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How to Prep for Elk Hunting: Physical Fitness, Mental Toughness, Shooting Skills and Shot Placement

Elk hunting is physically and mentally challenging, but you can minimize these challenges by being...

How to Build Killer Confidence Behind Your Rifle

Before fall big-game seasons begin, it’s important to build confidence in your rifle, ammo and...

The Future of Hunting in America

To prevent the future decay of our sport, we need to be open and honest...

E-Collar for the Next Generation: The Dogtra Pathfinder

Humans have used dogs to hunt for thousands of years. More recently, technology (specifically GPS...

Join the Hunt: 5 Ways to Help Your Hunting Heritage

Supporting the next generation of hunters is crucial to our sport. Along with taking a...

Shoot in 'The Zone' To Conquer Buck Fever

“Buck fever” is often spoke of as something to be avoided, but this hunter’s-high is...

Gundogs: Be a Silent Partner

We’ve all seen the guy who throws out vocal commands to his dog like they...

Choice Deer Rig for 2019: Mossberg MVP LR and Riton RT-S Mod 5 Gen2 Scope

Need a new deer rig for the upcoming season? The Mossberg MVP LR topped with...

Pack Goats: The Premier Pack Animal You’ve Probably Overlooked

Forget horses and mules. Hunting with a pack goat may be the key to taking...

Join the Hunt: A Good Day at the Range

Taking a new shooter to the range for the first time can be a wonderful...

Members' Best 2019

Your photos provide not simply a review of your accomplishments and endeavors over the past...

Lever-Gun 101

A quick-handling lever-action excels in situations where seconds count, but like any rifle is only...

Behind the Bullet: .22 LR

There’s a good reason that the .22 LR is often a hunter’s first rifle; it’s...

Why My Cartridge is Better Than Yours

Contributor Philip Massaro explains why his cartridge of choice is—and always will be—vastly superior to...

Where to Find a Hunter

The number of hunters involved in our sport is in sharp decline. So where do...

Coyote Dogs: Why You Want One

A dog can boost coyote success, and just may be the perfect predator-hunting companion. Learn...

How to Train Your Dog to Blood-Trail Deer

There are breeds that specialize in just about every task, but almost any dog can...

Hunting in Graham Hill's Tracks

An able-bodied outdoorsman wheels a mile in the shoes of a disabled hunter to gain...

Tips and Tactics for Hunting Western Whitetails

Tactics that work for whitetails back East may not cut it for deer of the...

A Ram While the Day is Young

All sheep hunts have their ups and downs. A hunter in his 60s feels every...
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