Next week, the Quality Deer Management Association is hosting the first-ever North American Whitetail Summit, and Outdoor Life will be there to report on the proceedings. Check back here several times a day next week as we provide hour-by-hour coverage of the proceedings.
You can ask about Outdoor Life’s history and evolution. You can ask about John Snow’s stinky feet. You can ask about my favorite deer rifle, or my go-to coyote call. Or you can ask me about how an inarticulate Midwestern kid got to be the editor of your favorite outdoors magazine.
Regular readers will recall that I wondered several weeks ago what sort of knife to get my daughter for her 10-year birthday.
Deploying scents to fool predators isn’t a new idea—after all, wolfers in the 19th century used woodsmoke to cover their ripe body odor—but a new crop of commercial scents adds rabbit urine, fox pee, putrid meat, and even incense to your coyote-hunting arsenal.
Two new hunter-oriented GPS Units will help you find your way home, but they also make the trip a multimedia odyssey.
Regular readers know that knives wrap me up. Pocketknives. Sheath knives. Camp blades. Bowies. I love them all in proportion to their qualities of keenness, appearance, durability, and utility.
The biggest news in conservation this week is the presumed passage of the 2014 Farm Bill, a monstrous, acronym-filled jumble of commodity programs, Food Stamps, consumer protections, and wildlife-habitat provisions that adds up to about $1 trillion over the next 10 years.
Whether your goal is inches of antler or freezer-filling meat, this is the season to apply for dream hunts.
The perfect hunting knife is likely a combination of these four blades.
I don’t think its contrasting colors hide me from wild animals. I don’t think looking like an oak tree or a wetland makes me invisible to deer or geese. And I don’t think a distracting pattern of pixels obscures me from the keen eyes of antelope or elk.
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