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If you were lucky enough to draw a tag this year, you'll find plenty of desert porkers in these areas.10 Javelina Hotspots
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10 Javelina Hotspots

If you were lucky enough to draw a tag this year, you'll find plenty of desert porkers in

Pat Meitin

Many areas remain drier than pronghorns demand, but Ma Nature has cracked open the spigot and some manner of recovery is beginning to materialize. Pray for rain and pass the ammo.Intermountain Pronghorn Outlook
Hunting

Intermountain Pronghorn Outlook

Many areas remain drier than pronghorns demand, but Ma Nature has cracked open the spigot and

Incorporate these proven tips into your bowhunting regimen and increase your opportunities for arrowing a monster mulie this year.Bowhunting for Bruiser Bucks
Hunting

Bowhunting for Bruiser Bucks

Incorporate these proven tips into your bowhunting regimen and increase your opportunities for

Known for years by local anglers, Idaho's St. Joe River is quietly stepping into trout-stream fame with its cutthroat fishery.St. Joe Cutts
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St. Joe Cutts

Known for years by local anglers, Idaho's St. Joe River is quietly stepping into trout-stream

Intermountain pronghorn populations respond quickly to favorable weather, the right amounts of moisture at the right times, and quality habitat. Check this annual preview to find out where you should hunt this year. (July 2006)Rocky Mountain Pronghorn Forecast
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Rocky Mountain Pronghorn Forecast

Intermountain pronghorn populations respond quickly to favorable weather, the right amounts of

Here's a look at the 2006 pheasant hunting season, from Montana's high plains to New Mexico's arid grasslands. (Nov 2006)Intermountain Pheasants -- Great To Gruesome
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Intermountain Pheasants -- Great To Gruesome

Here's a look at the 2006 pheasant hunting season, from Montana's high plains to New Mexico's

Looking in all the wrong places sometimes lands you the biggest bucks of the season. (Nov 2006)New Mexico's Big Bucks
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New Mexico's Big Bucks

Looking in all the wrong places sometimes lands you the biggest bucks of the season. (Nov 2006)

At first glance, Colorado's Eastern Plains seem empty and desolate. Look again! This bowhunter did and found those flatlands flush with monster mule deer and whopping whitetails. (Dec 2006)Wide-Open Mulies
Hunting

Wide-Open Mulies

At first glance, Colorado's Eastern Plains seem empty and desolate. Look again! This bowhunter

Wintertime has rolled into Idaho and Montana, but that doesn't mean that late-season duck hunting -- or goose hunting -- has rolled out of town! (Dec 2006)Iced-Up Quackers
Hunting

Iced-Up Quackers

Wintertime has rolled into Idaho and Montana, but that doesn't mean that late-season duck

If your rod's sitting in the garage waiting for summer, you'll miss out on some excellent Colorado trout fishing -- right now! (March 2007)Colorado Trout Outlook 2007
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Colorado Trout Outlook 2007

If your rod's sitting in the garage waiting for summer, you'll miss out on some excellent

A wonder of the Utah desert, Jones Hole Creek has everything a trout flyfisher could want. (March 2007)Jones Hole: ‘God’s Gift’ To Fly-Fishing
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Jones Hole: 'God's Gift' To Fly-Fishing

A wonder of the Utah desert, Jones Hole Creek has everything a trout flyfisher could want.

Brian K. Jones

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