Talked with Outdoor Life editor in chief Alex Robinson about some interesting deer hunts. Our hunting editor, got to hunt a vineyard in California in August. There's this vineyard out there that they allowed just a few deer hunts and he was lucky enough to go. And it is kind of what it sounds like. He trolled up and down the vineyard rows and glassed for deer and then made a stalk and shot one. But there are a couple of other interesting hunts to go along with it. One is hunting blacktail in Washington's high cascades. This is a serious backcountry hunt for a lower 48er. You have to be in good shape if you really want to challenge yourself in some tough terrain. That's a cool hunt that I hope to do someday. And then the other one that we covered is Black Tails in Southeast Alaska, which I've actually been lucky enough to do. There's a couple of different ways you can do this. But in the early season, you know, in August, these deer above Alpine, they're in the Alpine, above the tree line. Sometimes you'll see them up there just below mountain goats. They’re way up in these steep, rugged mountains. And that is very much a backcountry hunt. You usually go in at the coastline, have to hike up through the timber, and then you actually get to start hunting. So pretty physically challenging. Also, it is bear country. That is one of the exciting parts of this is there are plenty of grizzly bears, brown bears around. And it is just stunning country that Southeast Alaska, you have everything from snow capped mountains down to old growth timber and the beach, the Pacific Northwest rainforest, timber around the beach.