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6.5 Creedmoor Proven: How Does It Actually Perform on Big Game?

The 6.5 Creedmoor is arguably the most popular rifle cartridge of the 21st century, but...

6 Rules for Spotting More Game

It takes patience and practice to spot game like a guide. Follow these rules to...

Tips and Tactics for Hunting Western Whitetails

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

How to Make a Hunter

Lessons the author learned while introducing friends and family to our pastime can be brought...

Making Meat: How to Be Your Own Butcher

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

Coffee, Classic Country And Colorado Mule Deer

In the northwest corner of the Centennial State, the deer of the West migrates from...

Know-How: Made in the Shade

Bowhunters tackling the challenge of open-country mule deer hunting face a daunting task: find a...

An Open-and-Close Case

Wise old mule deer bucks hole up in dark timber … or hide in plain...

Searching for an Oregon Ghost

Prowling our 33rd state proves the secretive blacktail is a hard-earned trophy.

Bobcats Come Creeping

Bobcats are where you find them, and you find them mostly where they want to...

Where Mule Deer Hide

Mature bucks are different, but the places they look for on public land can be...

Know-How: Cabin Fever Creations

Have antlers that you'd like to get more out of? Field Editor Frank Miniter has...

Don't Discount Midday During Deer Season

Dawn and dusk have magic, but you may well score more often at midday.

Alberta Whitetails & Friends

Unlike many Midwest whitetail hunters, Field Editor Ron Spomer was not surprised to see "America's"...

The Middle Hours

Dawn and dusk have magic, but you may well score on big game more often...

Member's Hunt: Stalking the King of Deer

It took NRA members Jim Winjum of Bozeman, Mont., nearly a decade to draw a...

Deer in the Long Grass

Pockets of plum hold prairie mule deer and whitetails—a few little ones. For more bucks...

Nebraska Whitetails Rising

Nebraska uses the whitetail deer as a state symbol for good reason, as the author...

Eddie's Bear

Outfitters put us in treestands they’ve hung. They back us up on brown bears. They...

Guns & Loads for Black Bears

There are tougher big game animals out there. But bears are bears, and a poorly-hit...