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Member's Hunt: Pronghorn Protégé

Member's Hunt: Pronghorn Protégé

This latest member's hunt comes from Warren Woogen of Wappingers Falls, N.Y.
How to Make a Mineral Lick

How to Make a Mineral Lick

According to wildlife biologists, minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and salt may enhance antler growth...
7 Ways to Prep for Waterfowl Season

7 Ways to Prep for Waterfowl Season

Waterfowl season is fast approaching. Here’s what you need to do now to increase your...
Review: Trijicon REAP-IR Mini Thermal Riflescope

Review: Trijicon REAP-IR Mini Thermal Riflescope

The compact, lightweight REAP-IR mini thermal riflescope is designed for hunters who require speed and...
Shoot Summer Steel for Mid-Range Mastery This Fall

Shoot Summer Steel for Mid-Range Mastery This Fall

Here are a few drills to do now that will make you confident come fall...
What You Need for Hunting Bighorn Sheep

What You Need for Hunting Bighorn Sheep

Gear-intensive high-country hunts require specialized lightweight equipment, but not all of the essentials can be...
Food Plots: Proof Hunters Care About America's Wildlife

Food Plots: Proof Hunters Care About America's Wildlife

Aside from drawing more deer to your fields, food plots provide habitat and nutrition to...
Bowhunting: Master the Mind Game

Bowhunting: Master the Mind Game

Bowhunting is as much of a mental game as it is a physical one. Try...
Field to Table: How to Care for Game Meat

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...
Secretive Sika

Secretive Sika

The sika deer is renowned for its elusive nature. Hunters willing to search out this...
4 Ways to Fine-Tune Your Rifle During the Off Season

4 Ways to Fine-Tune Your Rifle During the Off Season

If you strive to have the best rig possible come opening day, now is the...
Summer Prep for Western Big Game

Summer Prep for Western Big Game

Here’s how to prepare yourself and your rifle to avoid a swing-and-a-miss.
Tahr for Two

Tahr for Two

Some say game animals don't belong on New Zealand's South Island, but for hunters they...
4 Safety Tips for Hunting Dogs

4 Safety Tips for Hunting Dogs

Here are a few tips to ensure your four-legged hunting companion stays as safe as...
How to Choose the Right Predator Camo

How to Choose the Right Predator Camo

When choosing camo to wear when predator hunting, it’s important to keep in mind what...
New for 2019: Browning Buck Mark Medallion Rosewood

New for 2019: Browning Buck Mark Medallion Rosewood

The new Browning Buck Mark Medallion Rosewood features a 5½-inch blackened stainless steel barrel with...
Hardware: SIG Sauer Elite Hunting Ammunition

Hardware: SIG Sauer Elite Hunting Ammunition

SIG Sauer has a legacy of offering top-shelf products, regardless of type, and it appears...
Top 8 New Products for Gundog Owners

Top 8 New Products for Gundog Owners

Here’s the rundown on some of the best new products you won’t want to leave...
Boundary Waters Bucks

Boundary Waters Bucks

While hunters in the North can seem about as scarce as the bucks that call...
Treestand Falls: Deer Hunting’s Most Common Accident

Treestand Falls: Deer Hunting’s Most Common Accident

Despite the widespread availability of safety equipment, it happens every year: Hunters are severely injured—or...
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