If you ask most of our hunting guides for their advice on being prepared for your next Wyoming hunt, it usually boils down to two things. First, practice with your weapon. And second, do your best to get in shape. For more about shooting, check out our previous article here. But here, we want to
By Zach Lazzari The winter is coming to an end and that means it’s time to start getting excited about late summer and fall hunts in Wyoming. Archery and rifle seasons will be here before long and hunters should be prepared to make every shot count. Table Mountain hunters have incredible success rates because the
By Zach Lazzari Hunters don’t need a pile of shooting accessories. But a few handy items can make a difference in the field. Gear is no replacement for skill. And learning to shoot from a variety of positions is important. Practice with and without your rifle bipods and accessories to prepare for every possible scenario.