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Diet Mt. Dew pro Jason Christie of Park Hill, Okla., crossed the stage with a five-bass limit weighing 13 pounds, 6 ounces for a two-day total of 10 bass weighing 31-7 to lead day two of the Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Ouachita. Stories

Christie Takes Day 2 Lead at FLW Cup

FLW Outdoors

Diet Mt. Dew pro Jason Christie of Park Hill, Okla., crossed the stage with a five-bass limit...

If upland game bird hunting is a gentlemen's sport, someone forgot to tell the chukars. Stories

Chukar Chasing: Season is on for Wily Upland Game Birds

Roger Phillips, McClatchy Newspapers

If upland game bird hunting is a gentlemen's sport, someone forgot to tell the chukars.

When Cody Robbins dropped his massive mule deer in Saskatchewan during a bow hunt in September 2011, he knew it was the trophy of a lifetime. Upon taking measurements, it appeared there would a new world record for a nontypical mule deer. Stories

Cody Robbin's Massive Mulie

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

When Cody Robbins dropped his massive mule deer in Saskatchewan during a bow hunt in September...

On Friday, March 19, 2010, the California Outdoor Heritage Alliance held its 1st annual pheasant hunt at Raahauge's Pheasant Club in Norco, California, and the event was a success. OutdoorChannel.com was there to experience the event firsthand. Stories

COHA Holds Successful 1st Annual Pheasant Hunt

by Lindsay Promack, OutdoorChannel.com

On Friday, March 19, 2010, the California Outdoor Heritage Alliance held its 1st annual...

Kentucky uses smallmouth bass for broodstock purposes and restocking efforts.  After spawning, the fish are returned to the lake.  According to wildlife officials, there is no fishing without broodstock. Stories

Collecting Broodstock An Important Tool For Fisheries Management

Lee McClellan, Kentucky Afield Outdoors

Kentucky uses smallmouth bass for broodstock purposes and restocking efforts. After spawning,...

We had left the boat long ago. I have a compass pinned to my jacket but can't see it. Periodically I check with my fingers for my quiver and its five arrows, broadheads affixed to each, stainless steel over carbon. I have come to north-central Saskatchewan to kill a moose with my bow; I have tried here before but got no shots.
Stories

Close calls: Tracking the essence of moose hunting

Dennis Anderson, Star Tribune (Minneapolis)

We had left the boat long ago. I have a compass pinned to my jacket but can't see it....

Having witnessed world-champion-caliber callers shake their heads and mumble after delivering 10 minutes of the goosiest talk known to man, only to watch a flock of honkers disappear into the wild blue yonder, it has become succinctly clear to me that no one pulls in every bunch of geese they see. No one. Stories

Close-Range Canadas

Gary Koehler, Ducks Unlimited

Having witnessed world-champion-caliber callers shake their heads and mumble after delivering...

When I last checked in with Islamorada daylight swordfish pioneers, captains Richard Stanczyk and Vic Gaspeny, they were on a yearlong streak approaching 50 consecutive trips of boating at least one sword with the sun shining. That streak ended at 53 in mid-October last year. Stories

Closing in fast on the swords

By Susan Cocking, McClatchy Newspapers

When I last checked in with Islamorada daylight swordfish pioneers, captains Richard Stanczyk...

More opportunities for taking a wild turkey are muffed by hunters during the last critical few moments before pulling the trigger than at any other time during a hunt. Stories

Closing the Deal

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

More opportunities for taking a wild turkey are muffed by hunters during the last critical few...

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