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How to Take Better Trophy Photos

Close out of Candy Crush and realize that in your hands you hold one of the best cameras for making fabulous trophy photos. Study your smartphone’s camera modes and remember these tips to make memories that hold up forever.

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.

How to Hunt Timber-Dwelling Bucks

Edge habitat is not the only place to find a good buck. But hunting pressure and heat, and attractants like mast crops and scrape lines, may keep a buck away from edges longer than you’d like. Here’s how to hunt the woods to your advantage.

Why You Should Test Run Your Fall Hunting Camp This Summer

The night before opening day is too late to learn that you’re missing tent poles or the moths ate holes in your sleeping bags. And opening day is too late to learn you've picked a game unit with more hunters than game. Best do a test-run.

Hardcore Hunting: 5 Tips for Keeping Your Rifle Functioning

Temperature, snow, dust, ice and mud can all adversely affect rifles. Here are five tips to help you keep your hunting rig functioning properly during a hardcore hunt in tough conditions.

Behind the Bullet: .375 Ruger

The .375 Ruger is simple, effective, affordable and shootable, and truly mirrors the velocities of the H&H case in a cartridge housed in a standard long action with a beltless, rimless design.

Backcountry Survival: 3 Tools You Should Always Carry

Here’s a look at three tools you should always have with you in the backcountry and how you can put each to use in almost any outdoor circumstance.

The Art of the Tent Camp

A proper tent camp is an experience many hunters today know little about—and that’s a shame, because it can be just the ticket to recharge one’s batteries. Take advice from a graybeard who’s done it for years: A few amenities can make all the difference.

Remington Breakup Plan Filed

Although it won’t be formalized until approved at a hearing scheduled tomorrow (Tuesday, September 29) in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Alabama, the breakup plan for Remington was filed yesterday.

Tested: StealthGearUSA Chest Holster 2.0 For Backcountry Carry

Looking for a new way to tote your pistol through the backcountry? Check out this modular chest rig from StealthGearUSA. Designed to stay clear of waist belts and pack straps, its a comfortable solution to a problem that has plagued backcountry hunters for years.

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