Trailer: Hunting Elk in Arizona in Uncommon Ground

A new film trailer has dropped with elk hunting in Arizona with Randy Newberg.

From Randy Newberg:

“A trailer to a film we have been working on; Uncommon Ground. Brought to you in partnership with Leupold.

The film will premiere April 13 at the Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Rendezvous in Boise, Idaho. Following this premiere, the film will be available on Amazon Prime and eventually here on YouTube.

This film was made possible by BHA, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Coconino National Forest, Arizona Game and Fish, and the great help of friends Wade Zarlingo and Clayton Crowder. Editing by Marcus Hockett. Cinematography by Marcus Hockett, Ty Stubblefield, and Tyler Johnerson. Filmed in the Kachina Peaks Wilderness of northern Arizona.”

To check out more from Randy Newberg, click here.

Video: Hunting Dall Sheep in Alaska

Dall sheep are the focus of a hunt in Alaska in a video from The Mountain Project.

From The Mountain Project:

“Chase and Jay start the season off by boarding a Boeing in Phoenix and flying to Anchorage Alaska. Then board a Super Cub in Anchorage to get into the sheep mountains of central Alaska. They find a good Dall Sheep ram right away, but it’s in the nasties, and there’s still a full day before the season opens. Season 4 kicks off with Jay and Chase chasing Dall Sheep in Alaska with Rogue Expeditions.”

To check out more from The Mountain Project, click here.

New Savage 110 Brush Hunter Stops the Toughest Game in Its Tracks

Savage BrushHunter rifle

WESTFIELD, Massachusetts – March 29, 2018 – The new 110 Brush Hunter from Savage is built to beat the toughest hunting conditions and stop the biggest game in its tracks. Shipments of these firearms are currently being delivered to dealers.

Length-of-pull is easily customized to fit any shooter for comfort and consistency, and the user- adjustable AccuTrigger provides a light, crisp pull. The rifle is built on Savage’s time-tested 110 platform but with a modern design and improved ergonomics.

Its 20-inch, stainless steel, medium-contour barrel is threaded with an end cap and cradled securely within a rugged synthetic stock. As a bonus to hunters pursuing big game in close quarters, the 7.38-pound rifle’s oversize bolt handle and dependable iron sights are perfect for making fast shots count.

Features & Benefits
• Adjustable length-of-pull
• User-adjustable AccuTrigger
• New Model 110 design and ergonomics
• Black synthetic stock
• 20-inch stainless steel barrel threaded with an end cap
• Adjustable iron sights
• Detachable box magazine

Part No. / Description / MSRP
57043 / 338 Win. Mag., 20-inch barrel / $784
57044 / 375 Ruger, 20-inch barrel / $784

Savage is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. To learn more about Savage, visit

About Vista Outdoor Inc.
Vista Outdoor is a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer of consumer products in the growing outdoor sports and recreation markets. The company operates in two segments, Shooting Sports and Outdoor Products, and has a portfolio of well-recognized brands that provides consumers with a wide range of performance-driven, high-quality and innovative products for individual outdoor recreational pursuits. Vista Outdoor products are sold at leading retailers and distributors across North America and worldwide. Vista Outdoor is headquartered in Utah and has manufacturing operations and facilities in 13 U.S. States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico along with international customer service, sales and sourcing operations in Asia, Australia, Canada, and Europe. For news and information, visit or follow us on Twitter @VistaOutdoorInc and Facebook at

Video: Hunting Caribou and Grizzly Bear in Alaska

Hunting caribou and grizzlies in Alaska in a new video from Team Wild TV. Talk about a bucket list hunt!

To check out more from Team Wild TV, click here.

Video: Hunting Giant Caribou in Alaska

Big Alaskan caribou in a new video from The Mountain Project.

From The Mountain Project:

“There’s a big Caribou in the the mountains, and after a day and a half to clean up and gear up, Chase and Jay are back in the mountains looking for it. Not able to hunt the same day you fly, they do a big loop around camp looking for bulls. Season 4 continues with Chase and Jay looking for Caribou in the Talkeetna Mountains of Alaska.”

To check out more from The Mountain Project, click here.

Video: Hunting Trophy Mule Deer in Colorado

Hunting big Colorado muleys in a video from Eastmans’.

From Eastmans’:

“Take to the oakbrush country of southern Colorado with Guy Eastman as he hunts for a trophy mule deer buck. Eastman is aiming to take a Boone and Crockett typical deer on this hunt. A close encounter with a monster nontypical might just change his mind.”

To check out more from Eastmans’, click here.

Video: Hunting Giant Bull Elk in Arizona

The Mountain Project has been putting out a lot of great content lately. In a video from a while back, anglers hunt the giant bulls of Arizona.

From The Mountain Project:

“Chase travels to Alaska to hunt a big bull moose… a dream he’s had for 15 years.”

To check out more from The Mountain Project, click here.

Video: Hunting Late Season Bull Elk in Colorado

Trekking in the snow for late season bull elk in Colorado!

From Epic Mountain Hunter:

“One Month after Doug’s left knee replacement he was determined to go on this elk hunt knowing that it would be difficult and would need help in order to be successful. He was able to harvest a great bull despite having limited mobility.”

To check out more from Epic Mountain Hunter, click here.

ElimiShield HUNT Core Body Foam Eliminates Odor-Causing Bacteria

ElimiShield HUNT Core Body Foam

Danville, Ala. (March 6, 2018)ElimiShield® now offers the industry’s first FDA-compliant, direct-to-skin scent control with its HUNT Core™ Body Foam, utilizing a proprietary nanotechnology that kills more than 99.99 percent of odor-causing bacteria at the cellular level. ElimiShield HUNT Core Body Foam is designed to be used before going out into the field, providing all-day protection from odor-causing bacteria with a single application. ElimiShield HUNT Core Body Foam is powerful enough to eliminate odor-causing bacteria, yet is gentle on skin with an alcohol-free formula.
For the best results in the field, ElimiShield recommends using all four HUNT products in the three-step odor elimination system developed specifically for hunters. Step A is personal hygiene, including Core Body Foam as well as a Hair & Body Wash. Step B is laundering hunting clothes with ElimiShield Laundry Detergent. Step C is the Scent Elimination Spray for use on base & outer layers as well as all hunting gear that cannot go into the washing machine. ElimiShield Scent Elimination Spray utilizes an odor-eliminating technology similar to the Core Body Foam.
The new ElimiShield HUNT Core Body Foam is available directly from Hunter Safety Systems, the ElimiShield HUNT exclusive outdoor distributor of all products. ElimiShield HUNT Core Body Foam comes in a 7 oz bottle and a 96 oz. bottle and can be purchased directly online at or at for a suggested retail price of $11.99 and $129.99 respectively.  All ElimiShield products carry a money-back guarantee if the user is not satisfied.


About ElimiShield Scent Control Technology
The patented, proprietary, nanotechnology formula in ElimiShield HUNT Core Body Foam was originally developed for disease and infection control in the healthcare and institutional environments. The technology also proves to eliminate odors, as the complex ElimiShield molecule bonds naturally to skin as well as most porous and nonporous surfaces. It leaves a microscopically abrasive shield that eliminates odor-causing particles on contact. This mechanism is far superior to other methods that either poison bacteria or attempt to absorb human odors after they form. In addition to the nanotechnology, certain ElimiShield products include bio-based ingredients to neutralize malodors that are encountered in the field, ensuring all surfaces remain scent-free. Hunter Safety System, the industry leader in treestand safety, is the exclusive distributor of ElimiShield HUNT products to the outdoor industry. For information on this line, contact Hunter Safety System, 8237 Danville Road, Danville, AL 35619; call toll-free 877-296-3528; or visit

RMEF Endowment Makes $7.7 Million Difference for Elk Country (So Far)

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its Torstenson Family Endowment (TFE) and the wide-ranging impact it continues to leave on elk country from coast to coast.

“Since its establishment five years ago, the TFE has allowed us to accelerate timely impactful on-the-ground conservation work benefitting elk and elk country in a manner we could not do previously,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer.

With the blessing of the Torstenson family, RMEF sold the 93,000-acre Torstenson Wildlife Center, previously known as the Double-H Ranch, gifted to RMEF in 2002 by Bob Torstenson. The 2012 transaction established the $30 million TFE, believed to be one of the largest endowments ever gifted to a hunter-based, wildlife conservation organization.

RMEF uses earnings, interest and appreciation generated from the endowment to solely further its core mission programs.

Over the last five years, the now $38 million endowment provided a total of more than $7.7 million dollars across 37 states and one Canadian province, including:

  • nearly $4.1 million across 13 states that opened or improved public access to 268,000 acres of public land and permanently protected 45,000 acres
  • $1.8 million for hunting heritage programs reaching more than 353,000 youth and adults across 31 states and one Canadian province
  • $883,000 for various wildlife management and research projects
  • $789,000 for habitat enhancement work benefitting 72,200 acres across 19 states home to wild elk
  • 236,000 for elk restoration work in Virginia and Wisconsin

“The Torstenson Family Endowment stands as a perpetual tribute to the late Bob Torstenson. His love of elk, wild places and his desire to spread our traditional hunting lifestyle to the generations that follow will continue to be manifested for years to come,” added Henning.

About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:

Founded over 30 years ago, fueled by hunters and a membership of more than 227,000 strong, RMEF has conserved more than 7.3 million acres for elk and other wildlife. RMEF also works to open and improve public access, fund and advocate for science-based resource management, and ensure the future of America’s hunting heritage. Discover why “Hunting Is Conservation™” at or 800-CALL ELK.

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