The value of a deer hide ranged from a halfpenny per pound in 1831 up to about 30 cents per pound in the late 1870s. But what’s its value today — not just the hide, but the venison too?
Many classic duck-hunting boats were developed for use in the open marshes and bays of the East and North. But the South has its own originals.
Mouth-calling ducks is a lost art, but a few hunters still practice it.
Ducks don’t have to have a strong, livery flavor. Use the right duck recipes, and quackers are wonderful on the dinner table.
The history of waterfowl decoys includes some very interesting facts.
You aren’t likely to be stranded in a “Man vs. Wild” survival scenario, but if something goes bad when you’re afield, there are a few things you absolutely must know how to do.
Finally, it was opening day of duck season. Every minute would hold special thrills.
Tips for hunting snipes, rails, coots and moorhens.
Hunting mallards in flooded hardwoods might be the ultimate waterfowling experience.
More and more, today’s deer hunters are leasing lands on which to hunt with family and friends.