Non-resident hunting in Wyoming is as bipolar as the state’s weather: large tracts of public land wilderness and healthy herds of elk, cougar, bear, deer and antelope on the one hand, no OTC tags and a requirement to hire a licensed guide on the other. This blog will provide the most essential information for planning your hunt in Wyoming.Continue reading
Hunting in Northern China
Today, you can’t legally go hunting in China. A century ago, however, things were different, and you can find testimony on pages of old books. Here we reproduce a few extracts from one such book, “Fur and Feather in Northern China” by Arthur de Carle Sowerby, F.R.G.S., published in 1914. Bats, admittedly, are mentioned only in passing, but we hope you’ll enjoy the stories about wild sheep, wapiti, and antelope.Continue reading
Big Game Draw Deadlines A-Comin’!
While OTC tag options are available, most hunters who want to hunt elk, moose, antelope and other big-game animals in Western states such as Wyoming, Montana, Arizona, etc., have to obtain their permits by limited draw. This post gives application deadlines for most popular species and states.Continue reading