Sometimes we get caught up in the hero shots or creative ways to show success like a shot of an antler poking above a frame pack with a mountain range as a backdrop.
But the reality of what we yearn for as hunters is belly crawling through sage brush and stinging our knees with cactus, frozen fingers and wet feet.
Ok, so I don’t yearn to pull needles from my knee caps, but the hunting experience is more than shot placement. It’s more than antlers and gamebags too.
It’s waking up early and shivering at deer camp and pulling decoys from the water and wishing you’d have waited another minute as 15 ducks drop in.
Hunting is made up of so many things, it’s hard to capture it in a photo. So, we settle for hero shots and high fives. Why settle? Here are some photos of hunting without the “horns”.
What is hunting to you? Show us in a pic !
National Park Service Approves Project for Native Fish Preservation
By Moosetrack Megan
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Cubs of poached mother bear euthanized
Group sues Forest Service over Crazy Mountains access (by Brett French)
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Summer Hunter Ed, Bow Ed Classes Scheduled in Region 7
Rock Creek Fishing Report by Grizzly Hackle 6.12.19
GET A PAIR !!!
By Montana Grant
Clark Fork River Fishing Report by Grizzly Hackle 6.12.19
Twin Brothers Catch Same Size Walleye at Fort Peck!
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 6.12.19
Bitterroot River Fishing Report by Grizzly Hackle 6.12.19
Fort Peck Big Walleye–Big Water!
Evening Campground Programs at Flathead Lake State Park
Leslie Reynolds selected as interim chief ranger of Yellowstone National Park
Montana Neighbor Award nominations due June 24
The Clearwater Chapter’s First F4WM Banquet is just 3 days away!
Fox vs. Fawn [VIDEO]
Upper Salmon River Chinook Salmon fishery update 6.11.19
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NW Montana Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 6.10.19
FWP Proposes New Maintenance Building at Warm Springs Wildlife Management Area
Trappers reminded of center swivel requirement