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Effective Hand Calls for Predator Hunting

Hand calls shouldn’t be relegated to the dust bin just yet. Unlike an electronic call, a couple of calls around your neck provide an inexpensive, lightweight and simple-to-master orchestra of sounds on a predator hunt.

Recipe: Upland Garlic Parmesan Risotto

Risotto is a dish that can pique anyone’s curiosity in Italian cuisine. Here’s a variation on the theme that, with the right technique and some simple ingredients, comes together quickly, making it a great weeknight menu item.

Why Weather Starts Every Conversation in Coyote Country

Sparkling sunshine, rainfall, snowstorms and particularly the wind all play a huge role in picking the location and hunting strategy of every setup.

Hunting Stealth Mode: The E-Bike Advantage

A silent mode of transportation could be a big advantage when hunting predators. Whether you’re running and gunning, setting up at a waterhole or hunting over a kill, a stealthy approach could reap big rewards.

How to Choose a Handgun Optic

Handgun optics have become smaller and more reliable than ever. Whether it’s a scope, a red-dot, a micro red-dot or an enclosed microdot there is an option for every possible use. Learn why here.

How to Use Decoys for Predator Hunting

Once upon a time predators raced to the sound of a call. Back then hunters needed nothing more to attract their attention—but these days you could use some help. Learn why modern hunters depend more than ever on decoys to help suck in coyotes and other predators.

Q&A With a Whitetail Fanatic

How to blow a whitetail hunt, and lessons from the man who saved it.

Late-Season Whitetail Muzzleloader Tactics

To be successful in late-season muzzleloader seasons, it’s best to focus on feed available this time of year, the whitetails’ need to rest, and the fact that as much as 10 percent of the doe population will come into estrus in December.

How to Scout a New Hunting Location

Contributor Mike Roux shares some well-tested methods for scouting a new hunting location.

Why Last-Chance November Bucks are the Best of All

There may be fewer bucks moving at this time, but don’t forget there also are fewer hunters in the woods. Look for buck patterns to re-emerge around food sources first.

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