I’d Rather Be Lucky Than Good – a Rokslide.com Original Film

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We follow along with Rokslide co-owner Ryan Avery on a rifle elk hunt. He uses his goats to backpack into the backcountry and as usual, things don't go as...

Rewarming Drill

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A few weeks ago, I was staring up at the stove pipe opening of the tipi, laying in my sleeping bag, soaking wet in 12-degree weather-for the second time. ...

Aubrey’s First Sheep Hunt

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August 10th is an important date for hunters all across Alaska; it’s the season opener for multiple species to include Dall sheep. However, if you’re age 10-17 you have...

Load Development: Unknown Munitions

Whether for hunting, competition, Law Enforcement, Special Ops, or long-range target shooting, load development always starts with a conversation and decisions to make. What are you planning to use...
Cover of Dennis Wintch

Book Review: Dennis Wintch Mule Deer Hunting Legend

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It's research season, but don't think that means just units to hunt or gear to buy. You should be reading everything you can that will help you understand mule...

Equipment Is Only Half The Battle

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Two things account for more horror stories and ruined trips than anything else:  bad equipment and bad hunting partners.  Rokslide has the best equipment reviews and depth of information...

Pack Goats For Backcountry Hunting

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Pack Goats For Backcountry Hunting Pack goats seemed to be a natural choice for us.  It all began seven years ago when I met my husband, Justin Starck. He was...

What It Takes To Be A Successful Hunter

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Have you ever hunted an area without any luck, thinking "this place must suck?" Then you cross paths with a hunter or group of hunters who are punching multiple...

Processing a Deer In Hot Weather

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Hot weather deer hunting means being ready to cool down the meat as fast as possible to keep it from spoiling.For many places in the country, deer seasons open...

Battle of the 30 Cals

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Maybe it stems from fond memories of our fathers or grandfathers pulling the ol' 30-06 out of the cabinet with the faint aroma of Hoppe's No. 9, or from...