Posts Tagged ‘antelope’

Bighorn Sheep Hunt

October 18th, 2010

By: Terry Fieseler sheep-hunt2

The hunt started on August 15th with the opening of archery season, when I hunted with my longbow.   It was very hard to find rams in an area that I would have the chance to make a stalk.  The terrain was so steep and rugged with cliffs and rock slides.  At an elevation of 10,000 feet plus, it is extremely hard to get within my 20 – 25 yard range to take a a shot.  I was able to stalk 3 rams one day and closed the distance to 100 yards before the rams winded me and the stalk was over.  I had been climbing for over 7 hours at this point, sometimes using both hands and my bow just to stay on the cliff face… » More: Bighorn Sheep Hunt

New Listing! Little Horse Creek Retreat – Dubois, Wyoming

July 1st, 2010

img_2147Located five miles from the charming mountain town of Dubois, Wyoming, this unique offering is comprised of 220 acres.  Situated along Little Horse Creek, the ranch has a full set of improvements and is perfect for a corporate or family retreat, guest ranch or high-end RV park.  Improvements on the ranch include a guest lodge complete with dining room, commercial kitchen, saloon and library and one and two bedroom cabins that accommodate a total of 24 guests.   In addition, the property boasts two houses perfect for employees, an office, barn, two heated shops and several outbuildings.  Little Horse Creek Retreat enjoys stunning views as it sits in the shadows of the Absaroka and Wind River Mountain Ranges. 

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Falconry on Sage Grouse in Eden, WY

September 28th, 2009


Last week, we enjoyed some wobble trap shooting and a successful antelope hunt near Cora, WY with next generation claiming future turf.  Falconry is referred to as “the sport of Kings” and highly regarded internationally as the ultimate hunting pursuit.  These birds are a cross breed between a wild Gyr and Peregrine Falcon.  Cobra, pictured in this blog post, is 5 years old and this was his first perfect “stoop” on a Sage grouse this season.  David Kennedy is the falconer from Atlanta who spends much of the fall training falcons at his “House of Grouse” cabin in Eden with fellow falconer and breeder Steve Chindgren from Salt Lake City. 

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