Get inspired by hunters who push themselves to new limits on these epic hunt stories.
Pursuing Grizzlies is generally known for long periods of boredom followed by short bursts of excitement. This hunt lacked the boredom.
Jason and his father Mike set out to hunt moose with their longbows in the Yukon Territory
Mike Hairston is the father of the late Jason Hairston. He is a traditional bowhunter with a passion for pursuing game with stick and string.
To some, hunting is a weekend adventure; something you do to pass the cold winter months. To others, it is a passion, maybe a lifestyle. To Zane Foust, and others like him, it's an escape.
Read about Justin Shaffer’s lifelong dream of hunting Desert Bighorn Sheep and being the first to do it in Valo Camo.
Spring bear is a great time time of year to get out, burn off some winter fat, test next fall’s hunting gear, and help out the local ungulate population.
Mike Hairston started hunting as a boy, teaching himself to shoot a traditional bow in the hills near his childhood home in Southern California.
KUIU's founder Jason Hairston travels to Montana's Climbing Arrow Ranch to hunt elk.
Pedro travels with his dad to the Yukon to take a second shot at hunting moose - their previous trip was unsuccessful. Father and son hunt with rifles and bows, and have the experience of a lifetime.
KUIU's Brendan Burns travels to remote Western Alaska to hunt Musk Ox with KUIU customers Justin Shaffer, Lee Daniels and Donnie Ramey.
Brendan travels to Patagonia to hunt Red Stag in the Andes with Argentina Outfitters.
KUIU’s founder, Jason Hairston, dedicated his life, livelihood, and brand to mountain hunting. In this Blood Origins documentary portrait, Jason reveals his ethos of hunting.
After 25 years of applying for a Bighorn Sheep tag, KUIU’s Brendan Burns sets out to fulfill a dream in the toughest country of Montana.
On this hunt, Greg McHale treks through thick brush and past glaciers to locate a band of rams living in nearly inhospitable terrain. Can he connect on a ram he's watched for four years?