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Team Up for Pronghorn Success

Making plans for a stalk, deciding where to set a ground blind, keeping tabs on...

Top 7 Long-Range Hunting Loads

Curious about what loads to buy for hunting at greater distances? Here are a few...

Best Shooting Rests for Hunters

Whether trying to hold your turkey shotgun steady for those interminable moments as a tom...

.30-06 Springfield: Is it Still the Best All-Around Big-Game Hunting Cartridge?

In the last 10 years, ammunition manufacturers have delivered newly designed cartridges that are more...

Hunt Overlooked Edges for Whitetail Ambushes

Hunt the edges. It’s an obvious play, but along with the corn rows and bean...

An Ode to the Winchester Model 70

With its immediately recognizable profile, sheer reliability and impeccable reputation, “The Rifleman’s Rifle” has served...

Tips and Tactics for Hunting the West

For the hunter with courage, resourcefulness and a bit of skill, opportunities for hunting the...

5 Reasons the .300 Win. Mag. Rules the Roost

Is the .30-06 Springfield not the do-all, be-all and end-all .30? The reality is, anything...

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...

DIY Backcountry Hunting Tactics and Gear

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

Essential Stalking and Still-Hunting Skills

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

Know-How: Set Your Watch For Nonstop Pronghorn Action

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

Tips for a Successful DIY Pronghorn Hunt

Self-guided pronghorn hunts offer tremendous satisfaction, but require pre-planning for success. Here’s what you need...

Pack Essentials: Grab a Garbage Bag

One of the most useful pieces of gear you can carry in your pack is...

Making Meat: How to Be Your Own Butcher

Follow these guidelines on how to cool, cut, age, prep and cook game meat, and...

Know-How: Partner Up for Pronghorn

Two can be better than one when bowhunting speed goats. Grab a partner and try...