I was interviewed by my friend Tyler, for his podcast Advanced Retroadaptics. Check out the link below to listen or … More
Alaska’s Wolf Man
In 1915, Frank Glaser arrived at the Port of Valdez in the Territory of Alaska. He had heard much about … More
Wrangells Sheep/Moose Hunt via Packraft
During the summer of 2019, our forestry work regularly brought us over the vast mountain ranges of Wrangell-Saint Elias National … More
There are very few fixed costs in hunting, making it a pursuit that is possible to undertake at a very … More
Hunting for Food-A Primer Part 4: Butchering and Preservation
This post is for those who wish to process the meat themselves. Some elect to take it to a butcher or game processor, who will process and package the meat for them. I have not done this and have no desire to do so, so I can’t comment further on that matter.
Hunting for Food- A Primer Part 3: Field Dressing and Pack Out
In my experience, the greatest fear when hunting is wounding an animal and not being able to finish a kill. But the part that caused the most anxiety and a sense of overwhelmment in the beginning was field dressing.
Hunting for Food- A Primer Part 2: Shooting
So you’ve found your target. You’ve researched the area, spent time on the ground, glassed the area or set up your tree stand and are now ready to make the kill….
Looking for Moose
September is best known throughout Alaska as moose season. The time when good luck and plenty of effort can yield … More
Hunting for Food- A Primer Part 1:Fundamentals and Background
I began learning how to hunt in the spring of 2016 at 23 years old. Hunting was not a common … More
Safari in the Clearwater
The wind blew the rain hard against the tent. The constant 10-15 mph speed made the drizzle seem like it … More