MOA Turrets vs. Yardage Turrets

When purchasing or building a custom long range hunting rifle, do you prefer to keep the turret in standard MOA (Minute of Angle) units or do you prefer a yardage turret? This is a very common question between rifle enthusiasts and builders throughout the industry. Let’s dive into the pros and cons of each decision … Read more

Epic Outdoors License Application Service

Rarely do I endorse people or companies. My relationships are my equity and I respect my clients way too much to direct them towards anyone I don’t fully trust myself.  I’ve known Adam Bronson and Jason Carter for years and through our personal conversations, and interactions, it’s obvious the boys at Epic know their stuff! … Read more

Marketing The Sale Of Hunting And Fishing Operations

Due to overwhelming demand to help sell Hunting and Fishing Operations world-wide, we decided to proceed full-steam ahead.  Through our powerhouse Marketing systems we reach millions of people that have an interest in hunting and fishing through a diverse and strategic Marketing plan.  As interested parties inquire about the sale of the Operations we pass … Read more

Youth Hunting Opportunities by State

The mountain states in the Western U.S. offer some of the most exciting hunting opportunities in the world.  Sharing hunting opportunities with your children and grandchildren is a wonderful bonding experience, and a great way to create memories for all of you, plus pass down your wisdom and life lessons to the next generation.  We … Read more

Shed Hunting In Colorado

Colorado is home to one of the largest Elk and Mule Deer populations in the world, and shed hunting for their antlers has become increasingly popular. The rules and regulations governing the collection of antlers are increasing as well, and changing.  In this article we’ll explore the current rules and regulations, and also explain some … Read more

Shed Hunting Closures

SHED HUNTING CLOSURES Shed antler and horn collection closes each year in various areas and for various dates and time.  Here is a summary of the closures for several Western states. [Disclaimer:  Rules and regulations are subject to change over time.  Verify all rules and regulations in the area you plan collect shed antlers and … Read more

Colorado Archery Pronghorn- A Spot and Stalk Story

Lessons are learned in many different ways. We read directions or hear someone teach, and the information sticks in our brains. But the most significant lessons in life are often learned by doing…either through experiences or mistakes. In August 2022, I killed my first big game animal outside Walden, Colorado. A lifetime of decisions and … Read more

The Great Northwest of Colorado- A Hunter’s Paradise

The Great Northwest of Colorado is a part of the state that holds true to its Western heritage which was built on, and continues to represent, the hard working American. In addition to its blue collar roots and western Americana this region may be better known for its big bucks and being the Elk hunting … Read more

How Utah’s Conservation Permit Program Benefits Hunters and Big Game.

Let’s face it, the management of Big Game and wildlife in the Western U.S. costs a lot of money, and the reality is it’s going to continue to cost money.  As hunters, we generally understand this cost and the benefit, and have done the majority of the heavy lifting when its comes to funding programs … Read more