In This Issue

VOLUME FORTY-FOUR, ISSUE 5

FEATURES

Body Parts
Live young, at least as long as your body parts are moving parts.
by Pete Fromm

Decade
A wilderness reunion on horseback for elk.
by Tom Reed

A Hard Bear to Fool
Thirty-odd years later, I can hardly believe it ever happened, scarcely believe no blood was shed, no skin was skun, no skivvies fouled, but almost.
by Roger Pinckney

Dates with Elk
Sometimes, a life spent outside leaves you on the outside looking in.
by Spencer Durrant

Drop-tine
Nurture versus nature crossing paths, through the centuries.
by Larry Glass

EXPEDITIONS
The Ghosts of Patagonia
Chasing the glorious and superior secrecy of wild things in wild places.
by Reid Bryant


PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNALS

Ballroom Stag
by Dušan Smetana 

Slim-Chance Whitetail
by Nick Trehearne

Pure Dall
by Andrew Fant


DEPARTMENTS

JOURNAL
Flurry
Anglers make themselves vulnerable with nearly every cast.
by Russ Lumpkin

TRADITIONS
The Lion
On respecting your quarry and chasing lions up hills.
by Sir Alfred Pease Edited by Will Ryan

SHOOTING
The High Saddle
A Dall drama in three acts.
by Terry Wieland

ANGLING
Puerto Chale

Getting away from everything except the fishing.
by Scott Sadil

ART
The Devonshire Tapestries
The 15th century’s only surviving hunting tapestries.
by Brooke Chilvers

EATING
Packing It In
Cooking for the backcountry.
by Martin Mallet

BOOKS
The Hunter’s Way
by Christopher Camuto

POEM
Dawn
by Leath Tonino

PLUS

  • Gear & Lifestyle
  • People, Places & Equipment
  • The Listing

FRONT COVER: Rocky Mountain Elk & Clarks Nutcracker by Tom Beecham (1926–2000) • acrylic • 19 × 28 inches Courtesy of Remington Arms