In 1949, your NRA developed a program that became the basis for hunter education nationwide. Today, as new modes of communication allow such education to reach even further, your NRA crafted a new hunter education curriculum and offered it to the hunting world free of charge.
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.
Shed elk antler hunting is popular as a pastime and a business—mainly because sheds are found in some of the most picturesque country on the continent, and their sale delivers dollars. But make no mistake, it is hunting. Heed our man’s advice, based on experience, for a successful spring outing.
The North American Rescue (NAR) Mini First-Aid Kit (M-FAK) is targeted directly at sportsmen, by providing the most requested point-of-wounding equipment in the smallest cube space possible so it can be packed alongside hunting or fishing gear.
Any big-game hunt should incorporate a comprehensive plan to extract the meat in any weather or terrain. Sometimes that’s easier said than done, especially when it’s extremely hot or a bull dies in a precarious position. Here’s how to keep the bounty of the hunt clean, dry and cold.
Here’s how to handle various emergency situations in the wilderness, including hypothermia, severe bleeding, an animal attack, getting lost and snake bites.