Archive for steven rinella

My Favorite Hunting Rifle: Steven Rinella

After years of lugging around hand-me-down rifles, the author learned the value of shooting his very own gun with the purchase of a custom 7 mm Rem. Mag.

December 15, 2011

Field Processing & Butchering on Backcountry Hunts

Here are four knives and tools that can get the job done on any backcountry hunt.

November 30, 2011

A Hunter’s Guide to Edible Organs

Edible organs have a lot to offer the adventurous hunter and eater who wants to explore the wild side of wild game.

August 03, 2011

Hunting & Marriage: 6 Safe Spouse Handling Tips

Married to a non-hunter? Follow these tips to ensure you will still get out in the field—with his or her blessing.

July 26, 2011

America's Top Five Wild-Game Meats

We can win the hearts and minds of non-hunters by being outspoken and resourceful users of our country's renewable source of wild-game meat.

May 31, 2011

Why I'm Going to Teach My Son to Hunt

A son can learn many key elements from hunting with his dad: teamwork, patience, strength. Those are things that every father should pass along.

May 16, 2011

Steven Rinella: How to Field Dress a Deer

Steven Rinella: How to Field Dress a Deer

March 08, 2011

Can Steven Rinella Make You A Better Hunter?

Find out what "The Wild Within" host Steven Rinella can teach you about cooking wild game, his hunter-gatherer philosophy and much more.

March 08, 2011

Watching Steven Rinella's "The Wild Within"

I first found out about Steven Rinella when his award-winning book American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon hit the scene in 2008. It was a terrific account of a buffalo hunt in Alaska’s Wrangell Mountains woven together with the history one of America’s most revered beasts. In those days he was just an author, and a fine one at that. Nowadays, they’re calling him a modern day hunter-gather and cable’s mainstream hunting star. His show “The Wild Within” debuted in January and was met with praise from viewers and critics alike.

March 06, 2011