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Rabbit Stew, Rabbit Hunting, Montana
Bilverstone, Bill
Cooking cottontail.
Bill Wood, Granite Creek Range
England, Mike
Tips from a champ.Former World Championship silver-medalist Bill Wood teaches long-range shooting techniques at Granite Creek Range near Virginia City. Here are Bill’s top tips for shooting well—both at the range and in the field. Read more >>
Hunting Injuries, Montana
the editors
Guns can be deadly, and hunters should always adhere to the strictest safety standards. But shooting really isn’t as dangerous as you may think, and many other activities are far more so. Here are some numbers to think about.  Read more >>
Ramshorn Peak, Gallatin Range
Tucker, David
Climbing high in Paradise Valley.
White, Jenny
Off-season workouts for skiers.
England, Mike
Nothing warms both body and spirit like a fireplace or woodstove in wintertime, not to mention the boon to your electric bill. The standard process around here is to harvest a truckload from the national forest, or buy a cord from someone who has. Read more >>
Center, Dean
Just the essentials.
wildlife car collisions, road kill, Montana
Tucker, David
Wildlife Collision Stats.
Bozeman Ghost Stories
Isaac Lorton
Hometown haunting.
Slepian, Maggie
Ankle injuries are annoyingly common for trail runners, so keep these tips in mind to ensure your ankles stay injury-free. Read more >>
Annual average grizzly-inflicted injuries in the backcountry: 1Number of snake species in Montana: 10Venomous snakes species in Montana: 1 Read more >>
running, trail running, bozeman
Slepian, Maggie
Trail running—especially in mountainous terrain—is more complicated and challenging than m Read more >>
rafting, bozeman, montana, whitewater
Dehmer, Kurt
Like most fishermen, I happen to enjoy a frosty barley pop while engaging in my favorite pastime. Read more >>
Ryan Krueger
Spring season is mud season—there’s no avoiding it. Read more >>
Photo by Ryan Krueger
England, Mike
Part of the spirit of backcountry skiing is finding sweet spots on your own—but everybody can use a head start. Read more >>
Allen, Bob
Unmanaged water erodes our trail resources quicker than you can say, “mud puddle.” Trails are only as safe and sustainable as the maintenance they receive, and our l Read more >>
Painting by Allison McGree
March 15, 29, April 12
Strainer, Chris
Spring runoff. For the fly angler, this season of muddy torrents means one of three things: 1) wait it out; 2) fish still water (ponds and lakes); or 3) fish a tailwater river (controlled by a dam). Option 1 sucks, and option 2 ain’t no picnic either. Read more >>
Illustration by Blaise Arsenault
Damn MantanaI was looking through your 2014 wall calendar, and while I think the pictures are very nice I take exception to the fact that they are almost entirely devoid of women. Typical. —Ann Wilbert Read more >>
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