Monthly Archives: September 2010

It’s open season for … weddings? Are you kidding me?

It’s that time of year again. The big opener for more seasons than you can shake a stick at. Deer, elk, waterfowl, chukar, huns, turkeys … and apparently weddings. Listen here to today’s show, and you’ll find out what I’m … Continue reading

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Avoid trouble when you hunt in bear country

If you hunt where grizzly bears hang out, you’re probably already taking steps to avoid becoming bear bait. But there are more bears in Wyoming now than we’ve had for quite some time, and your chances for an encounter are … Continue reading

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Don’t waste a weekend

I hope you had a chance to get out in the field this past weekend. There isn’t much that’ll improve your mood for another week at work like a good hunt on a weekend. Click here to hear today’s Great … Continue reading

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Don’t get too close to the wildlife

On a recent trip to Grand Teton National Park, I saw some folks getting way too close to wild animals. It’s a fairly common sight in the national parks, but it’s not a good idea. Listen to today’s show here … Continue reading

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Map me!

Put a map in my hands, and I’m a happy camper. That’s one of my favorite things about hunting, actually. Listen to today’s show here to find out if you’re a mapaholic, too.

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Know the laws before you go hunting

Game violations aren’t just committed by people who break the laws on purpose. Many citations are handed out each year because people don’t know the laws. Don’t break the rules on accident. Click here to listen to today’s show, where … Continue reading

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Tents are inherently evil — Part II

Yesterday I told you how a tent can throw itself in the water to ruin an outdoor trip. Click here to listen to today’s episode of The Great Outdoors, and you’ll hear how the tents belonging to people I know … Continue reading

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