An arrow's accuracy is partially determined by how weight is distributed along its length. Adding weight front of center could improve performance.
Nearly 20,000 hunters will hit the scene for a true “Super Bowl” of hunting shows.
Making that second shot count requires more than speed—it requires proper gun handling and plenty of practice.
Are you good enough? That's the question to consider when hunting a mature buck while the canopy is still up and bright and the rut’s madness is still weeks away.
Field Editor Frank Miniter offers five tips that should help you get a leg up on your competition in the dove field this fall.
Sure, whitetails hide like rabbits when hunting pressure gets heavy, but they say when you bump elk they’ll walk right over the mountaintop. The thing is new studies show that to be true, but not necessarily.