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Follow these tips for making shots at game on the move.

Hunting Field Skills: Hitting Moving Targets

Paul Rackley - March 27, 2020

Follow these tips for making shots at game on the move.

Want to play the right tune while turkey hunting this spring? Understand which type of call is best for you.

Turkey Calls: Choose the Right Instrument

M.D. Johnson - March 23, 2020

Want to play the right tune while turkey hunting this spring? Understand which type of call is...

Your actions in the field — with no audience or consequence — may determine the future of hunting and fishing.

How Do You Behave Outdoors When Nobody's Looking?

Andrew McKean - March 18, 2020

Your actions in the field — with no audience or consequence — may determine the future of...

Think inside and outside the box to attract wood ducks to your favorite waterway.

DIY: Give Woodies a Home

Michael D. Faw - March 10, 2020

Think inside and outside the box to attract wood ducks to your favorite waterway.

As winter food sources dwindle, hogs move more often. Here's how to be at the right place at the right time.

Proven Cold-Weather Hog-Hunting Tactics

Terry Madewell - February 28, 2020

As winter food sources dwindle, hogs move more often. Here's how to be at the right place at...

Said the hunter: ‘We knew he was big, but not world-record big.'

World Record Rocky Mountain Goat Approved by Pope & Young

Game & Fish Digital Staff - February 20, 2020

Said the hunter: ‘We knew he was big, but not world-record big.'

Improve your odds against mature gobblers by playing off their aggressive behavior.

Calling Angry Birds This Turkey Hunting Season

Brian Lovett - February 14, 2020

Improve your odds against mature gobblers by playing off their aggressive behavior.

Chestnut Hill shares its philosophy of land management at ATA Show 2020.

How to Improve Habitat for Hunting Deer

Game & Fish Digital Staff - January 10, 2020

Chestnut Hill shares its philosophy of land management at ATA Show 2020.

Your rifle isn't shooting as well as it had, but you can likely fix the problem.

DIY: When a Good Gun Goes Bad

Bryce M. Towsley - January 06, 2020

Your rifle isn't shooting as well as it had, but you can likely fix the problem.

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