Video: Hunting Bighorn Sheep in Hungry Life: Big Sky Country from YETI

Bighorn sheep in Montana are the target in a new video from YETI.

From YETI:

“In this episode, Eduardo Garcia joins Ben Masters on a bighorn sheep hunt in Big Sky Country – recognized as the hardest hunt in the lower 48 states. The vast, treacherous terrain offers the ideal setting for a meal rich with the joy of working for it – an ingredient in no shortage at 9,700 feet.”

To check out more from YETI, click here.

Video: First Mule Deer in New Mexico

A first mule deer in New Mexico!

From The Mountain Project:

“After not seeing a deer the evening after Kevin’s giant mule deer, Kevin finds two good bucks the next morning. But in a thick burn, the bucks keep moving, with Chase having to relocate several times before being able to make a shot. Season 4 is back in New Mexico where the Chase and Kevin show continues on a public land mule deer hunt.”

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

Video: Hunting Public Land Mule Deer in New Mexico

New Mexico muleys are the target of a hunt with The Mountain Project.

From The Mountain Project:

“The late night and long drive pay off, and Kevin connects on a dandy mule deer opening morning. Season 4 is back in New Mexico where the Chase and Kevin show continues on a public land mule deer hunt.”

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

Video: Hunting High Country Elk in Wyoming

A new video from Stuck N The Rut features an impressive shot on an elk in Wyoming.

From Stuck N The Rut:

“After hunting Idaho, now it is time to go after elk in Wyoming. Tom drew this tag through WTA TAGS. Every new area we hunt has new obstacles. On this hunt, there is general resident deer tags and a previous cow elk season that either pushed most of the herds in the private land or the timber. Blaze orange on every ridge makes this hunt not as desirable as we hoped, but after spending a couple days, we were seeing most of the activity in the timber. There is a technique we like to call “timber pounding.” Sneaking in timber, and making quick shots as elk run off, that is how we have grown up hunting, but very difficult catching a timber pound hunt on video because everything happens so fast. Thankfully, gopro and Travis’s Handi Cam captured the entire hunt on film. This was an incredible shot captured on film. Thank you for watching, and don’t forget to subscribe!!! Wyoming elk hunting!”

To check out more from Stuck N The Rut, click here.

Video: Hunting Mule Deer in Western Wyoming

Eastmans’ heads to Wyoming in search of a mature mule deer.

From Eastmans’:

“Ike Eastman hunts the aspen and sagebrush country of western Wyoming for a trophy mule deer. Hunting deer in deep sagebrush is extra challenging. Eastman must be patient to find the right buck in the right scenario for an ethical shot.”

To check out more from Eastmans’, click here.

Video: Hunting West Texas Aoudad

The crew from The Mountain Project head to Texas for aoudad!

From the filmmakers:

“After finishing Hunter’s muzzleloader elk hunt, Kevin grabs a group of friends and heads back to West Texas, where a year ago, we got 5 Aoudad rams in 3 days (5IY). This year the weather is crap again, but the group pulls off some great shots on great rams. Season 4 heads back to familiar cliffs in West Texas looking for Aoudad rams.”

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

Federal Ammunition Unveils New Enhanced Mobile Ballistics App

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ANOKA, Minnesota – July 9, 2018 – Federal Ammunition’s new enhanced mobile app is a powerful tool to help hunters and shooters streamline and maximize all facets of the shooting experience.

“Technology drives everything at Federal Ammunition,” said Federal Senior Digital Marketing Manager Angie Sullivan. “This all-new app brings a range of advanced tools to one convenient place and allows you to access them even while offline.”

Compatible with Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, the new ballistics app features updated ballistic calculator data and the ability to save ballistics, plus updated ammo recommendations and a fresh, new, user-friendly design.

“With the new Federal Ammunition app, hunters and shooters can quickly and easily determine the trajectory for any rifle or handgun load, and save the data for future reference,” Sullivan continued. “Plus, the app allows you to identify which ammunition to use in a variety of shooting situations, locate your closest Federal dealer and find a nearby shooting range where you can enjoy all the benefits of Federal’s industry leading products.”

The ballistics app also offers detailed information on the components and technology that set Federal Premium products apart from other ammunition.

Consumers can get the app through the iTunes Store or Google Play.

For more information about Federal Ammunition and the new ballistics app, go to

About Federal Ammunition
Federal, headquartered in Anoka, MN, is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. From humble beginnings nestled among the lakes and woods of Minnesota, Federal Ammunition has evolved into one of the world’s largest producers of sporting ammunition. Beginning in 1922, founding president, Charles L. Horn, paved the way for our success. Today, Federal carries on Horn’s vision for quality products and service with the next generation of outdoorsmen and women. We maintain our position as experts in the science of ammunition production. Every day we manufacture products to enhance our customers’ shooting experience while partnering with the conservation organizations that protect and support our outdoor heritage. We offer thousands of options in our Federal Premium and Federal lines-it’s what makes us the most complete ammunition company in the business and provides our customers with a choice no matter their pursuit. For more information on Federal, visit

Video: Hunting Dall Sheep in the High Country

Hitting the high country for Dall sheep!

From The Experience:

“Still one of my greatest adventures; the start of a sheep hunting journey that I could have never imagined. – Dan Catlin”

To check out more from The Experience, click here.

Video: Elk Hunting in Arizona

From Alaska to Arizona, the team from The Mountain Project keeps busy with big game hunting in the U.S.

From the filmmakers:

“While Jay and Sam have been battling the wind and rain on Kodiak Island, Kevin has been cooked in the intense late summer Arizona sun. But the heat isn’t stopping the bulls from wanting hot cows, and Kevin and Hunter take advantage of the season. Season 4 is back in Arizona hunting elk.”

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

Video: Hunting Mountain Goat in Alaska

The hunt continues with The Mountain Project.

From the filmmakers:

“After Jay cuts his harvest ticket and uses his locking tag on a Kodiak Island Mountain goat, he and Sam return to the goat mountain to film Jeremy’s other client’s hunt, and hopefully find a blacktail for Sam. Season 4 swings back to Kodiak Island.”

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