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Seasoned in the Bogs

A week of hunting moose in western Newfoundland provides lessons in woodsmanship, patience and how to eat well in the backcountry.

Know-How: Carry These No-Fail Fire-Starters

The last thing you need is another writer telling you that dryer lint with a little candle wax can get an emergency fire going, or that pine pitch is a natural fire-starter.

What's in Your Blind Bag?

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?

Survival Gear for the Hunter

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.

Things I (Just About) Always Carry Afield

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.

5 Things You Learn Hunting with Craig Morgan

Craig Morgan is a country star, a hunter and more—including a friend to NRA Country. Learn more about Craig's hunting habits with this AmericanHunter.org exclusive.

25 Things Every Hunter Should Know

Everything from offroad driving to backcountry first-aid—25 skills you just can't do without.

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