From the first time he saw the monster grizzly, Tyler Freel knew that his fate would be intertwined with the boar's. A story of hardship and belief.
In the real world, weather conditions, shot angles, brush and other obstacles can impact your shot. Also, when the time comes to take a shot during a hunting situation you’re usually either stiff and cold from sitting in a treestand or sucking wind from running up a hill. All this combined with the fact that you must make a clean shot with the first arrow makes it all the more important to keep your shooting skills sharp. Here are a couple tips.
Tyler Freel and his buddies battled brutal weather in Alaska's Brooks Range during a DIY Dall sheep hunt. Read about his adventure here.
Sheep hunting here in Alaska has been an annual tradition for me for the past 9 years, and it’s been quite a learning experience. Every year I find a new piece of gear or method that helps me hunt harder, longer, and more efficiently. However, I’ve whittled down a massive list to 10 of what I consider to be my most important gear items for a backpack hunt for sheep or goats here in Alaska, or for Elk, mule deer or other mountain game in the lower 48.
These seven knives have what it takes to hack it in Alaska, but some definitely outperformed others.
Try this cooking method the next time you want to make some of your hard earned backstrap in the backcountry.
A young bull moose got attracted to a foam mannequin at the edge of Tyler Freel's lawn.
Here are three ways paracord saved Tyler Freel on a recent sheep hunt.
A mountain hunter needs a rifle that is reasonably lightweight, dependable, accurate, and impervious to foul weather. Here are 10 guns that won't let you down at high altitude.
After getting married in April, my wife Faith and I decided that an exotic tropical honeymoon just wasn’t for us. We did have the perfect place in mind, though. A place that regular Live Hunt readers know that I cherish: Afognak Island.
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