Remington's R-15 VTR
At 7.75 pounds with a 22-inch barrel, Remington’s semi-automatic R-15 makes an ideal predator rifle.
The Coyote Caller’s Playbook
Here the author offers up tips on how to lure in predators that have learned prey-in-distress calls are too good to be true.
Coyote Mating Season Mayhem
A bitter conflict in the coyote community is escalating. From mid-January to mid-March, depending on where you live, coyotes are locked in a territorial battle for the right to breed. Mating season mayhem is upon us.
Scents for Coyotes?
Being a dyed-in-the-wool bowhunter means I am always worried about something smelling me. This is not something that needs telling to serious predator guys, but just a way of explaining how, many moons ago I started using Wildlife Research Center’s Scent Killer scent-eliminating sprays, shower products and laundry soaps.
Predator Callers: Watch the Edges
Spring is a great time to call coyotes, fox, and bobcats. However, one mistake many novice callers make that costs them many an opportunity is forgetting to watch the edges.
Pros & Cons of Decoying Predators
Decoys have become a large part of many predator hunters’ bags of tricks in recent years. Here are some pros and cons to using them.
Mossberg Varmint Predator Rifle
On a ground squirrel/coyote hunt in eastern Oregon, I had the chance to test the MVP (Mossberg Varmint Predator) in both the Varmint and Predator versions. These guns are worthy of consideration for four basic reasons. First, they are extremely accurate. Second, they accept standard AR-15 magazines (we used both five- and 20-shot mags). Third, they can take all the field abuse you can give them and still deliver. And fourth, the price is right.
Best AR-15 Calibers For Predator Hunting
Here is a look at several of the mainstream predator-hunting cartridge options for the AR-15 platform.
To Catch a Predator
Don’t miss out on the hottest hunting in America. Coyotes, foxes, bobcats and more all await your attention.
Surviving With Wolves
Wildlife managers, hunters, trappers and others are creating new frameworks to ensure there is room on the landscape for predators and prey.