Tony J. Peterson
A bow has to work with an individual in fit and performance, and if it doesn't, the whole process suffers.
Game & Fish Staff - April 01, 2020
Lynn Burkhead - April 01, 2020
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.
Where you hunt this spring is critical. Here are the top public-land picks for each part of...
Carolee Anita Boyles - March 27, 2020
Amid CWD concerns, the evolving regulation of attractants may change the way you hunt.
Jeff Johnston - March 12, 2020
Advice can be tough to follow when a whitetail is on the ground.
Game & Fish Digital Staff - February 20, 2020
Most major deer-urine scent companies are adopting the technology.
Bob Robb - December 27, 2019
Winter is here. Focus on these frozen food sources to improve your chances of scoring a giant...
Said the hunter: ‘We knew he was big, but not world-record big.'
Wayne van Zwoll
Post-rut bulls feel the thunder from pickups on forest roads and are gone ... but are they?
Andrew McKean - November 06, 2019
Get close by following these tips from lessons learned the hard way.
With populations at all-time highs across much of the region and expanded seasons in some...
Stephen D. Carpenteri - March 10, 2020
Try these two killer tactics for taking Southern coyotes.
Stephen D. Carpenteri - February 07, 2020
In the South a mix of woods, swamps and ag fields attracts all kinds of small mammals and...
Andrew McKean - February 04, 2020
Coyotes living close to humans are good at avoiding contact, which makes them even more...
Brad Fenson - January 29, 2020
Here's insider information on how to improve your chances of grounding more predators this...
Terry Madewell - February 28, 2020
As winter food sources dwindle, hogs move more often. Here's how to be at the right place at...
Terry Madwell - November 07, 2019
Fall hunting isn't just for deer; it's prime for pork as well.
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.
Stephen Carpenteri - December 19, 2019
A careful still-hunting approach can put plenty of cottontails and snowshoes in your game bag.
Stephen D. Carpenteri - December 05, 2019
If you're lucky enough to be invited by a tried-and-true hound man, here's what to expect when...
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...
Putting in the work can make all the difference when it comes to filling a turkey tag.
A new spring brings new guns and gear for working on gobblers.
March 24, 2020
Delta McKenzie's line is available in four realistic models.
M.D. Johnson - March 23, 2020
Want to play the right tune while turkey hunting this spring? Understand which type of call is...
Laura Kovarik - November 20, 2019
South Dakota's milo fields tell stories of decades-old tradition.
M.D. Johnson - November 06, 2019
Lone pheasant hunters can find success if they get creative.
Tom Keer - November 05, 2019
Fix your faults to get more hits on grouse this season.
Lynn Burkhead - September 09, 2019
Lone Star State wingshooters could have a stellar season, especially in the south.
Matt Soberg - December 18, 2019
The challenges of the late season can also yield ruffed grouse success.
Brian Lovett - December 09, 2019
The canvasback is often considered the king of North American waterfowl.
M.D. Johnson - December 04, 2019
Modern duck-hunting technology has changed how we hunt. What do we really need to be...
M.D. Johnson - November 28, 2019
Always put safety first when hunting waterfowl.
March 25, 2020
The hunting gear company continues sponsorship with Drury Outdoors.
Aaron Lucky is new head of Easton Technical Products.
Lynn Burkhead - March 13, 2020
COVID-19 crisis cancellations, postponements spread into outdoors sports world.
Game & Fish Digital Staff - February 13, 2020
The massive N.J. animal is the largest bow-harvested black bear in North America.
Jeff Johnston - February 04, 2020
It was a difficult question for a young hunter to ask, and the answer didn't come any easier.
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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