Video: Bowhunting Backcountry Mule Deer in Wyoming


Do-it-yourself backcountry bowhunting for mule deer in Wyoming!

From Eastmans’:

“Take to Wyoming’s public land with bowhunter Dan Pickar on a DIY backcountry mule deer hunt on this episode of Beyond the Grid. Pickar is bowhunting a new area in hopes of turning up a high country velvet buck. After two hard winters, Pickar is pleasantly surprised by the velvet deer, a mountain monarch, that he glasses up. Hunting the high country has it’s challenges, physical and otherwise, but Pickar overcomes and finishes with an heart-pounding archery mule deer harvest.”

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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!”

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Video: Bowhunting Backcountry Bucks in Wyoming

Bowhunting the backcountry in a video from Eastmans’.

From Eastmans’:

“Take to the mountains of Wyoming with bowhunter Brian Barney to hunt high-country mule deer. This hunt is a challenge under good circumstances, but hunter densities add another level of struggle for Barney.”

To check out more from Eastmans’, click here.

Video: Wilderness DIY Bowhunting for Wyoming Elk


Part two of a DIY Wyoming elk hunting video from Eastmans’.

From Eastmans’:

“Return the Wyoming wilderness with bowhunter Dan Pickar as he works to close the deal on a big bull. Hunting and harvesting in grizzly bear habitat means extra precautions, but Pickar is up to the challenge.”

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Video: Bowhunting Bull Elk in Grizzly Territory


When the wild is wild! An elk hunt in Wyoming is spiced up by grizzly bears in a full-length video from Eastmans’.

From Eastmans’:

“FULL EPISODE! Bowhunt elk in the heart of grizzly bear country in this episode of Beyond the Grid TV by Eastmans’. Bowhunter Dan Pickar travels deep into the wilderness of Wyoming to chase bull elk in early September. Hunting in grizzly bear habitat has Pickar taking extra precautions. Learn tips and tricks for staying safe and successfully hunting elk in grizzly bear habitat.”

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Video: Bowhunting Public Land Elk in Wyoming


Do-it-yourself bowhunting for public land elk in Wyoming. Doesn’t get much better!

From Eastmans’:

“Bowhunter Dan Pickar heads to the timber of central Wyoming for a DIY elk hunt. This public land hunt is packed with elk encounters.”

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Video: Hunting High Country Mule Deer in Wyoming


Hitting the Wyoming high country with MTN OPS!

From MTN OPS:

“Watch MTN OPS customer, Sadee Sholly Anderson and her father Todd Sholly (owner of Red Rock Precision) conquer through some extreme conditions while chasing mule deer in the rugged mountains of Wyoming. See the full photo essay and gear list here: https://mtnops.com/7-years-too-long/

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Video: Bowhunting Elk in the Wyoming Wilderness


Bowhunting the Wyoming wilderness!

From Eastmans’:

“Escape to the Wyoming wilderness with bowhunter Dan Pickar. He’s after a trophy bull, but he won’t be the only predator in these hills. This DIY public land hunt is in the heart of grizzly country.”

To check out more from Eastmans’, click here.

Elk Habitat Protected in Wyoming

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and Natural Resources Conservation Service worked with a private landowner to permanently protect 2,132 acres of wildlife habitat in southeast Wyoming.

“This conservation easement maintains large-scale habitat connectivity in a portion of Wyoming that benefits a wide range of wildlife including elk, mule deer, turkey and plains sharp-tailed grouse,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer.

“Through partnerships between the NRCS, private landowners, and lands trusts such as the RMEF, conservation through easements will continue into perpetuity, allowing future generations the opportunity to enjoy open spaces and wildlife,” said Astrid Martinez, state conservationist, NRCS Wyoming.

The landscape features native rangeland, sage brush steppe, several springs and stands of Ponderosa pine, cottonwood and box elder. That habitat translates into vital year-round and winter range for up to 500 elk.

The Natural Resources Conservation Service, Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust, Wyoming Governors Big Game License Coalition, Wyoming Game and Fish and RMEF’s Torstenson Family Endowment (TFE) provided funding for the project.

“We are grateful to landowners like these who understand the importance of their property’s habitat resource values while carefully managing their land and water for wildlife and livestock alike,” added Henning.

This conservation easement shares three linear miles of its southern border with the 2013 RMEF Cottonwood Creek project that permanently protects 3,329 acres of elk habitat and buffers nearby Bureau of Land Management and Wyoming state lands.

RMEF uses TFE funding solely to further its core mission programs of permanent land protection, habitat stewardship, elk restoration and hunting heritage.

About the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation:
Founded over 30 years ago, fueled by hunters and a membership of more than 222,000 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 www.rmef.org,www.elknetwork.com or 800-CALL ELK.

Video: Hunting Antelope in Wyoming


Zac Griffith is having a great year! In a new video, Griffith heads to Wyoming to hunt antelope.

From Griffith:

“Awesome hunt and experience with my new Weatherby Vanguard 6.5×300. This is a fast, flat round and there’s no better animal to chase with it than antelope!”

To check out more from Zac Griffith, click here.