Hunting Stories

Triple, Triple

Triple, Triple

December 15th, I awoke in the back of my pickup to frost covering a surplus mil bivy keeping the starry night desert temps at bay.  I was tucked away in a secluded wash on New Mexico State Land, a small square among a sea of Bureau of Land Management ground...

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Out of One Cave and Into Another

Out of One Cave and Into Another

A few years ago, archaeologists happened upon what appears to be the earliest cave paintings to date. There are a plethora of online articles and YouTube videos documenting the find of the near 44,000 year-old artwork and describe it as a reflection of...

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Lockdown: A Hunting Guide’s Reality

Lockdown: A Hunting Guide’s Reality

As a young man, my career plans and life goals were ill-defined to say the least. So, I chose to follow my passions for the outdoors, fishing, and helping others in my early 20’s which continuously opened doors of opportunity. When those doors were slammed shut due a...

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Of Hunting and Writing and Truth

Of Hunting and Writing and Truth

Hunting, like writing, has a way to do it and also a right way to do it. I don’t claim to be a professional writer, nor an expert hunter. I am a novice in both regards, but can’t escape an inherited appreciation for those that do either with dedication and resolve....

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How To: Guide Tipping

How To: Guide Tipping

From www.redclaysoul.com. Hunting and fishing are two pastimes that I've really embraced over the years and I enjoy doing both as much as possible.  Mainly when fishing, there is plenty of public water or opportunities to go out on my own.  There are some public...

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Top Five Taxidermist Complaints

Top Five Taxidermist Complaints

Just like every other working person in the world, taxidermists have problems and complaints about their work.  There are aspects about their jobs that are tough, irritating, and a pain to deal with.  But knowing what taxidermists' biggest complaints are...

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