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Going Renegauge on Early-Season Ducks

Savage’s new high-performance shotgun earns its wings in the heart of pothole country.

A Duck Blind Without the Din

Good hearing technology can extend the life of a party inside a duck blind for...

Tips and Tactics for Late-Season Dove Hunting

Primarily hunted in September, dove seasons generally extend well beyond those for popular big-game species....

An Ode to the .325 WSM

Winchester's final WSM cartridge is arguably the best, but its acceptance by hunters has been...

Tips and Tactics for Hunting Diver Ducks

Want to dabble in divers but don’t know how? Here’s a primer to get you...

Swan With a Dash of Salt

Any way you measure it, the tundra swan is a lot of bird. But it...

Members' Best 2019

Your photos provide not simply a review of your accomplishments and endeavors over the past...

Hunting Leopold’s New Mexico Ducks

In arid New Mexico, waterfowlers ply the same wetlands famed biologist Aldo Leopold worked and...

Teal on the Heels of Harvey

A Texas hunt in the wake of a hurricane demonstrates the far-reaching impact of waterfowl...

Opinion: The Only 3 Guns a Hunter Ever Needs

So you want to hunt every game animal in North America? Here are the only...

Why Donating Venison Matters

While it’s easy to recognize the benefits of programs like Hunters for the Hungry, sharing...

March's True Madness

This month many waterfowlers are more interested in BB loads than college BB teams. That's...

Big Bears: Why They're on Every Hunter's Bucket List

Taking a truly big bear—be it in Alaska, Canada, Russia or elsewhere—is so special that...

Black Duck Bag Limits Go Up

After more than 30 years with the daily limit set at one bird, hunters will...

Trash to Treasure

From trash the author gleans a treasure trove of information about waterfowlers’ preferences in shotshells.

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Hunters

Here's what hunters across the country should be focusing on after the ball drops and...

Queen of the Grand Prairie

Wingmead is a name of Scottish origin that means “meadow of wings,” which is what...

The South American Teal Trifecta

There is no six-bird limit in Uruguay. Neither is there a limit to the hammering...

Shoot, And Shoot More Often

Lessons learned regarding follow-up shots by a PH with a lifetime of experience in Africa...
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