Fathers push us, guide us, and often lead us in our first connections to the outdoors. We’d like to show gratitude to all fathers who helped usher the next generation into adulthood. Below, a few of our Ambassadors share a glimpse of their fathers’ impact on their lives.
Dustin Roe has been a sheep guide for nearly half of his life. Along those many adventures, his network in the outfitting business has grown to include like minded people across much of North America. One such friend is Glenda Groat, owner and operator of Canol Outfitters. Over the years Roe has sent Groat a handful of clients, and as a thank you for that business, Groat had a gift for Dustin: a tag for Roe to hunt a Dall Sheep of his own.
Outfitter Dustin Roe pushes gear—and his guides—to the outer limits. The fail factor was high. No one had ever hunted stone sheep in the rut, in November, in northern British Columbia, where bitter cold and high mountain winds stopped even the most seasoned mountain hunters.
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Bryan Rogala is an outdoor enthusiast and writer. In a recent article for Outside Online, he shared how he has been branching out from hiking and skiing and is now diving into a newfound passion for western big-game hunting. The demands of mountain hunting have led him to be more thoughtful than ever about what gear he takes into the field. Here is his unsolicited take on our gear...
They nurture us, challenge us and guide us. They show us strength when it matters most, teach us gratitude and instill balance. We want to extend a thank you to all moms for fostering the spirit of the next generation. It’s because of your dedication that the world and wild things can thrive.
We reached out to our Ambassadors to get media recommendations and see what they’ve been up to during this time. As you’ll find out, their tastes and preferences vary. We hope this list adds to your quiver of entertainment.
As you drive up to Craig Krzycki’s home, nestled deep within the Gallatin Canyon of Montana, you can’t help but see his art everywhere. Antlers are pinned on trees and sculptures line the yard and his big, sweet dog Elmer will run to greet you at your car door to give giant kisses across your face.
Step into SITKA photographer, Steven Drake's mind, as he shares his photography knowledge covering topics such as the best Instagram export settings with Lightroom, three tips involving the common theme of emotion, and how to hyperlapse from shooting to editing.
Every year, multiple grizzly bears are mistaken for black bears by hunters and killed. The end results are damage to grizzly bear populations and severe fines and court fees for the hunter. In order to fulfill my responsibility as an ethical hunter, I always go through a list of physical features to positively identify what kind of bear I’m looking at before shooting.
Ask a handful of hunters about eating bear meat and you will likely get a number of wildly different responses, anything from “it’s inedible” and “it isn’t safe to eat,” to “it’s the best meat out there.” As a chef and a hunter that loves to eat bear meat, I am passionate about dispelling the myths that surround the consumption of this animal.