Dog-Killing Cat

Dog-Killing Cat

  The 500 block of North Sunset Canyon Drive in Burbank is only 30 minutes of California traffic from downtown Los Angeles—between 15 and 20 minutes from attractions like Universal, Warner Bros., and Walt Disney Studios. It’s location...
Grizzly that Killed Yellowstone Hiker Put Down

Grizzly that Killed Yellowstone Hiker Put Down

  The grizzly that mauled, killed, and partially ate a Yellowstone hiker is dead. The Associated Press reported that Yellowstone National Park officials euthanized the sow after DNA confirmed she was the bear that killed Lance Crosby, 63, near the...
Hit That Deer

Hit That Deer

  No, you didn’t read the title wrong. The best thing you can do when a deer is in the headlights and you can’t slow down is to hit it straight on. That’s what research by the US Forest Service has found. USFS wildlife biologist Sandra Jacobson...
The New Jeremiah Johnson?

The New Jeremiah Johnson?

  Jeremiah Johnson has sparked more interest in the western trapper and hunter than probably any other movie. Robert Redford played the titular character,  a disillusioned Mexican War veteran looking to escape civilization and live among the Rocky Mountains....
Pie Shop Suffers Second Bear Break-In

Pie Shop Suffers Second Bear Break-In

  A bear broke into Lyons, Colorado’s Colorado Cherry Company July 13. It ate 24 pies, carried two away for later, and generally trashed the bakery before leaving.  “He made his way right in, hopped on top of the oven, hopped down and had a...
Joshua Creek Ranch Aids Flood Victims

Joshua Creek Ranch Aids Flood Victims

On June 27, Joshua Creek Ranch hosted the First Annual Texas Hill Country Shooting Classic & Sporting Expo. The clay shooting event attracted nearly 200 shooters who competed for more than $25,000 in prizes and awards. More importantly, Joshua Creek Ranch...
Remington, Cornhole, and July 4

Remington, Cornhole, and July 4

Remington is ubiquitous, which is a word that gets thrown around far too often in the hunting industry. Remington deserves the label though, with items ranging from guns to knives to barbecue sauce all carrying its logo. One of the few products Remington hasn’t...
Life Among Serpents

Life Among Serpents

From the March/April 2007 issue of  Sporting Classics.   I bought one of those Carolina Kettles, you might have seen them advertised here, the reproduction of the old syrup cookers—cast iron, fifty, sixty gallons,...
Dad Wasn’t a Hunter

Dad Wasn’t a Hunter

From the March/April 2006 issue of  Sporting Classics.   Dad wasn’t a hunter, but he was an enabler.  We were farm kids, mostly, third-generation Norwegian and Kraut and Bohemian and Dutch immigrants, but we put no hyphens in front of American. We...
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