The Land of Plenty: 4 Stories About Hunting Public Ground

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There are plenty of complaints hunters make about public land. Usually those complaints boil down to: 1) it’s too crowded; 2) there’s not enough game. But not all public land is created equally. For every grumbling grievance about public land, there’s a story that’s just the opposite. Public hunting land grows stories of adventure, success, conservation, and tradition. We’ve captured four of those stories to help you to hike in just a little deeper, appreciate the challenge, and hopefully, bring home a story of your own this fall.

Bull Fever

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By Ben Long

Squirrels rustle leaves. Bucks snap twigs. Bull elk crack branches. And

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