Web Managing Editor Shawn Skipper recently had the opportunity to join an NRA Outdoors Practical Hunting Rifleman School at Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary, WV. Get an inside look at the school with this video.
American Hunter Field Editor Bill Winke offers a few tips regarding the placement of your trail cameras during hunting season.
Whether you want to conserve calories or “stay with the game” overnight, sometimes it makes sense to bivouac in the backcountry. Before you do so, it pays to carefully consider options for shelter, water, food and more.
When temperatures fall, the water in the air has a nasty habit of forming a crisp layer of frost over anything that will stand still long enough. You know what stands still? Decoys. What doesn’t: real ducks and geese. And darn it if they can’t spot a frosted-over decoy from a mile away, ending your hunt before it really even begins.