Frank E. Baker shares 13 outdoor mistakes he’s made during half a century of exploring Alaska that you can avoid.
Nick Jans writes that the real work of hunting begins after the animal is down, in the diligence needed to properly take care of the meat.
Shockproof and waterproof, these binoculars are made for heavy field use. They also do well in low light and are durable.
Tales bear encounters, moose, and beautiful country from a father and son who are sheep hunting in the Chugach.
Heather Douville lives in the Tongass National Forest and has honed her impressive skillset from years of hunting, fishing, and gathering.
Adventure Medical Kits offers a wide variety of ready-made first aid kits targeted to different pursuits and scenarios.
Eric Beeman recounts the tale of a Kodiak deer hunt when a bear got to the deer before he and a client could.
Sheep hunters have short memories and never remember the hunt, writes Elijah Waters. If sheep hunters did remember it, there wouldn’t be any sheep hunters.
Gear editor Bjorn Dihle recommends saving yourself hours of headache and buying a quality meat grinder before hunting season.
Looking for game and enjoying being in the mountains is how most hunters actually spend their time when out there. Here, the author’s brother contemplates caribou country. Photo by Bjorn Dihle. MC, my better half, exhaled like an enraged grizzly and flung an antique rocking chair against our home’s wall. Hell knows no fury like an Alaskan woman who wants to go hunting but can’t get time off from work. “If I can’t go caribou hunting you sure as Peter Piper’s pickled peppers can’t either!” she yelled. MC had been a gentle vegetarian when we met, but on our second date, which took place deep in the wilderness, she was faced with a situation where she had to kill or be killed. There, beneath the aurora dancing across the night sky, as wolves howled in tribute, she tasted the blood of the beast for the first time and there was…