GAME & FISH: ON NEWSSTANDS NOW

The October issue of Game & Fish magazine, America’s only national outdoor magazine with a focus on regional hunting and fishing, is available on newsstands now.

Bucket List: Wyoming Pronghorn

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Photo by Adam Heggenstaller

Few big-game hunters have not dreamed about putting their skills to test among the majesty of the American West. If you’ve yet to experience big-game hunting in the West, Wyoming is calling. More than 400,000 pronghorn and ample access await. Join Game & Fish Magazine Editorial Director Adam Heggenstaller on his bucket-list hunt.

In Your Neck of the Woods

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Photo by M.D. Johnson

You’ll find region-specific hunting and fishing info in every Game & Fish. In East editions this month, author M.D. Johnson writes that early season waterfowling can be fantastic. He covers the three top drainages in the East where you’ll want to set your spread. In Midwest editions, Bernie Barringer covers tactics for Mississippi River whitetails. The “Big Muddy” is producing big whitetails, and there’s plenty of publicland near its banks to hunt them. Out West, Andrew McKean offers up proven tips for stalking open-country mule deer. Get closer to bucks in wide-open country by applying lessons learned the hard way. In South editions, Mike Marsh tells you how tracking accorns will help you find deer. If you want to bag your deer in October, pinpoint the oak trees where they are feeding.

Chat with MLF Star & More

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Photo courtesy of Major League Fishing

Contributor Joel Shangle shares his Q&A with bass-fishing pro Brandon Palaniuk. Read the story of how a wrestler from Idaho found success on the Major League Fishing Bass Pro Tour. Also in October editions: Brad Fitzpatrick’s top scatterguns for 2019 and Editor Laura Kovarik takes us on a pheasant hunt to South Dakota.

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