#SundayGunday: Ruger M77 Hawkeye Predator
Get a closer look at the Ruger M77 Hawkeye Predator, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.
Essential Gear for Predator Hunting the West
The West is a great place to hunt predators, but expect longer shot distances, open terrain and stronger winds. Update your gear so it’s prepared to meet the challenge.
How to Hunt Coyotes in Low-Visibility Conditions
If you’re left with nothing to show from your last couple of predator hunts, key on these environmental factors to hunt coyotes in low-visibility conditions.
Top 5 Predator Cartridges
While there are many great predator cartridges to choose from, these practical choices rise to the top.
Nebraska Mountain Lion Lottery Application Period is Nov. 1 - Dec. 8
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will accept lottery applications for mountain lion permits Nov. 1- Dec. 8, 2021, for the 2022 hunting season.
Coyote Population Booms in Florida
Coyotes have inundated south Florida to such a level that Broward County Parks, along with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, held an online coyote seminar this spring on dealing with coyotes.
#SundayGunday: Savage Arms Impulse Predator
Get a closer look at the Savage Arms Impulse Predator, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday video series.
First Look: FoxPro Hi-Jack Electronic Game Caller
The Fox-Pro Hi-Jack has been re-engineered to produce large volume from a small package. The lightweight kit works off a TX-1000 remote, which comes standard with 100 FoxPro sounds, plus the FoxPro free sound library (which itself has over 100), and the ability to hold 1000 more.
Must-Have Coyote Hunting Gear
Just when you thought hunting season was over, think again. Coyote season—if you don’t happen to live somewhere it’s open 365 days a year—is a great opportunity to test not only your patience, but experiment with a wide array of calls, decoys, lights and all sorts of other fun gear.
How to Make the Most of Your Coyote Calling Partner
You want to kill more coyotes this winter … right? For now, set aside the off-the-wall strategies and gizmos. The simplest answer to more coyotes is to hunt with a partner. Here’s why.