionally reserved for the fall. Spring is considered an “easy” time to hunt turkeys, presenting little challenge to the true sportsman.
I don’t understand all of the hate that black bear meat gets…. especially if it’s a spring bear. My entire family LOVES it luckily because bear hunting in the Spring is one of my favorite things in this world. Maybe you just have to cook it right (and take good care of the meat in the field of course). Anyway, here’s a tried and true recipe that is tough to screw up.
Trophy quality on ALL these Arizona elk hunts is VERY good, however many bulls will have broken antlers during the late season. Hunters can expect to see 370″ class bulls in the premier units and 340-350″ bulls on the “lesser” quality units. Bulls above 400″ are taken in Arizona every year.