Wilderness Athlete Brute Force

Wilderness Athlete Brute Force pre-workout is going to super charge your workouts better than ever. In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, Kristy Titus shares how consuming Brute Force 30 minutes prior to your training session will give you increased energy and give you a better pump. Plus you will actualize more results because you will WANT to train harder in the gym. After all the goal is to run a little farther, lift a little more and try something different.

Burning Down The Long Range Course At FTW Ranch in Texas

To be the best we can be as precision shooters, we have to train for the unknown. Training at varying distances with time constraints, round counts, wind and even a little friendly competition helps us to maximize our potential. In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Kristy Titus heads to Texas Hill Country to train at the FTW Ranch SAAM Precision Training Course (Sportsman's All Weather, All Terrain Marksmanship) with instructor, USMC, Walt Hasser and part of the Ruger Engineering Team.

Why Every Rifle Should Have A Bipod

Shots afield are rarely taken from the prone and a bipod will help to stabilize hasty resting positions. In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, Kristy Titus shares with you why she always has a bipod on the forend of her rifle while at the range and afield.

Jennifer- A Special Elk Hunt You Don't Want To Miss

"Everything is in your head. And if you don't prove yourself wrong, if you don't work hard for something, then you'll never be able to do it" Follow along with Jennifer, an inspirational young hunter with Cystic Fibrosis, an inherited life-threatening disorder that damages the lungs and digestive system, who refuses to let her condition define who she is or slow her down.

North River Moose Hunt with Kristy Titus

Join in the ultimate of adventures in the latest episode of Pursue The Wild where Kristy Titus heads to Northern British Columbia Canada with North River Outfitting. The all-girl crew fly into the backcountry over 100 air miles to backpack hunt in a valley that has never been hunted in pursuit of bull moose.

Supercharged By Wilderness Athlete Energy & Focus

 

In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, I explain why I love Wilderness Athlete Energy & Focus- from the simplest reason that in the back country we often don't have the time to boil water for coffee to the adaptogenic herbs that help your body combat stress and neuroactive compounds that are going to help your entire body feel and perform optimally. Check it out!

Kifaru 14r Daypack

In the latest Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, I visit the Kifaru International factory where I meet up with Dayna Monroe to go over the features of the 14r daypack.

This season I chose to run the 14r daypack because it is a super light weight pack that is robust in construction and will carry just about anything that you need for a day outing. The suspension transfers the weight off of your shoulders and onto your hips while allowing you freedom to move. This pack is super comfortable for pretty much any use that you intend to carry less than 70 pounds.

The name 14r came from the Colorado Rocky Mountains and home of Kifaru International where you will find more 14,000 peaks than any other state in mind.

Pack Exterior Features:

Zippered top lid pocket

Multiple tab loops for exterior pocket placement Precision lift

Two side compression straps

Two bottom compression straps

Soft torso pad with ventilation

500d DWR coated fabric Removable belt

Pack Interior Features:

Two interior sleeve compartments

Water bladder sleeve w/ hose port

Water bladder hanger

Chamber pocket 23" internal stays (choice of: composite, aluminum, or carbon arrows)

Weight: 3lbs 13oz Volume: 2,400 ci/39.3 liter main bag

Access: Top and front center zip

Dimensions: Main bag: 12" wide x 6" deep x 24" tall

Top opening circumference: 23"

MADE IN THE USA

Retail Price Under $500.00

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Supercharged By Wilderness Athlete Energy & Focus

In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild, Kristy Titus explains why she loves Wilderness Athlete Energy & Focus- from the simplest reason that in the back country we often don't have the time to boil water for coffee to the adaptogenic herbs that help your body combat stress and neuroactive compounds that are going to help your entire body feel and perform optimally. Check it out!

Ultimate Smoked Fish Recipe

 

After setting your hook into the largest of steelhead, there can be a tremendous bounty for the angler to harvest. B-run steelhead from the Clearwater River in Idaho are not typically known to be the best BBQ fare as the fish is typically on its way to spawn or have already spawned by the time anglers set hooks into them. Anglers can easily note the quality of the fish meat by the color and overall health of the fish. Beautiful chrome hatchery hens and bucks will make great BBQ fare, however if the fish is dark red in color or is showing signs of decay, simply release the fish to the water. If the steelhead is still of silver color and not too red, the meat quality may have declined but is still outstanding smoked and is great in pastas and dips.

In the latest episode of Pursue The Wild, The Wild Kitchen, Kristy Titus demonstrates smoking B-Run steelhead with an award winning recipe by Sean Literal who is a local Lewiston Idaho resident.

 3 cups H20

 2 cups brown sugar

 ½ cup salt plain

 ½ tsp pepper

 ½ tsp cloves

 ½ tsp cayenne pepper

 ½ tsp garlic

 1 cap liquid smoke (optional)

 ¼ tsp thyme

 1 lemon squeezed

 1 tbs tabassco

 1 tbs soy

 1 cup sugar

 2 tbsp maple extract

 1 tbsp vanilla

 1 tbsp red food color (optional it is for looks only)

Heat and stir but don’t boil, soak skinless fish fillets for 2 days then smoke to desired firmness the best smoked fish is usually very moist.

For Generations To Come

Over 100 years of cherished hunting stories and memories that have literally been the bonds of the Ellis family all took place on this awe inspiring ground in Eastern Oregon. In the late 1800’s Sam and Ida Walker settled this land to begin their family, never knowing the legacy that they would be leaving behind. This has been the ground that many hunters trekked across for their first and some for their last hunt. Those that have passed are still fondly remembered today. A monster bull elk is proudly on display in the old farmhouse, taken by avid huntress, and daughter of the Walkers, Verna Gilliland. Her husband Paul’s old hunting license from 1911 can be found on the office wall today. At the time, Paul was a mere 21 years old.

“Experience what we have known for three generations…over 33,000 acres of diverse and challenging hunting terrain, picturesquely framed by the foothills of the Blue Mountains.” Ellis Family Hunting Ranches Website

The love of the outdoors and continuation of the time honored hunting tradition is being shared by the Ellis family as it has been so for over three generations, this time with Jacob, his best friend Chase and Jacob’s father Keith. Both Jacob and Chase are exceptional 12 year old young men, both have a love of the outdoors and spirit of the hunt within each of them. This was the perfect place for them to share together in the experience of Jacob’s very first elk hunt. This hunt was a special first for another reason as well, not only was this Jacob’s first elk hunt, but he would be the first in his household to hunt elk, ever. Stay tuned to watch the time honored tradition of elk hunting be passed down from the Ellis family to the Taylor family, extending the legacy of the land and her grace for us all to enjoy. This hunt originally aired on RMEF's Team Elk Television Show.