Featured Hunter

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I was 14 years old last time I was here in Saskatchewan Canada on a bear hunt. It is so cool to be back at the same exact place. Not much has changed up here. It is super remote and there are bears everywhere. When I shot this bear we were filming for an outdoors tv show and I was so excited. Stay tuned for the next few videos there are bears bears and more bears. Hope you all enjoyed this video!

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Hunting Fails

We all were anticipating a fairly easy catch by these 2 hunting lions. But this turned out to be a hilarious fail by them!

Taken on a Safari in South Africa.

Video by: Natasha

Tons of hunting fails and stupid people with guns!!

Featured Outfitter / Lodge

Often heralded as Alaska's "best kept secret," Prince of Wales Island's Thorne Bay Lodge offers saltwater fishing, river fishing, and hunting opportunities sure to make even the most well-versed outdoorsman happy.

Located on Alaska's Prince of Wales Island (the third biggest island in the United States), Thorne Bay Lodge is a hunter's and fisherman's dream destination. The lodge is nestled in the forested hills covering the island and is only a hop, skip, and jump away from the water. In fact, visitors to the area must take either a 30 minute float plane ride or a 3 hour ferry ride to reach the island. The folks from Thorne Bay Lodge pick you up at the dock.

Thorne Bay Lodge acts as a homey and comfortable base camp for those wishing to explore the island's many opportunities for outdoor adventure. At the heart of the lodge's many offerings are saltwater fishing, river fishing, and hunting opportunities that are available as both guided or self-guided outings.

River fishing on Prince of Wales Island is unlike fishing anywhere else. Thousands of streams are fed by 8

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AMAZING WINTER VISITOR: This hungry buck didn't seem to mind the storm in Staten Island!

Video Credit: Theresa Nicholson

Featured Articles

Whitetail deer are crafty critters, and to bag one, a hunter has to be even craftier. Deer have natural instincts that help protect them, and they also have some powerful senses. Their daytime and color vision are nothing to write home about, even though their night vision is better than a human’s. They don’t have the best hearing in the animal kingdom, either. According to a study conducted by Dr. Gino J. D’Angelo at the University of Georgia, deer can’t hear much better than humans can, although they can hear higher frequencies. Where whitetails really trump humans is in the smell department. A human has about five million olfactory receptors, while a deer has almost 300 million. That’s more than a dog has.

Obviously, if you hope to fill your freezer with venison this fall, you’ll have to focus on scents. Actually, it’s often more important to subtract a scent than it is to add a scent. In other words, your human scent needs to be effectively neutralized. What’s the best way to get rid of your “human smell”? Before using expensive hunting scents, try to naturally remove as much

Information about bears is often contradictory and confusing, leading to misconceptions about how bears will behave when they encounter humans. Realistically, the chance of a bear attacking and killing you is infinitesimal. While hunters kill around 30,000 black bears in North America each year, black bears only cause an average of one or two human fatalities annually. You are statistically more likely to be killed by your family pet than a wild bear.

To keep safe in bear country, you have to be able to separate fact and myth. Here are some of the most common fallacies about bears:

1. Bears have a great sense of smell, but terrible eyesight.

The truth:

Bears can see just fine, and are drawn to movement. If you are within 150 metres of a bear that's facing your direction, it probably knows you're there. Bears don't always visibly react to what they see, which leads some people to mistakenly assume a bear hasn't noticed them.

2. That bear is looking at me and yawning, so I'm in no danger.

The truth:

Yawning

Wall Hangers

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Hands down, this bowhunt is one of the best whitetail hunting stories we've told on film to date. Persistence, dedication, and a lot of faith paid off for Evan on his biggest buck to date at 172". It's not very often you get a chance at a buck of this caliber, let alone on new years day. Share with your friends and we hope you enjoy the show! http://bit.ly/2bLtfGz