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4 Tips When Jig Fishing For Bass

by Chris Schneider 0

Although the art of jig fishing for bass has been around for hundreds of years, not all anglers understand a… more »


Hot New Hunting Handguns for 2015

by Chris Cheng 0

The first gun I ever shot, a Ruger Single Six, and the first gun I ever owned, a Sig Sauer… more »


11 New Hunting Suppressors for 2015

by Paul Rackley 0

For decades, suppressors have been called silencers and labeled assassin and poacher tools, despite a lack of evidence outside of… more »


4 Reasons You Should Use Hunting Action Cameras This Season

by Josh Dahlke 0

A hunter’s success often depends on the ability to learn from one’s mistakes. As any whitetail addict knows, a wicked… more »


15 Great Crossbows Under $1,000

by Bob Humphrey 0

Today’s crossbow hunters want lighter, more compact, better-balanced and smoother-shooting bows. They want faster speeds and more energy, but with crisper… more »


Gear Test: Best New Boots for Hunting

by Eric Conn 0

  With hunting season fast approaching, now is the time to get yourself and your hunting gear in top-notch shape. And that… more »


Best New Compound Bows for 2015

by Christian Berg 0

I once interviewed a lucky bowhunter who had just arrowed the state-record whitetail buck. I don’t remember all the details… more »


TriggerTech’s Innovative Crossbow Trigger is the Future

by Tracy Breen 0

It is safe to say a late percentage of new crossbow hunters are people who sent most of their time… more »

Smooth gears and 7 a unique, effective casting system 8 make the Revo MGX a standout among high-quality reels.

First Look: Abu Garcia MGX Spinning Reel

by John Geiger 0

Game & Fish/Sportsman editors got to take a first look at Abu Garcia’s new $300 Revo spinning reel. Until now, the Premier was Revo’s top-of-the-line spinning reel. Now,… more »


Best New Hunting Optics for 2015

by Gary Lewis 1

When I counted up the hours spent afield last year, the ones that meant the most were in open country…. more »

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