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Recipe: Swan & Cherry Casserole

Recipe: Swan & Cherry Casserole

Swan is often given a bad rap as table fare, but this recipe will have...
Recipe: Duck Gumbo

Recipe: Duck Gumbo

A steaming pot of gumbo is a wonderful way to utilize any waterfowl you still...
Member's Hunt: A Life Lesson from a 12-Year-Old

Member's Hunt: A Life Lesson from a 12-Year-Old

This latest member's hunt comes from Randy Penn of Sedalia, Colo.
The Shotgun Torture Test

The Shotgun Torture Test

Everything has a breaking point. We did our best to find it in four of...
How to Introduce a Kid to Hunting

How to Introduce a Kid to Hunting

There's a right way—and a wrong way—to introduce kids to hunting. Here are tips to...
Hunter Mentor Programs Await Nationwide

Hunter Mentor Programs Await Nationwide

For new hunters, mentors who have “been there, done that” are invaluable resources. Fortunately, numerous...
Guide to Hunter Mentor Programs

Guide to Hunter Mentor Programs

Scouring the internet in search of hunting mentor programs can be a pain, so we’ve...
Top 6 Sub-Gauge Turkey Loads

Top 6 Sub-Gauge Turkey Loads

Chasing spring gobblers with a sub-gauge this year? Check out these six performance-enhancing turkey loads...
Recipe: Duck & Date Rolls

Recipe: Duck & Date Rolls

Fruit is often paired with waterfowl to enhance taste and keep the meat moist. While...
SHOT Show 2019: Top 4 New Waterfowl Guns

SHOT Show 2019: Top 4 New Waterfowl Guns

If you’re in the market for a new waterfowl gun, check out these great new...
The Kodiak Limit

The Kodiak Limit

The big island is home to an abundance of game including Sitka blacktail, ducks, and...
Tips and Tactics for Hunting Wary Waterfowl

Tips and Tactics for Hunting Wary Waterfowl

Educated ducks and geese pose plenty of problems, but these tactics can help solve them.
Hunting Leopold’s New Mexico Ducks

Hunting Leopold’s New Mexico Ducks

In arid New Mexico, waterfowlers ply the same wetlands famed biologist Aldo Leopold worked and...
Why You Should Shoot a 28-Gauge

Why You Should Shoot a 28-Gauge

The 28-gauge is an easy-swinging machine that hits that sweet spot for busting birds. Naysayers...
Teal on the Heels of Harvey

Teal on the Heels of Harvey

A Texas hunt in the wake of a hurricane demonstrates the far-reaching impact of waterfowl...
Declining Duck Numbers are Still Above Long-Term Averages

Declining Duck Numbers are Still Above Long-Term Averages

The USFWS has just released its 2018 Waterfowl Population Status Report. While dry spring conditions...
Making Meat: How to Be Your Own Butcher

Making Meat: How to Be Your Own Butcher

Follow these guidelines on how to cool, cut, age, prep and cook game meat, and...
Finding the Green Hills of Papa's Africa

Finding the Green Hills of Papa's Africa

Ernest Hemingway’s “Green Hills of Africa” is classic hunting literature. And while its pages have...
USFWS Plan to Cut Atlantic Flyway Mallard Limit Opposed by Delta Waterfowl

USFWS Plan to Cut Atlantic Flyway Mallard Limit Opposed by Delta Waterfowl

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, along with the Atlantic Flyway Council, are proposing a...
First Light: Hunting is a Cultural Reality Check

First Light: Hunting is a Cultural Reality Check

Hunting is a way of life. And it’s increasingly being uprooted and replaced with meaningless...
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