Editors' Picks: Top 10 Predator Xtreme Stories from 2023

The Year in Review: Our Editors' Favorite Articles from 2023.

Editors' Picks: Top 10 Predator Xtreme Stories from 2023

As we close the door on another year, it’s fun to look back at some of the top Predator Xtreme stories of 2023. Some of these are articles you clicked on, liked and shared the most during the past 12 months. Others on the list are simply those deemed best by our editorial team. Did your favorites make the cut?

10. Thinking Outside the Box for Coyotes

Sometimes it takes an unconventional approach to get the job done on educated coyotes.


9. Stalking Modern Day Dinosaurs

Hunting South Florida’s apex predator — the American alligator — can produce a pucker factor that’s off the charts.


8. Record Black Bear Killed in North Carolina

Longtime hunters find success on the second day of the 2022 season with a monster bruin in the mountainous western region of the Tar Heel State.


7. Hunting Bobcats with a Scattergun

For close encounters of the lethal kind, calling for felines means getting into the thick of things.


6. Gray Ghosts of the Timber

A bucket list hunt for a North American apex predator ends with a big, fat check mark in the “been there, done that” column.


5. Black Bear Kills Arizona Man Relaxing in Yard

Arizona man mauled, killed in rare attack by a black bear in Prescott, about 100 miles northwest of Phoenix.


4. Five Ways to Trash a Coyote Hunt

Avoid these five faux pas to achieve better results during your predator pursuits this fall.


3. Video: Three Coyotes Attack Mule Deer Fawn on Golf Course

Two golfers in a cart record the intense attack on a mule deer fawn by three coyotes..


2. The Mental Challenge of Predator Hunting

When the going gets tough, tough predator hunters dig deep and get going.


1. Trail Cam Video: Mountain Lion Attacks Elk Calf

A trail cam in the mountains of Utah captures the sights — and hair-raising sounds — of a mountain lion attacking an elk calf.



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