The Exciting Sport Of Game Camming

The sun was just peeking over Eastern Utah’s high Uintas as I clamored along the mountainside game trail, crossed a thick clearcut, and began my descent into a small gulch. I caught a tawny glimpse through the pines, the dull flash of branched antlers, and the game was on!

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Luxury Car Camping In Wet, Wild Utah

A wall of gray clouds rolled over the Utah desert, slammed into Interstate-70 and smothered traffic to a crawl. I had to stop. After a 20-hour drive from St. Paul in a white Cadillac STS, I was nearing the well-washed town of Moab. I came for a four-day camping and hiking adventure in Arches National Park — God’s Country.

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Boulder Mountain Bruin

When a discussion turns to black bear hunting, several locations are mentioned almost automatically such as Canada and the northern most states in the Midwest. There is one more section of the country that has its share of record book animals.

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A Canyonlands Mulie

When I received the limited-entry, archery, Utah mule deer permit in my mail, I knew I was holding a ticket to a great time in my hands. The San Juan-Elk Ridge unit of southeastern Utah is well known for harboring good numbers of mule deer, including a fair amount of mature bucks. I peered through by binoculars at a group of four mule deer bucks — one being a 150s-class buck. With my trip coming to an end, I had to make a decision.

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An Olympic Tale: The Fires Within

It wasn’t just the altitude of Salt Lake City. The air seemed static with a special quality, maybe from the mix of breaths from all around the world The Olympic Games would start the next morning. I could hear shouts and cheers, and the occasional brief siren. Behind the vehicle came a runner carrying the Olympic torch.

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Accessing Trophy Mulies

Here are some details on what you can expect when your goal is to bowhunt and harvest a trophy mule deer, yet you are not sure where to go. There are pros and cons involved in hunting different areas.

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Fishing The Crowded Green River Of Utah

The Green River below Flaming Gorge Dam in Utah has been a pleasure for me to fish for well over 20 years now. Ninety percent of the fishing pressure comes in the 7.2-mile section from just below the dam to Little Hole. Fish biologists estimate this section of the river carries some 17,000 fish per mile. But I’m afraid that if drastic measures aren’t forthcoming, many anglers such as myself will have to find another river to fish. Here’s why.

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Camping Is Memorable In Bryce Canyon National Park

A visit to Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah is an experience of a lifetime; a memorable experience that can actually change your perspective on life! The brilliantly colored and uniquely shaped spires, fins and pinnacles of stone (called Hoodoos) are a gift of nature’s erosive power — a treasure from the ages, to be savored and enjoyed as fine wine.

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