The first snows of winter have fallen upon the land. This is a magical time of year as fall colors give way to the brilliant white of day and the dark of night.
Superior snows are heavy at night. We expect upwards of 20 feet per year falling from the sky, blanketing the forest with shimmering white. Each year this once lush forest transforms into the Great White North.
For your journey, plan... [Read More About the Adventure]
Two monster boars had been terrorizing Bear Mountain for the past couple of years.
That is, until these two young men came along and were transformed into Hunting Heroes!
What started out as an ordinary hunt with traditional muzzle loaders for "Party" Pigs transformed into mortal combat with the "Alpha" Beast.
It was Wednesday, December 30th, and the year was rolling... [Read More About the Adventure]
The snow starts accumulating on the ground in mid-November and December. The Snow Hunts are great in December and are at their peak in January, extending through February and into March. It's recommend to come any time from mid-December (if you need a pre-holiday fix) through February, as this is prime time for a Red Hot Snow Hunt.
The boar below was taken... [Read More About the Adventure]
Standing on last snow of the year with 50 degree air temperature, you know spring is on its way. Wet and wild accurately describes spring hunting for Russian boar. Everywhere there is a constant drip as the long days of sun usher in a new beginning.
I was hunting with Dick White and his good friend Greg Rich. Dick is experienced at hunting "wild hogs,"... [Read More About the Adventure]
Russian Boar Hunting is as Good as it Gets!
Standing in 12 inches of fresh white powder you are staring
27 yards into the blood red eyes of a Prehistoric Beast of Prey.
The Boar's Razor Sharp "Cutters" flash as he looks your way.
Your heart is pounding and there is no such thing as cold…
…it's all about You,Your Weapon and the Beast.
Boar... [Read More About the Adventure]
Hunters and future Guests ask all the time, "What should I bring to hunt with?"
My typical response is, "What's the biggest you got?"
This is when the hunter looks at me with a curious look, like, "What am I getting into?!"
I am a believer that when hunting Russian Boar, there is no gun to big. Many boars have been hunted and harvested using the classic 30-06 or even... [Read More About the Adventure]