Video: Bowhunting Buffalo in “TATANKA”

Buffalo hunting in Southern California!

From The Experience:

“We travel west to the rolling hills of Southern California to chase Buffalo with Lorenzo Sartini of GoHunt. Its been a lifelong dream of his to chase these ancient animals with stick & string . . .”

To check out more from The Experience, click here.

Video: Hunting the South Island of New Zealand

Hushin has just dropped a new video, and on their latest adventure, the Hushin crew head to New Zealand for a number of species.

From Hushin:

“welcome to New Zealand. Follow along with us as we head to New Zealand with the winner of the Mtn Ops-Hush Hunt Giveaway. We will be hunting the South Island for Red Stag, Tahr and Chamois with Cardrona’s Safaris.”

To check out more from Hushin, please click here.

Muley Country Hat from RepYourWater Benefits Backcountry Hunters and Anglers

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RepYourWater has made a special hat in collaboration with Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. The good-looking hat shows love for mule deer and 1% goes to the organization.

To check out this hat from RepYourWater, click here.

YETI Expands Iconic Outdoor Line with Release of New Products, Models

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From YETI:

Austin, Texas (June 29, 2017) — YETI, a leading outdoor brand, has announced a variety of new offerings to join its iconic line of premium goods. Today, the brand is proud to reveal two new product categories: Panga, a series of 100%-submersible duffel bags; and LoadOut, a built-for-any-venture, virtually indestructible bucket. YETI also introduces two additional models to its popular Hopper Flip family of anything but soft, soft coolers.

“A tremendous amount of research, development and testing goes into creating our products,” says YETI CEO Matt Reintjes. “As a market leader within the outdoor space, we have to ensure our products are up to the highest standards, and Panga and LoadOut are no exception. The new Hopper Flip models add variety and versatility to an already exceptional line. Our products continue to allow users to push the boundaries and go further than ever before.”

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The completely airtight and submersible Panga duffel bag ensures that your gear will remain protected from the harshest conditions, thanks to a variety of durable features, including: a 100% waterproof zipper; an abrasion- and puncture-resistant exterior shell; multiple removable, comfortable straps and lash points; burly metal hardware; and easy-to-access interior stowaway mesh pockets.

Whether you’re hauling, bailing, cleaning or stowing, the virtually indestructible LoadOut bucket is your new extra-tough, dependable sidekick that’s up for any task. Boasting more than a 300lb load capacity, the injection-molded LoadOut is equipped with a non-slip, non-marking base, as well as a variety of heavy-duty handles and tie down points for a smooth, comfortable and confident carry.

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This food-safe bucket is paired perfectly with the various LoadOut accessories, including: a see-through, water-tight and wildly strong LoadOut Lid; a divider tray dubbed the “LoadOut Caddy” — providing three large storage compartments; and a LoadOut Utility Gear Belt with a 100lb capacity, making it easy to keep all your gear organized.

The Panga will be available in three separate models (50, 75, 100) and in one color — Storm Gray — through limited authorized dealers and on in fall 2017. Retail prices range from $299.99 to $399.99.

The LoadOut will be available in four colors — White, Tan, Charcoal and Seafoam — through authorized dealers and on in fall 2017. LoadOut accessories, including the LoadOut Lid, Caddy, and Utility Gear Belt will be sold separately. Retail prices range from $19.99 to $39.99.

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The popular soft cooler, the Hopper Flip — a 100% leakproof, tough-as-nails, carry-the-day soft cooler – is now available in three models: Hopper Flip 8, 12 and 18. Making a name for itself in 2016 for ice retention and durability, the Hopper Flip family’s compact, cubed design makes for easy hauling while the wide-mouth opening provides greater visibility and access to its contents. The YETI Hopper Flip 8 and 18 extend the Hopper Flip product offering with a unique personal carry option and versatile models.

Hopper Flip 8 and 18 will be available in the Fog Gray and Field Tan color options through authorized dealers and on starting August 3, 2017. Retail prices will range from $199.99 to 299.99.

About YETI

Founded in Austin, Texas in 2006, YETI is a leading premium outdoor brand. The world’s top hunters, anglers, outdoor adventurers, BBQ pitmasters, and ranch and rodeo professionals trust YETI to stand up to the world’s harshest conditions. For more on the company and its full line of products and accessories, visit

YETI Releases MagSlider Lids

YETI has a nice new lid solution for Tumblers that will keep heat and cold in while preventing spilling.

From YETI:

“The MagSlider Lid means enjoying drinks from our Rambler Tumblers without worrying about splashes on the go. Unlike other closeable drink lids, ours harness the power of magnets (yep, real magnets) for smooth opening and closing, and have a crystal clear lid so you can always see if you’re in need of a top off. Our magnet technology also makes for easy cleaning — you can pop the MagSlider off, rinse, dry, and return it to the YETI Slider Lid. And the MagSlider Lid is dishwasher safe and shatter-resistant, just like the rest of our Rambler accessories.”

To check out the MagSlider Lid, click here.

Department of Interior Announces Recovery and Delisting of Yellowstone Grizzly Population

From The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:

MISSOULA, Mont.—The U.S. Department of Interior announced the recovery of the Yellowstone grizzly bear population as well as its intent to remove federal protections and return management to state agencies.

“The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation supports the delisting of grizzly bears,” said David Allen, RMEF president and CEO. “It’s been a long time coming and we think this is the appropriate move by Secretary Zinke and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.”

The Yellowstone population rebounded from as few as 136 bears in 1975 to an estimated 700 today. Confirmed sightings of grizzlies are taking place in locations where they have not previously been seen for more than 100 years as they extend their range in the Northern Rockies.

“This achievement stands as one of America’s great conservation successes; the culmination of decades of hard work and dedication on the part of the state, tribal, federal and private partners,” said U.S, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke. “As a Montanan, I’m proud of what we’ve achieved together.”

The Yellowstone grizzly population meets all delisting criteria. These factors include not only the number and distribution of bears throughout the ecosystem, but also the quantity and quality of the habitat available and the states’ commitments to manage the population from now on in a manner that maintains its healthy and secure status.

“We do caution everybody to manage their expectations about the potential of hunting grizzly bears. The reality is there will be very minimal hunting of grizzly bears for the next several years. Those who oppose the delisting are going to try and use ‘trophy hunting’ as a major obstacle and reason not to delist grizzly bears. It’s purely rhetoric and propaganda,” added Allen.

The final rule, and the supporting documents, will publish in coming days in the Federal Register and the rule will take effect 30 days after publication.

About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:
Founded over 30 years ago, fueled by hunters and a membership of more than 220,000 strong, RMEF has conserved more than 7.1 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. Take action: join and/or donate.

Video: Bighorn Sheep Battle in Yellowstone

The athleticism of these animals is absolutely incredible.

In a video tease for National Geographic, bighorns battle it out in Yellowstone National Park.

To check out more from this video maker, click here.