Hunting Homer Waterfowl

Hunting Homer Waterfowl Blog & Photos by Garrett Baeten A happy hunter with a perfect Barrow’s goldeneye drake. I wasn't sure what to expect as we motored Read More...

Hunting Homer Waterfowl2021-05-20T10:10:20-08:00

Single Shot Shotgun Hunting

Often overshadowed by the speed of a modern repeater, a good single-shot shotgun today can still bring home fur and feathers every bit as well as it ever Read More...

Single Shot Shotgun Hunting2019-07-19T09:50:23-08:00

Cold Bay Emperor Goose

© Hugh Clark Story & Photos by Hugh Clark President of Alaska Waterfowl Association in Anchorage. It was September in Alaska and waterfowl season was in full Read More...

Cold Bay Emperor Goose2018-06-29T20:17:24-08:00

Wolverine: the Mad Max of the Wilderness

By Bjorn Dihle Wolverine have long been mythologized and misportrayed, so much so that when most people think of the species they envision actor Hugh Jackman's chiseled abs, pulsating Read More...

Wolverine: the Mad Max of the Wilderness2021-02-15T10:17:29-08:00

Duck, the Other Red Meat

“What’s your favorite way to cook duck?” I asked the old duck hunter who I had gotten to know casually over the years. He said, “Well, I put the Read More...

Duck, the Other Red Meat2017-10-14T18:55:56-08:00

It’s in the Air

It usually happens around the end of July or during the first week in August. You step out the door early in the morning and suddenly the air smells Read More...

It’s in the Air2017-10-14T19:35:18-08:00

Does Size Really Matter?

Apparently, depending on who you ask, size does matter. However, here at least, exploring this subject will remain in the realm of fish and wildlife rather than venturing towards Read More...

Does Size Really Matter?2017-10-14T20:17:01-08:00

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