By Austin Kunselman
Hunting at Glen Dene reminds me of the Milk River 10 years ago; not because of the terrain, but because of the amount of trophy-quality animals you see in one day. I have never seen so many free-range Red Stag in my life. Our guide, Dan, encouraged us to take some time and look over a few, and not shoot the first 300+ bull we saw. It was hard to do because within 1 hour of checking the zero on my rifle we were glassing Stags everywhere.
By John Dustin
Standing atop the knife-edge crest of the Craigburn Mountains, I Realized I had felt this sensation a few times before. Backpacking the Grand Canyon, climbing Mount Whitney and Mount Shasta, both over 14,000 feet and hunting Bighorn sheep in the San Juan Mountains of Colarado. Magnificent panoramas, as if all nature's bounty was spread out before you, like a feast at a kingly table.