Survival 101: The Tools and Skills You'll Need When Your Hunt Goes South
Here are the tools and skills you’ll need to prevent back luck from becoming a crisis.
Know-How: Sharpen a Knife
Other than a gun or bow, a knife is about the most important tool a hunter may carry. Of course it must be sharp to be useful. Here’s how to put a good edge on it.
18 Places Pressured Bucks Find Sanctuary
Understanding how pressured deer react is the first step in figuring out where they go once hunters begin trudging afield.
15 Tips for Hunting Big-Buck Bedding Areas
Here are 15 ways to slip in undetected and kill that buck of a lifetime.
As the lever-action revolution continues to gain traction among hunters and shooters, it’s time we look at functional upgrades that’ll turn your old workhorse into a modern-day stallion.
Member's Hunt: Kelli’s First Hunt
This latest Member's Hunt comes from Roby Robichaux, Lafayette, Louisiana.
Know-How: Walk Away to Small-Game Hunting
If competition for big game like whitetails and elk has you questioning the sanity of arising early, just walk away from it … and into the uncomplicated life of hunting small game.
Learn to Make Meat
Attend a field-to-table event and you’ll never again need to rely on a butcher or chef to render your game into table fare.
American Hunter: 48 Years of Pure-Hunting Bliss
In 1973, the NRA introduced a monthly magazine focused solely on hunting. At a time when existing publications tailored to a wide array of sporting endeavors, such a singular-focused publication was a gamble. But within a decade, American Hunter boasted a million subscribers.
Hunter Safety Thanks to Our NRA
In 1949, New York asked the National Rifle Association for help to improve hunter safety afield. The four-hour course that followed was a “pioneer effort” that has saved lives ever since. Today, no one can imagine American hunting without hunter education as a prudent rite of passage.