Many hunters believe windy days mean less deer movement. Yet, research suggests deer are unaffected by wind and extreme weather like Hurricane Michael.
Gun fit matters. We break down the reasons why it matters, and explain how a shooter can have the fit and function of a custom rifle right out of the box.
High-powered, pocket flashlights are trending upward in popularity thanks to the growing number of people who consider them a critical benefit to everyday life.
A Wyoming elk hunter who was killed by a charging grizzly bear likely had 3 seconds or less to react before taking the grizzly’s first hit.
A Montana senator campaigns as a hunter, joining a string of politicians who claim to be hunters during election years. Problem is, this senator isn’t licensed to hunt.
An Oregon hunter fell from his treestand and hung upside-down before two hunters heard his cries for help. The most dangerous part was the rescue.
The Library of Congress offers access to vintage hunting photos and illustrations. Each centuries-old photo captures something unique or nostalgic about hunting.
The question might seem like a juvenile one, except plenty of hunters are asking it. Can passing gas on the treestand blow up a promising deer hunt?
Once you’re convinced you should hunt deer on work days, there’s an obvious question that follows: How many vacation days do you have left this year?
Deer hunters: Don’t let your stomach guide your mind. Here, we tell you what snacks NOT to take on the treestand, while uncovering hidden downsides of each.
Some hunters enjoy making their own gear like building arrows or natural ground blinds. If you’d like to add apparel to your DIY list, here’s how to make a ghillie suit.