Luck in the Breaks

A tale of a successful quest for a mature mule deer in the river breaks of Idaho (October 2017). Deep Countree is no longer publishing. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ The digital dashboard clock read 6:10am on day three of my four-day mule deer hunt in the river breaks of Idaho. Time was wearing thin. There was plenty of... Continue Reading →

From Raghorns to Riches

An special draw elk hunt in Idaho's Unit 37, Big Lost Wilderness, gave us four seasons with warm summer sun, firgid winter temps, gale-force winds, snow and fog, forty-five miles of steep mountain terrain, botched stalks, and sleepless nights. What we took from it? Incredible scenery, solitude, mental and physical health, and in the end,... Continue Reading →

Thankful for the Opportunity

Fall sparks a time of reflection and thanks, and the Thanksgiving holiday is a perfect time to be thankful for our public lands and natural wonders. Published in the Waitsburg Times, November 7th, 2019. The month of November is a special month. Not only because it’s like an extension of October in the Walla Walla... Continue Reading →

Just Follow the Dog

Breaking into upland bird hunting can be intimidating, what with the spendy gear and quintessential image folks push on social media these days. But the bottom line, the only requirements are to grab your shotgun and just follow the dog. Published in the Waitsburg Times, December 5th, 2019. A hint of the long shadows of... Continue Reading →

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