Weather Starts Conversation In Coyote Country Lead

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.

Q&A With a Whitetail Fanatic

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

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.

How to Hunt Chukar, the ‘Devil Bird’

Many swear off a chukar hunt out West because they don’t want any part of the challenging terrain the birds call home, but there is a method to this upland madness. And if you unlock it, you just may find yourself hooked on the “devil bird.”

Summer Coyote-Hunting Tips

Mike Roux shares some tips for how to keep the coyote chase going all summer.

Trail Camera Tips

Looking for tips on trail-cam types, placement and strategies? Contributor Mike Roux may be able to help.

Turkey Cycles: How to Hunt Every Stage of the Season

Mike Roux has spent long enough in the turkey woods to know spring comes in four specific cycles. Here's how to hunt each and every one.

Late Season Turkey Tips

Contributor Mike Roux talks his readers through tactics to kill a Tom late in the season.

Combining Calls for Turkey-Hunting Success

Looking to enhance your effectiveness in the turkey woods this season? Check out this story from contributor Mike Roux, for an excellent and educational anecdote highlighting the importance of a full quiver of calls.

Opening Day Turkey Hunting Tactics

Hunters who don’t map out a plan of action beyond when to wake up risk getting skunked. Here’s insight into the mind of turkeys to help you pick the right spots to set up, and when to move and call to outfox toms from sunup to sundown.

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