Bowhunting: How to Build a Better Arrow
Like bullets, not all arrows are created equal, and the better your arrow build, the more accurate you’ll be in the field next fall.
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.
How to Select New Sights for Old Rifles
Presbyopia is the loss of the eye’s ability to focus on close objects and it affects just about everyone over 40. When it happens to riflemen they usually retire their favorite classic rifles with open sights that should never wear scopes. But they needn’t do so.
How to Build a Home Butcher Shop
Any space including a garage, shop or storage shed can be turned into a game-processing center. Learn about hoists, knives, vacuum sealers, grinders and dehydrators you need to build your own butcher shop.
How to Create Coyote Fight Sounds
Coyotes, like other predators, cannot resist a ringside seat to a good fight. So create the sounds of your own “fight club.” Yips, growls, barks—they all may work to lure a member of a local coyote family bickering among itself.
How to Start a Fire
If you find yourself in need of a fire for survival, it pays to have the skills and the goods to make one happen. For starters, you need a means of ignition, tinder and plenty of wood—and you should practice making a fire before you actually need one.
3 Tips That Will Make You a Better Wingshooter
Want to bag more birds this year? Following these simple tips can make that happen.
Know-How: Hunt Like a Military Marksman
Most hunters will never attend the U.S. Army Sniper School in Ft. Benning, Ga., or similar courses conducted by other branches of our military, but the basic elements of this type of training should be recognized as worthy techniques for any hunter to take to the field. Here are a few elements from their playbooks we can pocket for future success.
Deer Hunting: Preparing for an All-Day Sit
Sometimes, successful hunting demands staying in the woods from dawn until dusk. Here’s how to survive stand hunting’s biggest challenge.
How to Age Deer on the Hoof
Learning to age deer on the hoof is not an exact science and there are exceptions to every rule, but there are some undeniable physical characteristics that an old buck takes on as he matures. Here’s what to look for.