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Things have changed in the last 11 years. In some ways I can't put my finger on all the changes, but I feel the change, as do most Americans. Stories

Things Changed After 9/11

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

Things have changed in the last 11 years. In some ways I can't put my finger on all the...

Elk season is over, leaving you with another autumn's worth of memories. While you're reminiscing, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation asks you to think about the country where you hunted, how it's changed through the years and how it's likely to change in the future. Stories

Top 5 Signs that Your Elk Hunting Area Needs Habitat Help

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Elk season is over, leaving you with another autumn's worth of memories. While you're...

More than 400,000 Americans this year will travel out of state to hunt the West, many in pursuit of elk. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation offers the following tips for a smooth trip both in the air and on the highway. Stories

Tips for traveling hunters

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

More than 400,000 Americans this year will travel out of state to hunt the West, many in...

The Louisiana Marsh comes with a reputation — coon asses and Zydeco — but it's the lush green and golden expanses of marsh grass and cane surrounded by tons of water that draws so many sportsmen to this paradise. Stories

The Duck Stops Here

Trey Reid, OutdoorChannel.com

The Louisiana Marsh comes with a reputation — coon asses and Zydeco — but it's the lush green...

Everyone has that friend who can cast a jig into just the right spot in brushy cover from 25 yards Or has a buddy who seems to never miss a shot. Or know the guy who always has the best route to take the ATV through every mud bog. The goal of the Field & Stream Total Outdoorsman Challenge, which appears exclusively on Outdoor Channel this fall, is to find the guy – or gal – who can do it all. Stories

The Total Outdoorsman

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Everyone has that friend who can cast a jig into just the right spot in brushy cover from 25...

Back in 1915, firears designer Arthur Savage stood the shooting world on its nonfunctioning ear by introducing a cartridge that sped an 87-grain bullet on its way at the then galactic speed of 3000 fps. Called the .250/3000, it appeared in an era when the .30/30 was considered a red-hot round, and it marked the start of a craze from which we have not yet recovered. With every decade cartridges get bigger and muzzle velocities get higher. Maybe it's time to ask why. Stories

The Truth About High Velocity Hunting Bullets

By David E. Petzal, Field & Stream

Back in 1915, firears designer Arthur Savage stood the shooting world on its nonfunctioning...

With the rut starting, Lee Lakosky only wanted to trick or treat in the woods wearing camo. Tiffany had other ideas. Stories

The Crush Does Halloween

OutdoorChannel.com

With the rut starting, Lee Lakosky only wanted to trick or treat in the woods wearing camo....

At L'Anguille Lounge Duck Club in Arkansas, Pat Pitt calls the shots as he has for 20 years. Stories

THE Waterfowler — Pat Pitt

Steve Wright, OutdoorChannel.com

At L'Anguille Lounge Duck Club in Arkansas, Pat Pitt calls the shots as he has for 20 years.

It must have been a woman who first said, Stories

The Well-Heeled Archer

David Hunter Jones, OutdoorChannel.com

It must have been a woman who first said, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." Clearly, the...

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