Photo by John Olson
Gage Swarm and his dad, Chuck Swarm, made an hour-long sneak on Gage’s first antelope hunt. It ended with one shot from Gage’s .243 to take this nice buck at 80 yards northwest of Hysham.
Photo by Zack Schranz
Former Colstrip resident Clay Gunderson holds his 180-pound marlin that he caught in the Pacific Ocean up the coast from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in July.
Photo by Steve Colberg
Fourteen-year-old Jake Colberg and his brother, 11-year-old Luke, have good reason to smile after Jake took his first antelope. It took a three-mile, 90-minute stalk for the Three Forks hunter, his brother and dad, Steve, to get in position to make the shot. Along the way, they found an obsidian Indian scraping tool and startled three napping bobcats on the hunt near Lavina.
Photo by Chris Rudolph
Lisa Rudolph took her first mule deer buck, a beautiful 5x5, with a shot from a .270 Winchester while hunting east of Custer.
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