Video: Hunting Moose in Eastern Canada

The anglers from Hooké have now turned the camera on hunting adventures.

From Hooké:

“As the fly-fishing season is coming to an end, it is the beginning of the hunting season. This year we have a new addition in our Hooké tv series: we are embarking on sharing our vision and passion for Hunitng. The combination of these two disciplines came instinctively for us since we have been fly fishing and hunting since day 1. Throughout our travels across the globe we have come to realize that many people practice hunting and fly fishing in the same way as we do. This is why we decided to bring to life hunting, we share the same passion and values for both sports. Hunting and fishing have been part of our history for thousands of years and we strongly believe the importance of sharing our vision to our growing audience and how we bring a new approach to age-old techniques and traditions.

Thanks to Unis TV for believing in us since the beginning and helping us share our passions, and Sépaq – Chasse et Pêche for making this clip possible.”

To check out more from Hooké, please click here.

RMEF Helps Conserve Two Chunks of Colorado Elk Habitat

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation worked with two conservation-minded families to permanently protect more than 2,300 acres of prime elk habitat in central Colorado.

“We appreciate the Mancuso and Ross families for recognizing the important conservation values of their land and reaching out to us to help permanently protect them,” said Kyle Weaver, RMEF president and CEO.

The 579-acre Burris Mountain and 1,765-acre Antelope Valley properties are located southwest of Colorado Springs between Canon City and Salida. These land projects represent RMEF’s fifth and sixth in Fremont County.

“These two conservation easements are especially important because the properties provide crucial winter range for elk and mule deer as well as a wildlife corridor between adjacent public lands,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer. “The acreage also lies within the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area and is considered high priority because of its proximity to the Arkansas River and tributary headwaters.”

The ranches contain a variety of habitat types including mountain grasslands, rock outcroppings, aspen, pinyon-juniper and ponderosa pine woodlands as well as wet meadows. Several waterways flow through the properties toward the Arkansas River to the south thus providing vital riparian habitat for an array of bird and animal life.

In addition to protecting the headwater properties of the Arkansas River and water resources downstream, the project also has links to Colorado’s historic cattlemen. Dating back to the mid to late 1800s, they homesteaded this area and used the range to establish herds and conduct cattle drives.

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.

Video: Bowhunting Caribou in Quebec

A dream caribou hunt in Quebec with Eastmans’.

From Eastmans’:

“Guy Eastman heads north to the arctic to bowhunt Labrador caribou in Quebec. Bowhunting the tundra with little cover is challenging enough, but the unusually warm weather makes this hunt even more difficult. With a stroke of luck Eastman beats the odds and arrows a respectable velvet caribou bull on this web edition of Eastmans’ Hunting TV. ”

To check out more from Eastmans’, click here.

Season 7 of MeatEater on Netflix October 2

MeatEater returns this week with new episodes on Netflix! Watch Steven Rinella as he travels and hunts (and eats).

To watch full episodes of MeatEater, click here.

Video: Hunting Giant Bull Elk in Colorado

Giant bull elk in Colorado!

From Eastmans’:

“Hunt southern Colorado elk with Karen Seaman of Sportsman’s Warehouse. With Ike Eastman’s help, Seaman patiently hunts for just the right 6-point bull.”

To check out more from Eastmans’, click here.

Badlands Introduces Artemis Tent Series – Tents Made for Hunters by Hunters

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From Badlands:

West Jordan, UT – Badlands has expanded its already robust product offering once again by offering two new backcountry tents designed to keep hunters agile, comfortable and protected from the elements. Designed with ease of use, durability and functionality in mind, the Artemis Series features one and two-person models that are available now.

Not willing to sacrifice quality and durability for miniscule weight savings, Badlands focused on high quality, long-lasting materials for the construction of the Artemis Tents. While still considered lightweight backcountry tents, the Artemis Series is built for the hunter who puts their gear through all the rigors of backcountry hunting. Features include:

  • Three Season Performance
  • Badlands Exclusive One-Piece 7001 Aluminum Pole Design
  • Welded Bathtub Floor
  • Front Porch Double-Zip Vestibule
  • Ultralight Quick-Pitch Option (utilizes footprint, poles and fly only)
  • Each Artemis Tent Includes a Footprint
  • Minimum Trail Weight = 4 lbs. 1 oz (2 Person Model) & 3 lbs 5 oz (1 Person Model)

“Our focus for the Artemis Series was making a tent that hunters can rely on for a long time,” said Badlands Marketing Manager Blake VanTussenbrook. He continued, “We didn’t add frills or gimmicks that people frankly don’t end up using. The Artemis tents are extremely easy and quick to setup and were designed for the abuse hunters put on their gear.”

The Artemis 1 Person Tent is $379.99 while the 2 Person model comes in at $439.99. Both models include a footprint and the legendary Badlands Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.

Now in its 25th year, Badlands continues to focus on exceptional quality, continuing innovation, unmatched performance and as always, the only unconditional lifetime warranty in the industry.

Video: Giant Nevada Muzzleloader Mule Deer

A big Nevada mule deer!

From Epic Outdoors:

“Deer Hunting, Nevada Muzzleloader Hunt, Jason Carter along with hunter Adam Kearney set up on a great buck with a muzzleloader. After hunting hard and putting in the time they finally get into 187 yards and wait. Adam is able to connect with the beautiful velvet buck.”

To check out more from Epic Outdoors, click here.

Video: Hunting Mule Deer in Wyoming

Mule deer pursuits in Wyoming with Eastmans’.

From Eastmans’:

“Comb the sagebrush of western Wyoming with Mike Eastman on his annual mule deer hunt. Mike has learned that hunting for a mature buck takes patience and persistence. Locating the needle in the haystack pays off for Eastman on this deer hunt.”

To check out more from Eastmans’, click here.

Video: Bowhunting Big Kansas Whitetail Deer

Big bucks in Kansas!

From The Element:

“Tyler takes it back a couple years to his beginnings as he pursues higher video production while also pursuing old Kansas bucks. His buddy and familiar face to The Element, Justin Wright, has what we would call the perfect morning. Its hard to beat the quiet sounds of yellow Cottonwood leaves falling as the morning sun warms the landscape, but throw a super old, square bodied buck chasing does on a permission property into the mix and I think we might have hit the pinnacle of deer hunting.”

To check out more from The Element, click here.

Video: Cameron Hanes Tags the Bull Elk of a Lifetime

Cameron Hanes has hunted all over the world and taken some pretty remarkable elk. For an elk to be the bull of a lifetime says a lot. Check out Cameron’s pursuit in a new video.

To check out more from Cameron Hanes, click here.