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U.S. Senator makes all the right moves in gaining Ohio carcass. Stories

Sen. Portman Takes a Tom

W. H. “Chip” Gross, OutdoorChannel.com

U.S. Senator makes all the right moves in gaining Ohio carcass.

Big flakes drove down hard and wet, the kind you get from a Rocky Mountain blizzard. 
It was what you would expect in Colorado, but there were also some things you might not expect. Stories

Shooting Stereotypes

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

Big flakes drove down hard and wet, the kind you get from a Rocky Mountain blizzard. It was...

It's 3 p.m. on a February afternoon and here in Saskatchewan's desolate Grain Belt the straightedge horizon is already dissolving in a grainy gray twilight. The relentless wind is honed by icy pellets that haven't touched ground since they left the Yukon. I can't feel my toes and my eyelashes are starting to freeze shut underneath my facemask. Stories

The Howling

By Andrew McKean, Outdoor Life

It's 3 p.m. on a February afternoon and here in Saskatchewan's desolate Grain Belt the...

You might not know it, but you're the key to fighting poaching in Utah. Stories

Utah's Front Line Against Poaching

by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources

You might not know it, but you're the key to fighting poaching in Utah. "You're crucial to our...

Continued concern over a deadly deer virus is moving westward, as wildlife officials in Wyoming are expecting what could be the worst die-off in decades at and around the Black Hills region in the northeastern part of the state. Stories

Virus Hits West Herds

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Continued concern over a deadly deer virus is moving westward, as wildlife officials in...

On Aug. 31, Division of Wildlife Resources Biologist Tom Becker flew a helicopter survey over the Cedar Mountains in central Tooele County. He found an average of 18 chukars per square mile. Stories

Utah Chukar Numbers Climbing

by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources

On Aug. 31, Division of Wildlife Resources Biologist Tom Becker flew a helicopter survey over...

A deer's primary survival mechanism is its stomach, at least according to whitetail guru, Neil Dougherty. Years of evolution have left deer with a specialized stomach that allows them to feed for a short burst of time and then go lay down to digest their food. Stories

What You Need to Know About Food Sources to Pinpoint Bucks

by Alex Robinson, OutdoorLife.com

A deer's primary survival mechanism is its stomach, at least according to whitetail guru, Neil...

Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo have been together for numerous hunts, most on their Stories

Vicki's first buck came on solo adventure

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo have been together for numerous hunts, most on their "Archer's...

Hunting numbers are up, reversing a previous trend, according to a national survey. Shawn Meyer, an author of children's hunting books and a youth hunting advocate, said increased interest in getting young people involved in hunting is one of the primary reasons. Stories

The More, The Merrier

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Hunting numbers are up, reversing a previous trend, according to a national survey. Shawn...

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