A Rifle Hunter's First Bowhunting Buck

A rifle hunter catches the bowhunting bug, becomes a better hunter and bags a fiancé along the way. Still, her hardest-earned “trophy” will be a mature whitetail buck.

Kansas Big-Game Application Deadline is Today!

Today, Apr. 25, is the application deadline for Kansas so here's a reminder to put in for your tag by midnight tonight.

There's No Place Like Kansas

Kansas' almost 46 million acres of farmland provide a plethora of food for the state's whitetail herd, a veritable yellow brick road paved in corn and wheat. Add to that available mast browse and relatively mild winters, and you've got the makings for big-racked bucks. Would all those factors coincide to put a giant in front of the author? Only time in a stand will tell.

Member's Hunt: Big Shoes to Fill

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Timothy Baugh of Bridgeport, California.

Video: The Wonders of Winter Turkey Hunting

Winter turkey hunting? You'd better believe it.

Indiana and Kansas Add Right to Hunt Amendments

Hunters in Indiana and Kansas scored landslide victories during the 2016 General Election when voters overwhelmingly approved adding an amendment to each state’s constitution that preserves the right to hunt.

Review: IMR Red Powder

The Hodgdon Powder Company—long-famous for its deep roots as well as its innovative measures in powder development—has continued to deliver the goods for the reloading community. IMR Red is just one of a series of five new powders introduced in 2017.

The Wonderful World of Winter Turkey Hunting

Don't wait for spring to call in gobblers. Bundle up for hot action in the cold.

Member's Hunt: Introducing the Sons-in-Law to Hunting Turkey in Kansas

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Douglas E. Lierle of Lone Tree, Colorado.

A Rio Grande Daily Double

Web Managing Editor Shawn Skipper sought his first turkey on a trip to northwestern Kansas. He left the Sunflower State with a pair.

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