Mystery Ranch NICE 6500 Review Now that I've put around 100 training miles, along with a backpack sheep hunt in with my Mystery Ranch NICE 6500 I figure I've put it through enough trials to be able to weigh in a fair and honest assessment of the pack, the craftsmanship and if it lives up to it's claims. … [Read more...] about Mystery Ranch NICE 6500 Review
Sheep And Moose Hunt 2009 The trip started much the same as previous years, with a ferry ride off the island so we can begin the long trek north. We took an afternoon ferry and spent the night in Kamloops. Up bright and early the next morning to head to Grande Prairie, Alberta. I realize this is a bit out of the way from our destination along … [Read more...] about 2009 Sheep & Moose Hunt
Why You Should Support The BC Bear Hunt Under recent political pressure from the environmental profiteers activists regarding BC Grizzly and Black Bear hunting, I thought it would be important to dispel a few of the myths they are presenting with some actual facts. Make no mistake, this is an emotional campaign designed solely to tug on the purse … [Read more...] about Support The BC Bear Hunt
My wife saw a show on the Food Network where the chef prepared a dish that's known as Beef Wellington. It's a tenderloin, lightly seared, then coated with a mushroom/herb mixture and wrapped in puff pastry. Throw it in the oven for 25 minutes and you've got a meal fit for a king. … [Read more...] about Elk Tenderloin Recipe – Wellingtons
For Christmas this year I was the lucky recipient of a Bowtech Flatliner Archery Package. It was something I'd been just throwing on the list for years without ever really caring if I got one or not... Well... I am kicking myself in the ass that I didn't get into years ago! After practicing, practing and practicing for the last few months I am … [Read more...] about 2009 Black Bear With A Bow
After hiking out of the mountains ramless we loaded up our gear and headed back south for the long drive to Fort St. John. We arrived late afternoon, and after discussing it with my dad decided we'd better go pick up some tags and try to get a bull in the 3pnt or better season on private land. We stopped by the landowners house on the way out … [Read more...] about 2008 Elk Hunt 6pnt Bull.
Unless you've been living under a rock then you probably know the 2008 BC LEH draw has been completed.You can Check Your LEH Results HereI was sucessfully drawn for Fall Grizzly on the Liard Plateau (7-53) and will probably spend a few days after this years stone's sheep hunt looking for a Grizzly. The odds were very generous but the … [Read more...] about 2008 BC LEH Results
Tom Leonard failed to return from a fall hunting trip in Northwestern British Columbia at Spatsizi Plateau Provincial Wilderness Park. Tom signed in at the Eaglenest Trail Head on September 11, 2005 and continued on backpacking on his limited entry sheep hunt. When he failed to return home on October 2, 2005 RCMP conducted a search and located his … [Read more...] about Missing Spatsizi Hunter – Tom Leonard
The 2007 Spring Grizzly Hunt Allocations Were Released On Monday. This is the number of tags available for the 2007 spring hunt draw and for the most part it looks like there has been quite an increase in tags available to certain areas. For some of the sub-regions the numbers appear unchanged or they have shifted a few tags from one sub-region … [Read more...] about 2007 Spring Grizzly Hunt Allocations.
Every year in BC and across Canada for that matter law abiding hunters may by accident wound or lose a big game animal such as a Moose or a Black Bear. Unfortunately if a hunter doesn't have access to some trained tracking dogs recovering the animal can be next to impossible depending on the situation. The Canadian Game Trackers Association … [Read more...] about Canadian Game Trackers Association