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A series of harsh winters across the Canadian prairies have largely depleted our stocks of this magnificent and one-of-a-kind species. Pronghorn antelope populations still persist in Saskatchewan and Alberta, with only the latter still offering very limited outfitting opportunities for non-residents. Recovery has been slow and the pronghorn glory days seem to be behind us, for now, in Canada. Look south of the border, however, and the forecast appears much brighter. Seldom do you hear of Canadians entering the US for hunting opportunities, when compared to the scores of American hunters venturing north in Canada. As a Canuck, if you … Read more »

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There is much wisdom in the statement, “beware of the man with only one rifle, because he likely knows how to use it.” It’s humbling sometimes to see the differences between subsistence and recreational hunters. Something I have noticed, spending time with both groups, is the mentality surrounding hunting firearms. Domestic or subsistence hunters tend to use what they have, and what has worked in the past, while recreational hunters often try to match the best tool for the job. My personal view is a happy middle ground between the two groups. All in the same week, I watched an … Read more »

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