Bowhunting Grizzly Bear and Caribou in the Arctic – Alaska Brooks Range – Russ Meyer and his client Kyle Hawkins archery hunt for Arctic grizzly bear and caribou in Alaska. Kyle takes a great Arctic grizzly and two caribou, while Russ gets a nice caribou with his bow. We pack out and eat our critters…healthy, organic protein…yum.

This Outfitter guides caribou hunts in over 2,000 square miles bordering Gates of the Arctic National Park. The Brooks Range is recognized as one of the most productive caribou hunting areas in all of Alaska. While you are spot and stalk hunting for trophy caribou, it isn’t uncommon to spot an arctic grizzly… We also recommend that you purchase a wolf tag as well.

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(208) 941-2330

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Trapping Traditions and New Tools For Hunting And Managing Whitetails

One of the traditions we have at The Proving Grounds is to take a final picture of all our furs before they are sent for tanning. In this episode check out all the pelts plus a new product we are using at our mineral licks. It’s time to get the archery gear ready for early season turkey hunting so watch for tips on setting up and tuning up your bows as I have a little fun this week with my new Prime Impact bow!

Hunting YouTube – geese, boar, beaver, trout, dabs and caribou

Hunting YouTube offers the best hunting, shooting and fishing videos that YouTube has to offer. This week we are showcasing Romanian geese, big Croatian boar, Scandinavian beaver, chalkstream trout, what dabs get up to, Scottish gamekeepers, three caribou bulls, and a recurve bow in the hands of an enthusiast.

This item first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 171

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Texan Whitetail Deer Hunt

Realtree Global Hunting – Team Wild’s Ian Harford is hunting Whitetail Deer on a ranch just outside Crystal City, Texas. He’s already harvested one problem buck on this land, but another roams the brush that doesn’t meet the management standards – he has to go. It’s not hunting in the sporting sense, but an essential management activity that’s vital to the future health of the herd.