A property-trading game. You buy ranches, build cabins and lodges, and charge to hunt. From the news release By Art Lander Jr.HERALD-LEADER OUTDOORS WRITER: At the start of the game, players get a bankroll of cash and roll dice to determine the order of play. Players roll the dice to move their pewter pieces around the board, and draw cards that tell them to pay or collect cash. As players move around the board, they pay for taxidermy work, bows and arrows, and firearms, and collect money from winning big-buck contests. If players land on a piece of property they don't own, they must pay to hunt.