Re: whats the best magazine on western/rocky mountain Big Game Hunting?
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They are all watered down and very rarely ever even say what bullet or load was used. They pretty much shy away from any of the scientific stuff related to guns and just go for rack porn. Every story is the same blah blah blah. SOmeone needs to come out with a long range hunting magazine with content that goes a little <font color="blue"> deeper </font> and a little <font color="red"> farther! </font>
Don't get me wrong, I love to see full curls and huge racks, but come on people! How many times do we have to hear the same old story. "I shot my buck at 150 yards with my 06 and some kind of bullet and some kind of scope and wow am I happy".
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[/ QUOTE ]goodgrouper,
NONE that is a bit harsh, for the most part I agree with you but there is an exception. No they dont tell you the load and the bullet used and almost every story ends with wow am I happy (everything you dislike). but with that said they tell you how to go about applying for a hunt in a western state, an opinion or eight on what units to apply for and help on finding a guide or an outfitter if you choose. in my opinion a resource like none other. there is a down side this magazine is everything goodgrouper hates, it costs $100 a year and is absolutely geared toward the HIGHROLLER hunter. but even a lowroller such as myself can gain more than $100 worth of knowledge a year from this magazine the Huntin'Fool. check it out online huntinfool.com
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