There are plenty of tips for how to bag predators, but what do you do after that harvest?
Which is it: KISS or Ballistic Boost?
Coyote hunters sometimes try to do too much. Consider taking a step back and making things simple.
Coyotes are all the same, but that doesn’t mean they’re all in the same place.
An increase of auto collisions involving deer means more roadside meals for coyotes. Here’s how you can use their meal advantage as your hunting advantage.
Some guys bite off more than they can chew, while others tag along to get a peek at your best hunting spots. A good hunting buddy is great when it works out. Not so much when it doesn’t.
See our lineup of a lineup of some of predator hunting’s best calibers. Find recommendations for everything from coyotes to small varmint.
Just because you’re hunting something other than predators doesn’t mean coyotes aren’t around for harvesting.
The distance deer can cover in the air just might surprise you.
Identify deer poop from that of elk or moose isn’t as easy as you’d think. Here are the differences.
A mature buck may lose 20 percent or more of its body weight during breeding season, so it needs to go into fall fat and sassy. Here’s what deer eat to make that happen.
It takes several months of research and shopping at a variety of outlets to acquire the gear you need to start trapping. But one company offers a trapping kit that includes everything and makes it easy.
Follow these steps to properly field dress and clean your deer so it’s ready for the dinner table.
Think the best coyote hunting takes place against a snowy backdrop? Think again.