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  • 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. […]

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  • Ever since I started hunting (which wasn’t too long ago), I guess I acquired a thing for exotics given that my first hunt took place in New Zealand and my second hunting experience was in South Africa.  So of course an Axis deer was on […]

    Axis Deer Hunt

    Ever since I started hunting (which wasn’t too long ago), I guess I acquired a thing for exotics given that my first hunt took place in New Zealand and my second hunting experience was in South Africa.  So of course an Axis deer was on […]

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  •  Stan glassing a large clear cut in Western Oregon, 2009   September 16: I leave tomorrow night for a challenging hunt in the Oregon Coast Range.  Rain is predicted throughout the next week which will add yet another challenging dimension.  As usual, I’ll […]

    Oregon Coast Roosevelt Elk Hunt

     Stan glassing a large clear cut in Western Oregon, 2009   September 16: I leave tomorrow night for a challenging hunt in the Oregon Coast Range.  Rain is predicted throughout the next week which will add yet another challenging dimension.  As usual, I’ll […]

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  • 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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  • With a five AM wake up call, I hopped in the shower, head still spinning from (maybe) drinking too much Singha beer at the Thai boxing match the night before…however, nothing can keep me from going fishing! James and I just finished a 3 week […]

    Fishing In Thailand

    With a five AM wake up call, I hopped in the shower, head still spinning from (maybe) drinking too much Singha beer at the Thai boxing match the night before…however, nothing can keep me from going fishing! James and I just finished a 3 week […]

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  • Who doesn’t like jerky?  Ok, vegans and vegetarians put your hands down. I make a lot of jerky throughout the year.  I love it, my kids love it, and it’s a healthy high-protein snack that is great to pack along on any outdoor adventure. I […]

    Jerky!

    Who doesn’t like jerky?  Ok, vegans and vegetarians put your hands down. I make a lot of jerky throughout the year.  I love it, my kids love it, and it’s a healthy high-protein snack that is great to pack along on any outdoor adventure. I […]

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  • Back when I turned 30 I went to my doctor – a new doctor I had not seen before – for a routine physical. I’ll never forget the moment he said, “Tom, you seem to have gained some weight recently.” Not sure how he knew […]

    Getting in "Elk Shape"

    Back when I turned 30 I went to my doctor – a new doctor I had not seen before – for a routine physical. I’ll never forget the moment he said, “Tom, you seem to have gained some weight recently.” Not sure how he knew […]

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  • Two winters ago I pruned my ornamental cherry tree; the maroon colored variety you often see in and around neighborhoods and some business parks. It was getting a bit out of hand so I knocked it back a bit. I don’t care much for this […]

    Tillering a Bow from a Cherry Tree Branch

    Two winters ago I pruned my ornamental cherry tree; the maroon colored variety you often see in and around neighborhoods and some business parks. It was getting a bit out of hand so I knocked it back a bit. I don’t care much for this […]

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  • Whether you are doing a guided hunt in Alaska or a DYI in the Rockies you need to be in shape. Every year I have at least one hunting client whose hunt turn out to be less than expected because he wasn’t in shape physically […]

    Get Yourself Ready for the Big One

    Whether you are doing a guided hunt in Alaska or a DYI in the Rockies you need to be in shape. Every year I have at least one hunting client whose hunt turn out to be less than expected because he wasn’t in shape physically […]

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  •   I’ve always been a DIY (do-it-yourself) kind of guy, and I am somewhat of a hoarder when it comes to stuff.  When I come across “stuff” that nobody seems to want or see value in, I tend to keep it, just in case.  I […]

    Economical DIY Archery Target

      I’ve always been a DIY (do-it-yourself) kind of guy, and I am somewhat of a hoarder when it comes to stuff.  When I come across “stuff” that nobody seems to want or see value in, I tend to keep it, just in case.  I […]

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