Mainred Zone Food Plot

First Look: Antler King Red Zone Food Plot

Antler King’s Red Zone food-plot mix is designed to give hunters an opportunity at a trophy buck no matter what season they hunt.

First Look: New Binos from Covert Optics

From alpine slopes to desert floors to the whitetail woods, Covert Optics 8X42mms and 10X42mms are made to help hunters dissect the details of wild landscapes to uncover a prospective target animal, or accurately size up a cruising buck in the distance.

First Look: TruGlo Intercept Rifle Scope with Expanded BDC Options

TruGlo has reintroduced its Intercept rifle scope for 2022, with new features designed to give shooters a broader range of options and improved performance in the hunting fields.

Additional CWD-Positive Deer Confirmed in Ohio

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife has confirmed nine additional wild whitetail deer—five bucks and four does—have tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).

Leupold & Mule Deer Foundation Host Black-Tailed Deer Summit

Leupold & Stevens, Inc., in partnership with the Mule Deer Foundation and Oregon Hunters Association, hosted the first-ever Black-Tailed Deer Summit at the company’s headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon on April 20-21.

Senators Introduce CWD Bill

Senators John Hoeven (R-N.D.) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) have introduced legislation to address a host of state and federal needs in the fight to contain CWD.

Field Tested: Leupold BX-5 and SX-4

Associate Editor David Herman takes a pair of Leupold BX-5 Santiam binoculars and an SX-4 Pro Guide spotting scope afield to scout the Sonoran mountains.

#SundayGunday: Gunwerks ClymR

Get a closer look at the Gunwerks ClymR rifle system, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.

Comfort Afield: ThermaSeat Roundup

Contributor Barb Melloni gives a rundown on the different offerings available from ThermaSeat, to keep hunters comfortable in the woods this turkey season (and beyond).

5 Species to Pursue in the Offseason

For most hunters, the end of deer season ushers in the offseason blues. But those ambitious enough to dig a bit can find plenty of game to pursue until next fall. Here are five species to keep us all occupied.

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