Resources

5 Survival Secrets For Being Lost or Stranded

Few people take into account what they would do in a life-and-death situation. With these five secrets you can survive being lost or stranded.

June 24, 2013

Outfitted Hunts for Any Budget

Each year, guided trips put hunters within sight of their dream animal. That said, budgeting for such an adventure—and finding an outfitter that you can reasonably afford—isn't always easy. NRA members may now have someone there to provide a helping hand, though.

June 05, 2013

When Guided Hunts Go Wrong

No hunt is perfect, but there's a difference between "that's why we call it hunting," and a truly bad experience—especially when you're working with an outfitter. But what do you do when a guided hunt goes wrong? Keith Wood offers some advice.

May 09, 2013

Booking an Outfitted Big Game Hunt

Outfitted hunts can be a fantastic experience—or an unmitigated disaster. There's no guaranteeing a great hunt, but you can take steps to better your chances. How? Longtime hunter Bob Robb explains.

May 09, 2013

Game Profiles: Caribou

Known by many as reindeer, Caribou inhabit part of North America, northern Europe, Greenland, Siberia and the Svalbard Archipelago.

August 17, 2012

Game Profile: The Wild Turkey

Find out everything there is to know about North America’s largest game bird.

March 23, 2011

Game Profiles: Cougar

Thriving in almost any remote terrain with good cover, cougars can establish home ranges of 50 square miles or more, depending on the season and abundance of prey.

January 13, 2010

Game Profiles: Common Eider

Hunting common eiders is not for everyone. Their location, along with the equipment required and the difficult conditions, limit enthusiasts to a dedicated few.

November 17, 2009