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The Bulls of Horseshoe Mountain, Part I

The Bulls of Horseshoe Mountain, Part I By Mike Welling, Guest Contributor September never comes soon enough, but it was finally here.  My friend Les Welch and I...
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Pressure Canning Your Backcountry Bounty

The Pressure is On: Preserving your Backcountry Bounty by Becca Moffat, Rokslide Prostaff For those of us fortunate enough to bring home an abundance of game meat and fish, full freezers...
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Extreme Angle Shooting

Extreme Angle Shooting Steve Stidham   Chasing Sheep and Goats in the extreme terrain that they call home often ends with shot opportunities being at extreme angles. As if...
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Idaho Backcountry Mule Deer

Idaho Backcountry Mule Deer Hunt Brock Akers  I slammed my tailgate, got a couple more clicks out of the ratchet straps holding down our gear and checked the...
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One Season, Three Bulls Part 3

  One Season, Three Bulls Part III, The Montana Rifle Bull With two Idaho elk tags filled, I was now looking forward to Montana's general season opener.   I had...
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One Season, Three Bulls Part 2

  One Season, Three Bulls PART II, The Idaho Rifle Bull Ross Russell With my Idaho archery bull in the freezer, I was looking forward to filling tag number...
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One Season, Three Bulls

One Season, Three Bulls  Ross Russell. Part I, The Archery Bull Elk Antlers—what is it about these and the animal that carries them that fosters the addiction of elk...
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Top 10 Glassing Mistakes

  Top 10 Glassing MistakesWe all make 'em, and they cost us big bucks By Robby Denning, Rokslide Co-Owner   There was a time that few hunters used...

High Country Hydration

HIGH COUNTRY HYDRATION Brock Akers, Train to Hunt Director Growing up in Washington State and hunting the Cascade Mountains, I have been spoiled with abundant amounts of water...
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Idaho DIY Backcountry Mule Deer

Idaho DIY Backcountry Mule Deer Hunt Brock Akers I slammed my tailgate, got a couple more clicks out of the ratchet straps on our gear & checked the trailer...

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One or Both Eyes Open

One or Both Eyes Open By Guest Contributor, Jimmy Tippetts (Slim Jim) When shooting a compound bow, do you use one or both eyes? This topic...

Kifaru Fulcrum Review

Kifaru Fulcrum Review by William Hanson I've been a dyed-in-the-wool Kifaru fan for a few years now and the past year and a half or so...
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Clothing Systems

Clothing Systems   by Luke & Becca Moffat   When it comes to finding clothing for the backpack hunter, there has never been a...

Choose your glass wisely

I field more than a few questions about optic choice, so I thought I'd dedicate a post to the what & when of how...
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The “Trick-Pin” System

The Trick-Pin System – Quit Your Range-Finder Habit Darin Cooper - Rokslide Senior Editor This may be the coolest damn thing you never knew...
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Idaho OTC Elk, Part I

Idaho OTC Elk, Part I By Ron Wright, Rokslide Member There is an increasing interest in DIY elk hunting in Idaho. With the...