It’s a pleasure to take pride in the way your dog acts in a duck blind. Mike Stewart of Wildrose…»
The first thing a novice rabbit hunter must understand is that beagling is a team sport. While in training the…»
I have stumbled many a time during the last 50 years that I have been in the woods and I…»
InterMedia Outdoor’s Jim Bequette sits down with Realtree’s Bill Jordan to talk about Realtree’s early days, what they’re doing now…»
The holidays are upon us, and if you have friends or family who love hunting and fishing, now is the…»
While we scouting a natural lake that was far off the beaten path, my son Justin heard something that caught…»
Opening day of deer season is an event. As the first rays of light climb toward the horizon, shots ring…»
Whitetail deer hunting is in full swing across the U.S. and hunters big and small are finding success afield. Here’s…»
The whipping was undeniable. It seemed my fly-rod-wielding buddy was engaged with another trout every time I gave him a…»
To me, few things are more satisfying than enjoying a big meal, kicking back in my favorite over-stuffed chair and…»
Long before pit blinds, motorized decoys and flagging became en vogue for waterfowling, experienced jump-shooters could turn a bluebird day…»
MAN-MADE RESERVOIRS Man-made impoundments can be classified into two basic types — highland and lowland. The former are characterized by…»
Turkeys are thriving in the Empire State. Do your homework now, and you’re likely to get your gobbler.
Many legendary rivers in New York aren’t what they used to be, but anglers loyal to some less famous streams say their fishing keeps getting better.
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