Attention to Detail Makes for an Ethical Hunter
With your heart racing and a big buck in the scope, it’s easy to overlook the small stuff. But ignoring the details can spell disaster.
Turkey Ethics: On the Fly
Is shooting a turkey in flight—assuming it's legal where you're hunting—ethical?
Turkey Ethics: The Ambush
Wily old toms don't always want to cooperate. When that happens, it's time to consider alternative tactics.
NRA's Handy Hunter/Landowner Permission Slips Keep You Ready on the Spot
You never know when you’ll stumble across an opportunity to pick up a new tract of private hunting ground. Why not keep a few extra NRA permission slips on hand for just such an occasion?
Hunting Ethics and You
When hunting discussions evolve into conversations about ethics, most of us jump into the fray willingly, espousing our own viewpoints to whoever’s listening, often with a sense of moral superiority. But do we really walk the talk when it comes to our decisions in the field?
Wounded and Lost
We don’t like to talk about our misses, or worse, our bad hits—but they happen. If it hasn’t happened to you, you probably haven’t hunted much. What does it feel like? Keith Wood explains.
If it's Legal, is it Automatically Ethical?
Hunting is, by and large, an individual endeavor governed by rules (game laws) that the vast majority of sportsmen adhere to. But like all things in life, within the rules there exists a gray area where actions may be legal, but it is questionable whether or not they are ethical.