Through years of trial and error, a family of Montana hunters has designed efficient packs they say are better than traditional pack boards for hauling game meat out of rugged areas.
Ducks Unlimited has cut ties with a longtime field editor and columnist for the conservation group’s magazine after he wrote an article critical of a former board member’s legal fight over public access on his land in Montana.
Recreationists, landowners work toward compromise on maintaining the John Wayne Trail on an abandoned railway across Eastern Washington.
Avid skiers and riders are well aware that a strong El Nino has been percolating in the Pacific Ocean. As if last winter weren’t bad enough, the prospect of El Nino rearing its ugly head after a drought is enough to drive a snow enthusiast to despair. Or is it?
Fourth-grade students are eligible for a free Christmas tree permit from local national forests as part of an initiative to get children outdoors.
Dennis Steinman scanned his wooded backyard with an electronic receiver until the back of the device lit up. But he didn’t invent his electronic tracking system to keep track of his pet. He came up with the idea to allow hunters to retrieve deer they have shot.
A cable television network suspended a hunting show after the program’s host and nine others involved in the production were charged in a federal poaching investigation at a national preserve in remote northwest Alaska.
Blaine Castrey of Vancouver is self-employed, often working seven days a week. When he gets a chance to go salmon fishing in the Columbia River, well, it’s a special day.
A fly fisher’s stream-side choice of patterns to fix on the line has more perplexing variables than the art of creating a fly at the vise. Or, as one veteran guide says, the choice can be remarkably simple.