Recipe: Deep-Fried Game Birds
The most popular bird to eat in America is chicken, and arguably the tastiest way to cook chicken is deep fried. So, why not cook our game birds the same way?
Tag Team: How to Draw a Tag for Western Big-Game Hunting
Drawing the right limited-entry tag paves the way for the hunt of a lifetime, but the application process can be confusing. Using a professional licensing service streamlines the process and increases your odds of success.
Turkey Cycles: How to Hunt Every Stage of the Season
Mike Roux has spent long enough in the turkey woods to know spring comes in four specific cycles. Here's how to hunt each and every one.
Late Season Turkey Tips
Contributor Mike Roux talks his readers through tactics to kill a Tom late in the season.
Member's Hunt: How Close is Too Close?
This latest Member's Hunt comes from Randy Malterud of Lead, S.D.
How to Waterproof Your Muzzleloader
More than any other firearm, a blackpowder rifle is subject to water seeping into nooks and crannies then failing to fire. But there are several tricks seasoned hunters employ to make sure their smokepoles fire in the rain.
Recipe: Turkey Leg Taquitos
Contributor Brad Fenson takes his readers through the process of taquito making, with a wild-game twist.
How to Set Up Your Truck for Hunting
Virtually any rig made in the last 20 years can be modified in a weekend to support you for 10 or more days in the backcountry while retaining its streetability, without breaking the bank.
How to Hunt Squirrels in the Rain
This is a good time of year to hunt bushy tails. But it’s also the time of year when Mother Nature delivers lots of rain. Don’t let a lousy weather report ruin a squirrel hunt.
Combining Calls for Turkey-Hunting Success
Looking to enhance your effectiveness in the turkey woods this season? Check out this story from contributor Mike Roux, for an excellent and educational anecdote highlighting the importance of a full quiver of calls.