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Hunting season is well underway. You finally tag an elk or deer but now the local butcher is swamped, forcing you into a crash course in processing your own meat. Fear not, says the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, which offers the following tips and diagram to guide you. Stories

Elk Foundation: 10 Tips for Processing Your First Elk

By Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Hunting season is well underway. You finally tag an elk or deer but now the local butcher is...

A new initiative to introduce youths and other newcomers to shooting sports, hunting and conservation is set to launch in 2011 powered by a generous donation to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation by Larry and Brenda Potterfield. Stories

Elk Foundation to Launch Youth Shooting Program

A new initiative to introduce youths and other newcomers to shooting sports, hunting and...

In letters to legislators and newspapers across the West, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is calling out groups like Defenders of Wildlife, Western Wildlife Conservancy and others for their disingenuous use of data on wolves and elk. Stories

Elk Foundation Calls Out Motives of Wolf Groups

In letters to legislators and newspapers across the West, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is...

What makes elk special? As the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's annual convention and expo opened its doors Feb. 2 for a three-day run in Las Vegas, a quick survey of early attendees revealed diverse opinions. Stories

Elk Camp: The Possible Dream

Steve Wagner, OutdoorChannel.com

What makes elk special? As the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's annual convention and expo...

Hunting brings great economic benefit to Nevada, but you can't have abundant game species to hunt without habitat stewardship and conservation, and that's the inspiration behind the upcoming RMEF's Elk Camp in Las Vegas. Stories

Elk Camp setting up in Vegas

Steve Wagner, OutdoorChannel.com

Hunting brings great economic benefit to Nevada, but you can't have abundant game species to...

The RMEF wrapped up its largest annual fundraiser, with gross revenues topping $2.5 million. This money will help to ensure the future of elk and their habitat. Stories

Elk Camp 2011 Generates $2.5 Million for Conservation

The RMEF wrapped up its largest annual fundraiser, with gross revenues topping $2.5 million....

Amateur and professional elk callers from eight states—California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington—have earned medals in the RMEF/Leupold World Elk Calling Championships for 2010. Stories

Elk Callers from 8 States Medal in World Championships

Amateur and professional elk callers from eight states—California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana,...

Fall is about eliminating water. That's the way Bassmaster Elite Series pro Terry Butcher views it, and it makes autumn one of his favorite times to bass fish. “The fish get really shallow,” said the 40-year-old Talala, Okla., pro. Stories

Elite Fall Tips: Butcher Stays Shallow

by Steve Wright, OutdoorChannel.com

Fall is about eliminating water. That's the way Bassmaster Elite Series pro Terry Butcher...

Numa's Tough-Flex sport eyewear made a big impression on us from the recent 2011 ICAST event.  Can your sunglasses withstand what the Numa's can? Stories

Editor's Best of ICAST 2011 - Numa Sport Eyewear

Jeff Phillips

Numa's Tough-Flex sport eyewear made a big impression on us from the recent 2011 ICAST event. ...

Ducks and rice. It makes a nice main course, but it's one city's bread and butter. Stuttgart, Ark., is the Rice and Duck Capital of the World. Many of the 10,000 or so residents in the southeast Arkansas town make their living on one or the other. Stories

Ducks, Callers Flocking To Stuttgart, Ark.

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

Ducks and rice. It makes a nice main course, but it's one city's bread and butter. Stuttgart,...

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