Everything from offroad driving to backcountry first-aid—25 skills you just can't do without.
If you don’t have an iPhone or some other smart gadget, get with the program and enjoy these great advantages before, during or after your hunt.
Not that anyone who hunts passionately in Africa is “normal,” but even by the standards of obsessive safari addicts, I stand out as, well, a bit strange.
No other hunting destination on earth sees as many fatalities and injuries as Africa. Read the details of some of the Dark Continent's most vicious encounters.
What simple steps can hunters take to prepare themselves for unexpected “survival” situations?
There's some assembly required when it comes to equipping your gundog for the season. Here are a few recommendations.
Some things should always be at a hunter's side, some are nice comforts and some may save your life. Here's what you should consider taking into the field.
No matter how prepared you may be, there's always a chance for disaster when in the field. Should that time come, you'll want to be equipped for survival.
An all-important question was posed a couple days ago over on the Final Approach Facebook page: Besides shotgun shells, what do you feel is the most important piece of equipment in your blind bag?
Many years ago I was involved in hunting clubs that allowed several different people to hunt the same large tract of leased land.