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Yooper Grouse: A Date with the King

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is home to some of the most rewarding and torturous grouse habitat in the country. Grouse hunters who flock there wouldn’t have it any other way.

Into the Arctic

Pursuing the Western Arctic caribou herd across the North Slope of Alaska means long days and endless nights.

10 Reasons Why You Will Fail to Kill a Bull Elk This Season

Success rates in general elk units hover in the teens. Such a dismal success rate may be disheartening, but committing any number of cardinal sins can feel even worse. Here’s what not to do to tag a bull this fall.

Hardware: Fabarm Autumn

The Fabarm Autumn is a classy, understated, elegant, upland bird gun and every bit the equal—or better—of America’s classics from the first half of the 20th century.

First Look: Dryshod NoSho Gusset Camo Boot

Dryshod has released a new camouflaged boot in the runup to hunting season. The NoSho Gusset is 100-percent waterproof, and built around DryShod’s 5mm Densoprene foam insulated bootie.

5 Great Budget-Friendly Spring Hunts

A year of lockdown has everyone ready to hit the field, but the good news is you don’t have to wait until fall. Here are five hunts you can enjoy this spring without breaking the bank.

How to Make a Turkey Food Plot

Food plots aren’t just for deer, which means they certainly aren’t just for fall hunting seasons. You can make them work for you in spring to keep turkeys in your ZIP code if you keep in mind a few factors.

5 Ways to Get More Out of Your Shed Antler Hunting

While searching for a big buck’s discarded headgear this spring, you can accomplish other missions in your deer-hunting woods. Shed hunts can also be used for trail-cam updates, treestand maintenance, herd and habitat inventory and even a “bedroom check” of the deer population’s most tight-knit haunts.

Top 8 New Hunting Guns Under $800

You don’t need to break the bank to own a great rifle or shotgun. Here are eight new firearms you can add to your collection for less than $800.

Journal This Year: How to Record Recent Adventures and Plan Upcoming Ones

Keeping a handwritten journal and reading through old field notes is a great way to preserve hunting memories and helps in planning exciting future adventures. Here are a few ideas and inspiration for creating your own.

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