Gear Review: GSI Pinnacle Soloist Camp Stove

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iReviewGear Editor:Cory Just The Facts, GSI Pinnacle Soloist Camp Stove: FEATURES & SPECS Lightweight, high-efficiency, 9,629 BTU/h Pinnacle Canister camp Stove and Windscreen nest perfectly and provide ultimate efficiency regardless of conditions IFolding handle locks into place for cooking and secures entire set for transport, eliminating the need for a stuff sack IUnique mug/bowl solution […]

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Gear Review: 10x Hooded Parka & Insulated Bibs

10x hooded parka

Editor: iReviewGear.com Just the Facts: 10X® Hooded Parka & Insulated Bib Overall Item #X96110 Product Description •Be prepared for anything Mother Nature can throw at you in our Insulated Bib. •Ankle-to-thigh waterproof zippers and 2-way front concealed snap storm fly zipper, Comfort elastic bib straps with quick release hardware, Elastic inserts at back waist for […]

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Gear Review: First Lite Corrugate Guide Pants

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This review of the First Lite Corrugate Guide Pants comes from our friends at iReviewGear.com. Editor: iReviewGear.com Basic Description: The FIRST LITE CORRUGATE Guide Pant is a lightweight, very breathable, durable hunting pant. Featuring various camouflage patterns or solid colors on its unique Duraflex nylon fabric that was inspired from rock climbing and mountaineering. Constructed around a […]

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Consultant’s Corner: Traveling to the New Zealand, Australia, and New Caledonia

Consultant Frank Cole with Tahr trophy

When you’re going on a hunt to New Zealand, Australia, or New Caledonia, some special rules will apply. WTA Consultant Frank Cole is a frequent international traveler, and he sat down with us to share some tips on these unique tips and how you can get the most out of them. 1. Tourism If you […]

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Triple Threat: NA29 Muzzleloader Antelope Freak

Mark Peterson with his muzzleloader antelope

Mark Peterson, CEO of Worldwide Trophy Adventures, is working on a unique task: completion of the NA29 with bow, rifle, and muzzleloader. His muzzleloader antelope hunt was this fall. You can track the status of this quest on his website, www.markvpeterson.com. Background In October 2016, I had the privilege of hunting, once again, with some of […]

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Consultant’s Corner with Braden Cooper: Ensure You Have an Elk Tag Every Year

Braden Cooper with Elk he hunted via an elk tag

Right now is the time to start making your plans for next year’s hunts–especially when it comes to elk tags. There is not much rest between this year’s hunting season and next year’s application season. With Wyoming Elk applications due at the end of Jan and Arizona Elk due mid February, your mind should turn […]

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Consultant’s Corner with Wyatt Bowles: Field Judging Antelope

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As I just returned from a successful Pronghorn Antelope hunt in Nevada, field judging antelope is fresh on my mind. Hunting pronghorn antelope is a super fun but challenging. These critters can be extremely hard to field judge. I have a few helpful tips for you that I learned both in the field and while attending Boone and […]

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First Season of Cabela’s Instinct: Expedition to Continue This Week

Cabela's Instinct Expedition Series

The first season of the new Sportsman Channel series, Cabela’s Instinct, will continue this week with all-new episodes. The next three episodes, starting with #8, will feature Mark Peterson’s hunts in Pakistan as he chases rare and coveted species, such as Sind Ibex, Urial, and Markhor. Tim Herald hunts elk in New Mexico, mule deer […]

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Consultant’s Corner with Caleb Sutton: Early Season Whitetail Deer

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5 Tips to Improve Your Odds Taking Early Season Whitetail Deer Scouting Locations: Utilizing aerial photos to predict pinch points, travel corridors, food sources, and water sources to find early season whitetail deer. Use a tool like OnXmaps to make sure you are on public land or have the proper access from the correct landowner. […]

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Review: Sawyer Products

Sawyer Products Insect Spray

Review: Sawyer Products–Picaridin Spray & Lotion, Perimethrin Spray, and Stayput Sunscreen Review courtesy of iReviewGear Editor: Cory McLaughlin Just the Facts: Sawyer Picaridin insect repellent lotion and sunscreen for outdoors features: • Sawyer Picaridin is more effective at repelling biting flies than DEET • Our 20% Picaridin is virtually odorless; it even has a mild […]

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Consultant’s Corner with Jordan Christensen: Glassing Western Big Game

Mark Peterson using Nikon Fieldscope & tripod

5 Tips for Glassing Western Big Game WTA Consultant Jordan Christensen passed along some great tips for improving your glassing and ultimately finding better trophies! Use the Right Gear Quality optics and a tripod are the only pieces of equipment that a hunter can purchase that will immediately make him or her better at pursuing […]

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Review: Native Eyewear Ward Sunglasses

Randy Johnson and sunset

Originally posted on iReviewGear.com. Used with permission. Editor: Randy Johnson iReview Gear Lead Field Editor Worldwide Trophy Adventures Consultant BASIC DESCRIPTION: NATIVE’S Ward Sport Sunglasses were designed to live up to the classic Colorado climb up Left Hand Canyon to Ward for which these glasses were given their name. This innovative, lightweight sunglass, featuring full […]

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Gear Review: SkullMAX European Mount

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SKULLMAX EUROPEAN MOUNT REVIEW Courtesy of iReviewGear By Randy Johnson iReview Gear Lead Field Editor HIGH DESERT WILD SHEEP GUIDES www.highdesertwildsheepguides.com Worldwide Trophy Adventures Consultant Basic Description: SkullMAX European Mount Systems have been innovatively designed to display the skulls of big game animals in an entirely different dimension than other traditional systems on the market. […]

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iReviewGear: Sea to Summit Comfort Light Sleeping Pad Review

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Here’s another great review courtesy of our friends at iReviewGear.com   Sea to Summit Comfort Light Sleeping Pad Review Editor: RANDY JOHNSON iReview Gear Lead Field Editor Where to get this great gear?  http://www.seatosummit.com/ Basic Description: Sea to Summit’s Comfort Light Insulated sleeping pad is in my opinion one of the best outdoor pads that I have […]

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Mark Peterson: Upcoming Event

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Mark Peterson to appear at SOE event, Louisville Cabela’s, Aug 6 For Immediate Release, July 27, 2016 Student Outdoor Experience (http://www.soelive.com/), a group dedicated to “Teaching students leadership through the outdoors,” is holding a free event at Cabela’s in Louisville, KY on August 6 for youth in grades 4-12. Worldwide Trophy Adventures’ Mark Peterson, co-host […]

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WTA Purchases Cabela’s Outdoor Adventures and TAGS Service

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Worldwide Trophy Adventures has acquired Cabela’s Outdoor Adventures and Cabela’s TAGS. WTA TAGS is the only full-service licensing program available. All TAGS inquiries that go through Cabela’s website will be forwarded to WTA TAGS at this time. What does the acquisition of Cabela’s Outdoor Adventures & TAGS by WTA mean for you? All Cabela’s OA […]

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Mark Peterson Becomes Part Owner of The Wildlife Gallery

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Worldwide Trophy Adventures’ owner and outdoor television personality, Mark Peterson, recently became part owner of The Wildlife Gallery. The partial acquisition of The Wildlife Gallery affords Peterson a unique and valuable partnership. Their mission and Peterson’s goals work hand in hand. Many impressive mounts displayed in his home and businesses reflect the unrivaled skill of […]

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Press Release: WTA Sponsors Colors of Heroes Organization

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Press Release: WTA Sponsors Colors of Heroes Organization FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 13, 2016   Worldwide Trophy Adventures is pleased to begin a sponsorship of the Colors of Heroes Foundation, in support of U.S. military veterans.   Military veterans are often scarred in visible as well as invisible ways. The Colors of Heroes Foundation (http://www.colorsofheroes.org/), […]

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South Dakota Elk Hunt with Outfitter #010

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South Dakota Elk Hunt with Outfitter #010 Check out this exciting clip from a great South Dakota Elk hunt…makes our heart pound just watching the video! For more info on this outfitter, and for help getting applications and tags done on time and correctly, check out our application service at: http://worldwidetrophyadventures.com/license-application-service/    

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DWR: What hunting equipment should/shouldn’t be allowed in Utah?

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DWR: What hunting equipment should/shouldn’t be allowed in Utah? Originally Written By Faith Heaton Jolley for KSL SALT LAKE CITY — The Division of Wildlife Resources released a survey and wants feedback on what hunting equipment should and shouldn’t be allowed in Utah. In August, the surveys were emailed to more than 77,000 general season […]

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