Know-How: Red or White?
In much of the eastern U.S., acorns are at the top of a deer’s menu come fall. But not all acorns—or oak trees—are equal, and knowing the difference can help you pick stands and plan when to hunt them.
Know-How: When Toms Gobble Most
Gobblers are more vocal some days than others, but their behavior can seem erratic. Here are the key factors that dictate how boisterous the birds will be this spring.
Know-How: A Duck Spread with Serious Drawing Power
Contrast is what makes a decoy stand out, due not only to its color but also its size and the shadow it casts.
Know-How: Cures for Call-Wise Gobblers
How do you teach someone to call in turkeys when the only places he has to go are public lands with pressured birds?
Know-How: A Guide to Planting Food Plots
Being a gardener for deer takes some farming skills, but what you need to learn isn’t that complicated.
Know-How: Find Public Land Hotspots
Public land can offer some of the best hunting, but you wouldn’t know it without doing some research. Look for these four features to find your new hotspot.
Know-How: So You Wanna Call Predators?
Predator hunting in winter is about being charged by hungry coyotes that are under the impression you’re a critter wailing in pain.
Writer: Oiled Ducks Would Be Better Off Euthanized
My friend and fellow dog man Brian Lynn sure does know how to stir up trouble.
Tips and Tactics for Hunting Diver Ducks
Want to dabble in divers but don’t know how? Here’s a primer to get you started.
Know-How: The Blind Shot
Shooting a bow from a ground blind is difficult. But it doesn't have to be. The key is preparation.