24th 01 - 2011 | no comment »

Sportsman’s Warehouse 10% discount

Sportman’s Warehouse is offering a one-time only 10% discount to all of our clients.   The discount does not include gift cards, firearms, ammunition, reloading, bows, scopes, electronics, high-end optics, safes, heaters or inflatable boats.  The purchase must be made online ( www.sportmanswarehouse.com ).  To make this purchase, the client must use a one-time unique code provided by sportsman’s Warehouse.  Clients will be required to register online to qualify for the discount.


31st 08 - 2010 | 10 comments »

New World Record Typical SCI Elk!!

At Broadmouth Canyon Ranch this year in Idaho we have just harvested the biggest bull elk ever killed.  It is going to beat the old SCI record for a typical elk by almost 30 inches.  It scored a whopping 526 Typical and 545 Non-typical.  There are three bulls that score better non-typical but go to this link to look at their pictures and see how much more impressive this bull is. http://www.scifirstforhunters.org/members/RB/view_topten.cfm?specID=N70   There is really no question that this is the biggest bull elk ever killed!!!!  Enjoy the pictures and pass them around.  Any questions or comments are welcome.  Dan Bellow was the lucky hunter who harvested this amazing bull.

 

 


13th 08 - 2010 | 1 comment »

Amazing deer!

I am not sure where these photos were taken but they sure are cool.  It has double antlers and drop tines not to mention the huge blob antler right by his head.  You don’t see this everyday.

Looks like he is comming over to my neck of the woods.


8th 08 - 2010 | 1 comment »

Wolves In Utah

A wolf attacked and killed a dog that was guarding sheep near the Wyoming border, the Utah Department of Agriculture confirmed Wednesday.

The wolf killed the dog a week ago on private lands in the Chalk Creek area east of Coalville, Department of Agriculture spokesman Larry Lewis said.

Lewis said the 100-pound Great Pyrenees was no match for the wolf, which injured a second guard dog in the same attack. The other dog was missing for several days but turned up Wednesday nursing injuries from the attack, he said.

Wildlife officers were able to confirm the wolf kill by collecting fur from the scene, and a livestock herder reported that he saw a wolf limping away from the attack, Lewis said.

The wolf is still on the loose. An effort to trap it was unsuccessful.

Lewis said he couldn’t identify the sheep herder or landowner because they don’t want publicity that could draw tourists or vigilantes to their ranch.

State officials, meanwhile, are trying to confirm another report that a wolf or wolves killed a calf Tuesday near Hardware Ranch Wildlife Management Area, 15 miles east of Hyrum along the border of Cache and Rich counties.

Traps were being set Wednesday in that location, said Mark Hadley, a spokesman for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.

Officials say wolves are becoming a problem in northern Utah for the first time since the 1930s. Among other recent attacks was a wolf that killed two calves, and a wolf that attacked livestock in northern Utah’s Cache County in July.

In addition, “there’s been plenty of sightings” of wolves in northern Utah this summer, Lewis said.

The Utah and U.S. departments of agriculture employ 10 trappers who live in remote areas of Utah to deal with nuisance coyotes, cougars, bears — and now wolves.

article from ksl.com


5th 07 - 2010 | no comment »

Gun trouble!

This is not what you want to have happen to your gun at the range.  Or anywere else for that matter!

I guess its best to not leave your bore sighter in when you are shooting.


17th 05 - 2010 | no comment »

Big Rainbow Trout

This pic has been floating around saying that this fish was caught in utah near Flamming Gorge.  I found some more credible info on it.

“That rainbow was caught about a year and a half ago in Sask, the brothers have devised an entirely new system for catching these huge rainbows. The guide service they now work for is Highland outfitters in Sask. I know this to be true because I duck and goose hunt with Highland and the owner Cory has the brothers with a CD they made of 1 weeks worth of fishing and they landed something like 21 trout over 20lbs fishing at night during that week. These guys are just killing the toad rainbows. Everything is C&R but there pretty tight lipped about there methods though.” -Unknown Author

Sounds like the real story to me.


28th 04 - 2010 | no comment »

Huge Idaho Mule Deer!!

This is going to be one of the new Idaho state records.  I am not sure which one, but either way it is fun to look at. 


14th 04 - 2010 | no comment »

Los Angeles Times Article On Wolf Hunt In Idaho

Idaho’s first wolf hunting season came to a close on Wednesday, with state Fish and Game officials calling it a success.

“The season has succeeded in halting the growth of Idaho’s wolf population,” said Idaho Fish and Game Director Cal Groen. “It showed that Fish and Game is capable of monitoring and managing a well-regulated wolf hunt.”

Fish and Game reported that at the end of 2009, the wolf population in the state was 843 animals — about the same as at the beginning of 2008.

During the seven-month season, 188 of the statewide quota of 220 animals were reported to department regional offices or conservation officers, with seven of the 12 zones reaching their quota and closing prior to the March 31 season-end date.

Officials are already looking at changes for the 2010-11 wolf hunting season, including expanding quotas, changing zone boundaries and allowing hunters to use electronic predator calls.

However, it remains to be seen if there will be another season this year. Environmental groups have cases pending in court, likely to be ruled on this spring, attempting to return wolves to the endangered species list and stop legal hunting of the animals.

– Kelly Burgess


7th 04 - 2010 | no comment »

Be Careful Where You Step!!

Supposedly these are some pictures a couple guys took after a day at a new deer hunting lease in Oklahoma.  They were putting up tree stands, looking for food plot locations and just getting ready for the coming deer season.  Looks like they might want to think twice about going to their tree stands in the dark!


30th 03 - 2010 | 3 comments »

Big Grizzly

The story behind this is that this grizzly was hit by a motorcycle rider.  It was supposedly a Harley Davidson Motorcycle that killed the grizz.  I guess the rider was not killed but the bike and the bear were.  It was killed in Lolo Pass.  I think that is in Montana somewhere.  No matter where it was you can tell it is a big bear.  It is pretty scary camping in the woods with that roaming around.


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