How sharp is that riflescope going to be when that once-in-a-lifetime trophy emerges from the mist like a ghost in the fog?
The only thing I got was a lousy merganser.
The light goes hazy and yellow. We have about an hour to sunset, and there is something in the air. Something anticipatory.
One new piece of gear can be the difference, but collectively gear can complicate your hunt. Deciding which to bring and which to leave at home can be tough.
Two is company, as they say, when it comes to lessons learned and adventures shared en route to finally getting that bird in hand.
Scott Olmsted travels to Manitoba for Canada geese, mainly because every waterfowler worth his salty waders says you must experience such a hunt at least once.
Need a new duck hunting spot? Open a map. See those blue lines? They're rivers. They are duck highways. Now all you have to do is follow the advice in this article.
An elephant license and 50 miles along the Galana River to hunt Kenya’s famed elephant country were pretty special back in 1970.
Slip into the Kalahari’s red hills and you’ll meander into kudu, springbok, blesbok, gemsbok, zebra, wildebeest and so much more.
If you are lucky enough to shoot the elusive woodcock, give this simple and sweet recipe a try.