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4 Tips for Hunting Bachelor Bull Elk

Here are four tips for hunting big bachelor bulls after the rut from finding where...

Top 5 Lever-Action Rifle Cartridges

Let's take a closer look at five of the best lever-action rifle cartridges.

Backcountry Survival Tips: How to Deal with Disaster

Here’s how to handle various emergency situations in the wilderness, including hypothermia, severe bleeding, an...

21st Century Duck Hunting Tips

Duck hunters have more gadgets available to help them kill ducks today than at any...

DIY Backcountry Hunting Tactics and Gear

Considering a DIY backcountry hunt? Here’s a comprehensive gear list, along with tips and tactics...

African Game Meat: What Happens After the Shot?

Contributor Philip Massaro discusses common misconceptions about what happens to the meat from African trophies...

Upland Hunting: Put More Birds In Your Bag

With these tips and a little patience, you'll be able to bring home more birds...

Deer-Hunters’ Practical Scent Control

Don’t just spray down and head out. Proper scent control is a process, and this...

Gundogs: Be a Silent Partner

We’ve all seen the guy who throws out vocal commands to his dog like they...

How to Start a Fire When Everything is Wet

Here’s how to build a fire when you need it most.

5 Tips for Hunting Deer on Small Acreage

Don’t have a large amount of land to hunt? Use these strategies to score big...

The Ins and Outs of Public-Land Hunting

For new hunters looking to venture out, public land may be the only option. And...

Top 5 Double Rifle Cartridges

Let’s take a look at some of the best cartridge choices for a double rifle.

Tips and Tactics for Hunting Coues Deer

The elusive Coues deer is arguably the most difficult big-game animal to hunt. Here are...

Essential Stalking and Still-Hunting Skills

Here are a few tips, tactics and techniques that will help you close the distance...

Deer Hunting: Were the Good Old Days Really That Good?

Was Grandpa’s deer-hunting era better than what we have today? Contributor Philip Massaro investigates.

Elk Hunting: The Mental Game

You can shoot a can off a post at 400 yards, you hike 5 miles...

Know-How: Set Your Watch For Nonstop Pronghorn Action

Pronghorn can be hunted from dawn till dusk. But it helps to know their schedule...

Essential Gear for the Traveling Hunter

Traveling the world will certainly take you out of your comfort zone, but accumulating a...

Food Plots: Proof Hunters Care About America's Wildlife

Aside from drawing more deer to your fields, food plots provide habitat and nutrition to...
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