Review of the ICONX Heated Core Vest from Pnuma

I was out of my element. I was accustomed to the mountains, hiking, glassing and using the terrain to find, stalk and take my prey. Illinois felt to me like a whole new world. Nothing was the same or familiar and as a seasoned hunter with 20 years of experience under my belt it felt…

Tristan’s Boone And Crockett Moose

  Hunting season begins early in the year long before the weather turns and the freezer starts to empty. The future season actually begins when the draw results come out in June. That is when the planning can begin as it depends on what you draw. When this information pops up on our Montana Fish…

The Great Bait Debate

  Love it, hate it or indifferent on the topic, bear baiting deserves a candid conversation on the pros and the cons of this long debated practice. Bear baiting, in a way, stands alone in the sea of hunting practices as it is the only legal big game species to bait in some of the…

Apricot Glazed Bacon Wrapped Cajun Moose Tenderloin

Apricot, Cajun spice, bacon and moose dance together in a parade of the masters of flavor. They present themselves at the pinnacle of their glory in this dish, Apricot Glazed Bacon Wrapped Cajun Moose Tenderloin. I love everything about this blend of sweet, salty and savory. What’s not to love? Ingredients: Moose Tenderloin 1 lb…

Vortex Optics Kaibab HD 15×56 Roof Prism Binocular Review

  The Kaibab binoculars from Vortex Optics are to the binocular industry what the one-ton truck is to the automobile industry. Think big and powerful and you will be on the right track. Weighing in at 43.5 oz. these 56 mm lens binoculars are nearly double the size of a regular binocular such as the…