Hunting Archive

  • Do you shed hunt in the Pacific Northwest for Roosevelt sheds? If you don’t it’s a great way to learn an area, the animals that made it through the past season and it is a superb way to get out and have some fun with […]

    Don’t Get Stuck In A “Shed Hunting Rut”

    Do you shed hunt in the Pacific Northwest for Roosevelt sheds? If you don’t it’s a great way to learn an area, the animals that made it through the past season and it is a superb way to get out and have some fun with […]

    Full Field Journal

  • Well, as we are now into 2011 here are some highlights of 2010. After all the snow and cold weather was gone the turkeys started to get fired up around mid March. Last year was the first time my son (Luke) would be old enough […]

    My 2010 Hunting and Fishing Season In Review

    Well, as we are now into 2011 here are some highlights of 2010. After all the snow and cold weather was gone the turkeys started to get fired up around mid March. Last year was the first time my son (Luke) would be old enough […]

    Full Field Journal

  • The Pacific Northwest is home to hundreds of thousands of acres of managed forest lands, many of which are owned by private timber companies that were founded on the rich timber resources that blanket this region. This fertile land is also prime habitat and home […]

    Mountain Bike Hunting

    The Pacific Northwest is home to hundreds of thousands of acres of managed forest lands, many of which are owned by private timber companies that were founded on the rich timber resources that blanket this region. This fertile land is also prime habitat and home […]

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  • Elk Hunt 2010 Glassing, Glassing, Re-Focusing, Glassing, …found him!  There he was at 12,000 feet in the middle of an alpine meadow chasing satellite bulls away from his muddy wallow.  Finally, we found the bull we were looking for after a week of knotty backcountry […]

    Chasing the Bugle

    Elk Hunt 2010 Glassing, Glassing, Re-Focusing, Glassing, …found him!  There he was at 12,000 feet in the middle of an alpine meadow chasing satellite bulls away from his muddy wallow.  Finally, we found the bull we were looking for after a week of knotty backcountry […]

    Full Field Journal

  • Trail cameras have many uses including patterning animals, seeing what is in the area, and watching growth of animals. There are many different types as well from expensive 7-8 hundred dollar ones to one hundred dollar cameras. I personally use mine for just about everything […]

    The All Knowing Trail Camera

    Trail cameras have many uses including patterning animals, seeing what is in the area, and watching growth of animals. There are many different types as well from expensive 7-8 hundred dollar ones to one hundred dollar cameras. I personally use mine for just about everything […]

    Full Field Journal

  • Loaded the airboat, got my muzzy gator rig on my bow, earmuffs, bug spray, I’m ready! I have never been on an airboat before so that was an adventure in itself. I couldn’t hide my excitement, especially while we were cruising right over the top […]

    Larysa Gets Her Gator

    Loaded the airboat, got my muzzy gator rig on my bow, earmuffs, bug spray, I’m ready! I have never been on an airboat before so that was an adventure in itself. I couldn’t hide my excitement, especially while we were cruising right over the top […]

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  • Boy, it feels great to be back here on PTO after taking a little time off  for school. I have been fortunate for the 2010 hunting season. I have drawn some decent tags this year and will be sharing my adventures. I will be hunting […]

    Stay Tuned for the 2010 Hunting Season

    Boy, it feels great to be back here on PTO after taking a little time off  for school. I have been fortunate for the 2010 hunting season. I have drawn some decent tags this year and will be sharing my adventures. I will be hunting […]

    Full Field Journal

  • I was pretty pumped this year for archery season. I had shot a lot of 3-D shoots and felt pretty good about my abilities this year.  My confidence was up, since we had been busy in years past working on building houses, but this year […]

    1st Round Goes To The Deer

    I was pretty pumped this year for archery season. I had shot a lot of 3-D shoots and felt pretty good about my abilities this year.  My confidence was up, since we had been busy in years past working on building houses, but this year […]

    Full Field Journal

  • As I made my final turn into camp, I was acutely aware of the emotions trips previous had garnered. I was, however, unsettled. Where there should have existed optimism, contentment, and a sense of whole, I only felt unsettled conflict and anxiety. Such feelings were historically nonexistent. Indeed, […]

    A Hunt in Memory of Grandpa

    As I made my final turn into camp, I was acutely aware of the emotions trips previous had garnered. I was, however, unsettled. Where there should have existed optimism, contentment, and a sense of whole, I only felt unsettled conflict and anxiety. Such feelings were historically nonexistent. Indeed, […]

    Full Field Journal

  • After applying and waiting year after year to draw an Oregon pronghorn tag (only to be disappointed each time), my friend Cody finally drew his tag along with his father; 8 years of applying was over. I automatically became the designated camera and pack man. […]

    Nine Year Itch for the Oregon Pronghorn

    After applying and waiting year after year to draw an Oregon pronghorn tag (only to be disappointed each time), my friend Cody finally drew his tag along with his father; 8 years of applying was over. I automatically became the designated camera and pack man. […]

    Full Field Journal

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