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Know-How: Sharpen a Knife

Other than a gun or bow, a knife is about the most important tool a hunter may carry. Of course it must be sharp to be useful. Here’s how to put a good edge on it.

Arizona Bans Use of Trail Cameras

On June 11, 2021, the Arizona Game and Fish Department Commission voted unanimously to ban trail cameras “for the purpose of taking or aiding in the take of wildlife, or locating wildlife for the purpose of taking or aiding in the take of wildlife.”

Instant Pot Wild Game Made Easy

The Instant Pot is a “new” version of Grandma’s old pressure cooker. At the press of a button, it can sauté, pressure cook and slow cook to turn out stews, quickly cooked rice or beans or a mouthwatering, cooked-all-day meal.

Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2020: Best Deals on Hunting Gear

On Friday, the stores will be jam-packed with folks looking for the best deals they can find on Christmas gifts, while Monday will see a similar flurry of activity from behind computer screens. We here at American Hunter figured we’d lend a helping hand, with the sportsman’s guide to Black Friday, and Cyber Monday gift-buying.

How to Carry and Use a Binocular

There is perhaps no tool used more universally by hunters than the binocular. Learn how to properly use and care for yours to get the most out of this modern marvel.

First Look: Axeon NightVue

The NightVue, from Axeon, is a binocular-mounted green laser illuminator, which transforms a standard set of binoculars from being a daytime-only tool, to a round-the-clock optic.

A Beginner’s Guide to Traditional Bowhunting

Traditional bowhunting has its advantages and disadvantages, but one thing is certain: It will make you a better hunter and woodsman. Up for the challenge? Here’s how to get started.

6 Genius Zip Tie Hacks for Hunters

Sometimes we need quick field solutions for the least expected problems. The common zip tie can help.

6 Rules for Spotting More Game

It takes patience and practice to spot game like a guide. Follow these rules to find more bucks and bulls with your optics, and hone your skills before the hunt.

Turkey Hunting: Hide That Decoy ... A Little Bit

Show a gobbler too much for too long, and he’ll get suspicious. Make that bird put in some work—and come in range—before he gets a glimpse of your decoy.

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