So often we see a photo of a hunter with a buck, or doe with a big smile posing just right. But that’s such a small part of what happened.
Like that first morning when a scrape was found and that crazy rub on two trees.
Hero photos don’t tell the story about that monent earlier in the day when the sun shined through the trees and you stopped to breathe in the morning.
Nor do hero shots tell about the steep climb up a mountain trail.
And hero shots leave out that old log cabin you found next to Deer Creek and how you stood there for ten minutes trying to picture what it was like the first and last season the old cabin was ever used.
Nope, hero shots don’t tell the story of hunting. But aren’t those the reasons we enjoy hunting so much?
We need more hunting photos to go with our photos of animals we harvest. Do you agree?
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports 10/17/20
By Kamp Cook
Beauty Buck For Scott
By Montana Grant
CARCASS DISPOSAL CRITICAL!!!
12 Year-old Bags a Very Nice Muley
Another Young Hunter Bags a Very Nice Buck
Flathead National Forest seeks input on winter recreation events and guiding services
By Moosetrack Megan
13 year old Montana Archery Hunter Gets First Bull
Firefighters prepare for fall prescribed burning on the Lolo National Forest
Yellowstone seeks comments on winter use adaptive management adjustments
DOJ CHARGES MORE THAN 14,200 DEFENDANTS WITH FIREARMS-RELATED CRIMES IN FY20
Frozen Moose forest management project planning nears completion
Wow – What a First Deer
Attention sportsmen! Join the Captain and crew for Hunters’ Breakfast
Elk antler pulled from cow [VIDEO]
Brett French presents: Hunters welcome in Eastern Montana, despite COVID-19 spike
Yellowstone releases trumpeter swans to restore population
Kokanee Salmon Spawn at Georgetown Lake
BRIDGER FOOTHILL FIRE CONTAINED!!!
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 10.14.20
Montana National Guard to Conduct Purple Heart Hunt on Fort Harrison
Hunter check stations to operate in west-central Montana with a few changes this season
Fort Owen State Park is closed for site planning and improvements