Tony J. Peterson
A bow has to work with an individual in fit and performance, and if it doesn't, the whole process suffers.
Tony Kalna Jr
Turkey season is here. Here's what Missouri hunters should expect going into April.
Last year hunters had the best season in 15 years. Find out what's in store for this year.
Both Mississippi and Louisiana are poised to have strong seasons this year.
Tony J. Peterson - October 01, 2019
Executing a sharply angled shot is one of the toughest assignments in bowhunting. Here is how...
Terry Madewell - September 23, 2019
Taking deer in the early season requires specific tactics to overcome challenges that heat and...
Scott Bestful - September 23, 2019
Crafting fake scrapes now can make your deer hunt — this month, or later in the season.
With populations at all-time highs across much of the region and expanded seasons in some...
Feel free to sweat the small stuff if you want, but don't sweat over finding bucks during the...
Roger Wheaton - September 20, 2019
Here's where the experts think hunters will find the biggest bulls this season.
Scott Haugen - July 23, 2019
Summer is prime time to get after aggressive coyotes. Try these tactics for consistent...
Brad Fitzpatrick - January 31, 2019
Want to kill more 'yotes this season? Follow these tips and learn how to be a more proficient...
Scott Haugen - July 05, 2018
Focusing on coyote behavior is just one key to success when hunting them in the West's vast
G&F Online Staff - July 02, 2019
He's out there, the wild boar of every hunter's dreams.
Ian Nance - May 28, 2019
Try these tips to improve your wild boar hunting skill set.
October 30, 2018
Shooting hogs on the run requires a trained eye and the right gear. Here's how to set up for...
Larry Case - September 24, 2019
Find the right food sources and you can have hours of fun stalking bushytails.
Justin Goethe - June 27, 2019
From curs to feists, squirrel dogs come in various forms. But the best ones come from good...
Ken McBroom - November 26, 2018
Kentucky offers many hunting opportunities, and with the cooler weather comes the desire to...
Brian Lovett - August 26, 2019
Suddenly, .410s and 28 gauges are legitimate turkey hunting options.
Three ways to stay in the game for gobblers.
Scenes from afield: Game & Fish Photo Editor Ron Sinfelt shares photos of scouting with his...
September 11, 2019
Lightweight, nimble upland shotgun for next generation.
Lynn Burkhead - September 09, 2019
Lone Star State wingshooters could have a stellar season, especially in the south.
M.D. Johnson - September 05, 2019
Be sneaky, hunt into the wind and know a rooster's routine.
M.D. Johnson - September 11, 2019
Get ready for duck season with these five great shotshell options.
M.D. Johnson - August 28, 2019
Are you using the right hen-to-drake ratio in your spread? It could make all the difference.
Lynn Burkhead - August 19, 2019
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service duck breeding population numbers are down again, but above...
G&F Online - September 17, 2019
'Next year, we're going to need a bigger boat'
September 16, 2019
Reality-based hunting series debuted this summer.
Michael F.X. Cassidy - August 01, 2019
Readers will find new look, new features beginning in September issues.
G&F Online Staff - December 24, 2018
From a world-record crappie to the best gear of the year, these hunting and fishing articles...
Game & Fish Online Staff - September 07, 2018
Here's a look at some of coyote hunting rifles and shot gun featured in this summer's Game &...
Game & Fish Online Staff - July 30, 2018
Behind the Badge is a regular series of perspective stories by Oklahoma game warden Carlos...
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