Is hunting deer in the rain more trouble than it’s worth? Here are some myths, truths and hunting strategies to help you decide.
Is this a true A-5 or merely a 21st Century revisitation, minus the heart, soul and mechanical fortitude that made John Browning’s autoloader a legend?
Specklebelly geese, or white-fronted geese, are a challenge to hunt, but that’s part of the fun.
The author and Phil Bourjaily put Ithaca”s Deerslayer III to the test. Check it out.
Check out four more states where Western ’fowlers can find great gunning and ample birds.
Decoy spreads for ducks aren’t rocket science. Here’s five ways to mix up your spread and bring in more birds. And yep, those are coot decoys you’re looking at.
Ever post your hunting pictures online and had some “friend” show up in your spot the next day? Here’s the good, the bad and the ugly of cyber-scouting.
It’s a fact — nothing works all the time. And in no situation is this statement more valid than in goose hunting. Early season, mid-season, late season; it doesn’t matter.
Looking for a new challenge? Try going old-school by going duck hunting with a muzzleloading shotgun.
Having trouble calling in educated geese that have seen everything? Try going old-school.
Wood or acrylic? Single-reed or double-reed? $15 or $150? Here’s how to know which duck call is right for you.
Looking to shoot a canvasback drake? There are few better places than the Mighty Mississippi River.
In her purest form, the Wizard is a single-shot hammer gun; truth is, she doesn’t get much more complicated than that.
An easy step-by-step process to cleaning your shotgun.