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FULL SEND WILLIS

FULL SEND WILLIS

FULL SEND WILLIS "Be present, eat well, enjoy the adventure with family, friends, & strangers alike. To me, life is about charging towards your passions and living every moment to the fullest."  Learn what makes Willis Brown tick...

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CAMP COMRADERY

CAMP COMRADERY

 Throughout this past spring here in Montana I got the chance to participate in seven different hunting camps. Although we chased different game from wild turkeys to black bears and made tracks in different directions we all enjoyed the time spent fireside best.

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THE BIG BUG... Not a Covid Story

THE BIG BUG... Not a Covid Story

She hoots and there’s a splash, a whine. Spray from her squealing reel peppers my neck. She’s in the back of the boat doing her thing with a rainbow while I row us between the first few fliers of an oncoming Salmonfly hatch. If you’ve spent any time fly fishing,...

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CALF WRESTLIN'  |  More than Beers, Oysters, and Iron

CALF WRESTLIN' | More than Beers, Oysters, and...

The snowy remnants of winter are retreating up the mountain side hastily while lush greenery transforms the landscape below.  It’s a rancher's indicator that the frozen, lonesome chores of calving season are done, and a long list of summertime work is on the way. Branding season encompasses more than a...

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Calf Dropping Season

Cows start dropping their calves in mid-March and keep going through the end of April, never stopping for single digit temperatures, snow storms or sleep. Calving season is the ultimate test of toughness and resilience for cow/calf pairs and ranchers who raise them. Ranching is already a full time job...

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The Key to a Successful Waterfowl Hunt

The Key to a Successful Waterfowl Hunt

Waterfowl Hunting Tips: Scouting In order to have a successful waterfowl hunt, you’ve got to find out exactly where the ducks and geese want to be. Showing up to a blind field or body of water (one that hasn’t been scouted) the morning of a hunt is simply a bet...

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Food For Thought: Nutrition to Excel in the Field

Food For Thought: Nutrition to Excel in the...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: with Alishia Zemlicka of Ivory Nutrition Food can distinguish a great experience from a good one. Clients look forward to the meals in camp almost as much as they look forward to the hunt itself. It’s important to appeal to your clients’ pallet while also ensuring they...

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3 TIPS TO A BETTER PACK OUT

3 TIPS TO A BETTER PACK OUT

We've all said it, 'the real work doesn’t begin until after the animal is on the ground'.  But that work can be made a little easier if you follow some of our tips; Train, Get a Quality Pack, Keep the Meat Clean.  

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