How to Pick a Snow Goose Guide
During the spring conservation order, you can hunt with outfitters from Arkansas to Saskatchewan. Here’s how to avoid the poseurs and choose the right one.
7 Great Lightweight Hunting Rifles
Those who venture into the backcountry—and especially those who hunt the mountains with all their gear on their back—appreciate a lightweight rifle. Here’s a look at seven top-notch options.
Wyoming Women’s Foundation Delivers Hope for the Future
The 10th Annual Women’s Antelope Hunt sponsored by the Wyoming Women’s Foundation fosters teamwork to focus on recruiting new hunters and investing in the economic self-sufficiency of women throughout the Cowboy State.
New for 2023: Streamlight Stinger Color-Rite Light
Streamlight has introduced the Stinger Color-Rite, a rechargeable LED flashlight that features a high CRI light with Color-Rite Technology for true color recognition in a variety of applications.
Duck Commander: 50 Years of Faith, Family and Ducks
Phil Robertson is 76. He hunts every day of duck season, and when he’s not hunting, he’s building blinds, working on his levy or catching catfish. He spent a hot minute with our man reflecting on the Duck Commander legacy he created 50 years ago that today promotes faith, family and duck hunting.
Earn-a-Buck: An Effective, Divisive Way to Manage Deer
Love ’em or hate ’em, they are a feature of deer seasons across many states. Here’s the background—and the pros and cons—of earn-a-buck tags.
First Look: Streamlight Syclone Jr. Light
Streamlight Inc. has debuted the Syclone Jr., an ultra-compact rechargeable work light that fits in tight spaces, and is quite at home in the field.
Hardware: Bergara Premier MgLite
The Premier MgLite rifle features an ultra-lightweight XLR Element magnesium chassis and Bergara’s proprietary CURE Carbon barrel, making it the epitome of a lightweight, packable precision hunting rifle.
Treestand Falls: Do They Require Formal Investigations?
Most state departments of natural resources investigate hunting-related shootings, and boating and OHV deaths, but they do not investigate treestand deaths; local police personnel do. Consequently, up to 73 percent of all reports of treestand falls do not list whether the victim was wearing a fall-restraint device.
Why Senate’s Consideration of $70M Bill Combating Chronic Wasting Disease Is Vital
With CWD now in 30 states, the bill would fund disease research and management.