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Rites of Passage on the Sands of Africa

A safari with his 11-year-old son offers a father a chance to reflect on a...

2020 Father’s Day Gift Guide

Need some ideas for what to get that hard-to-buy-for outdoorsman in your life? Whether searching...

How to Skin and Quarter a Deer

Processing your own deer is easy and fun. It saves the cost of having it...

A Hunter’s Guide to Staying Sane During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Here are five things hunters can do to avoid cabin fever during the coronavirus pandemic.

Join the Hunt: DIY Taxidermy

There's no better way to preserve the memories of a hunt than through taxidermy, and...

Essential Gear for the Traveling Hunter

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

Field to Table: How to Care for Game Meat

When you eat what you kill, it’s your job to ensure your prime cuts stay...

Are the Latest Broadheads Too Dull?

Several of the world’s biggest and most respected broadhead manufacturers have broadheads on shelves that...

Moose Enough for Two

A DIY float trip in the Alaska wilderness gives two intrepid souls all they can...

River of No Return Black Bear

While you can access the heart of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, a...

Top 10 Pieces of Hunting Gear From the Last 50 Years

Smart, quality gear can make your hunt safer, more successful and more enjoyable. Here’s our...

Last-Minute Gift Ideas for Female Hunters

There's no way you've waited this long to start your Christmas shopping, right? Well, just...

The Animal Time Forgot

The author wanted no part of a muskox hunt in temperatures below zero. But in...

Ask the Editors: 3 Essential Pieces of Deer Gear

The question: If you were limited to three pieces of "gear," just what would you...

American Hunter's 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Finding the right one amidst a flooded marketplace can be a challenge. In an effort...

Make Your Own Custom Hunting Knife

If you’ve got the tools and the know-how, assembling and finishing your own blade may...

Things I (Just About) Always Carry Afield

Some things should always be at a hunter's side, some are nice comforts and some...

Tips for Field Dressing Game Birds, Part 2

Part 1 of this series covered tips for field dressing and aging game birds, and...

How to Make Duck Confit

Confit is a centuries-old method for salt curing a piece of meat, usually goose, duck...
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