Another spring turkey season has come and gone, and hunters throughout the country are winding down and anxiously waiting for fall. The summer is a great time to evaluate your gear, though, and determine what you need before you next venture into the woods. Here are a few products that our E-Media editors put to use this spring—and that you may want to consider adding to your collection before next season, if you haven't already.
For as long as there have been different breeds of gundog, there have been hunters arguing for the merit of one breed over the other. So, which canine really is the best all-around hunting dog? Ron Spomer thinks he has the answer.
You don't get to be a professional chef without knowing a thing or two about cooking—and in order to protect your job, you have to protect the tricks of the trade. Georgia Pellegrini has spilled the beans on a few professional secrets, though—and you should consider putting them to use on your wild game dishes this summer.
Every hunter leaves the house in the morning hoping for a problem-free hunt—but that's just not always how things go. What if, for example, the prop fell off of a boat like the one seen here? It's happened. Learn about that incident—and a few others—in this recap of hunts gone wrong.
this article was great, it's the first one that i have read that really states why people really hunt. Personally i started hunting at 5 years old, killed my first buck at 7 with a gun and 10 with a bow. but then at 15 i moved up to aberdeen where everytime i try to get a license some new law comes out. the way hunting is with the younger people now adays is sickening. they dont have any respect for the sport and i think ive come across 5 dead deer in the past 2 weeks that were just left there to die after being shot. the only things these youngins care about is the damn antlers. i think more young people should read this thing and rethink their hunting strategies. thank you