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  • November 11, 2014 8:00 am
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A thank you to our veterans, especially the late PFC George DelHomme.

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Pubescent Green

  • April 25, 2014 10:03 am
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As a budding teenager, I mowed lawns for cash in our neighborhood . While doing so, things began to happen underneath my disturbingly tight, fluorescent orange shorts. These strange things made me take notice of the neighborhood girls, namely my friend’s sister. Her name was Katie. She had legs like a muppet and a dead front tooth, and she was beautiful.

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The 12 Best Things About Montana Wilderness The 12 Best Things About Montana Wilderness

The 12 Best Things About Montana Wilderness

  • April 14, 2014 9:47 am
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With the 50th Anniversary of the Act coming up in September, I thought it only fair to shout from the mountain tops (or the Internet) why I love these places. What follows is a slideshow of some of the best times the big W has given me.

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The Wild Treasures of Horn Hunting The Wild Treasures of Horn Hunting

The Wild Treasures of Horn Hunting

  • March 31, 2014 10:15 am
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A sign of spring, fresh shed antlers have an innocent beauty, which, at times, will call upon the not-so-innocent nature of the human spirit….An essay by Hal Herring

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Opinion

Taking a Bullet for Conservation

Taking a Bullet for Conservation

It’s time for sportsmen to pony up even more for conservation

Jan 27, 2012 2:23

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Possession

Possession

And to be possessed, you must hunt him. To hunt him, you must kill him. The words of this hard verity are etched arrow deep into every sandstone bluff, screamed by every dying rabbit, whispered against the cheek of every hunter.

Apr 7, 2014 9:31

The Greatest

Greatest Hunter Series: Ben Lily

Greatest Hunter Series: Ben Lily

“Anybody can kill a deer. It takes a man to kill a varmint.”
–Benjamin Vernon Lilly

Mar 20, 2014 18:36

Conservation

The 12 Best Things About Montana Wilderness

The 12 Best Things About Montana Wilderness

With the 50th Anniversary of the Act coming up in September, I thought it only fair to shout from the mountain tops (or the Internet) why I love these places. What follows is a slideshow of some of the best times the big W has given me.

Apr 14, 2014 9:47

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Relics

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A thank you to our veterans, especially the late PFC George DelHomme.

Pubescent Green

Pubescent Green

As a budding teenager, I mowed lawns for cash in our neighborhood . While doing so, things began to happen underneath my disturbingly tight, fluorescent orange shorts. These strange things made me take notice of the neighborhood girls, namely my friend’s sister. Her name was Katie. She had legs like a muppet and a dead front tooth, and she was beautiful.

The 12 Best Things About Montana Wilderness

The 12 Best Things About Montana Wilderness

With the 50th Anniversary of the Act coming up in September, I thought it only fair to shout from the mountain tops (or the Internet) why I love these places. What follows is a slideshow of some of the best times the big W has given me.

The Wild Treasures of Horn Hunting

The Wild Treasures of Horn Hunting

A sign of spring, fresh shed antlers have an innocent beauty, which, at times, will call upon the not-so-innocent nature of the human spirit….An essay by Hal Herring

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