Author: Montana Grant

This article was recently published in WWW.Dannerholz Whitetails.com. Antlers are bone! They are not horn, which is a modified hair cell. Since antlers are shed annually, they need to regrow each season. Now is when that antler growth is crucial. …

BONING UP!!! Read More »

This article was recently posted in the Maryland Fishing and Hunting Journal. Shills, Palominos, Bananas, or Rainbow Albinos are all the same. These names refer to the Golden Trout. You can catch these hatchery reared hybrid trout in Maryland, Pennsylvania, …

GOLDEN RIVERS!!! Read More »

The Corona Virus is doing its worst. So, what could be good about this international pandemic? In Montana, we are always looking for the upside. How could this virus make hunting and fishing better? Here are some thoughts about the …

The BRITE SIDE!!! Read More »

Trout fishermen are going Mad over the Madison River. The only thing groups can agree on is that no one wants to be told what to do. The guides and outfitters want to make money, the shuttle drivers want to …

The MAD RIVER!!! Read More »

Taking risks and trying new things are how we learn. We will never get our limit of knowledge in our lifetime. The best lessons are learned through trial and error. Big mistakes mean big opportunities to grow. To become a …

10 THINGS WELL LEARNED!!! Read More »

This article was recently published in www.dannerholzwhitetails.com. Its time to begin again! Every year there is an ending point and a point to start anew. Hunters call it “New Deer Year”! Oh no what can a Deer Hunter do? Except …

HAPPY NEW DEER Read More »

Recently published on www.dannerholzwhitetails.com. Hunting has a heritage of sharing the bounty of nature. Preparing meals from the harvest is always a great way to show love for family and friends. Anyone can cook a ham, turkey, roast or food …

A DEER CHRISTMAS!!! Read More »

This article is currently featured at www.Dannerholzwhitetails.com. After hours and days trying to fill your tag, the moment of truth finally arrives. You see the target, raise your weapon and BANG, you missed! What the heck? First, you are not …

OFF TARGET!!! Read More »

This article is posted on www.DannerholzWhitetails .com Once the critter is down, now what? Trophy critters require assistance when getting them from the field to your rig. Back in the pioneer days, a horse, wagon, or mule may have been …

GET THE BUCK OUT!!! Read More »

Before I say one more thing, let me congratulate these rookie Youth Hunters for their successful and safe hunts. Their Mentors really set these kids up for a lifetime of wonderful memories. The pictures display wonderful smiles, satisfaction, and demonstrate …

TOO MUCH TONGUE!!! Read More »