We got three animal and survival experts to analyze six violent, unexpected wildlife encounters of the past year. Their advice could save your life.
We tested two of the best last winter while hunting whitetails on the coldest days of the season in northern Michigan and coyotes on frigid February nights.
Whenever a fresh, midnight snow falls on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, you can find Ron Edgerly out before dawn, prowling back roads looking for fresh bobcat tracks.
Only a handful of hunters in North America can claim to be expert at consistently taking wolves without the aid of traps or a pack of hounds. Here, three of the best give the inside scoop on how you can better stack the odds in your favor this season.
Coyotes get blamed for everything from fawn predation in the spring to decreased deer sightings in the fall. But are the claims valid?
A $100,000 tournament is one of many things adding to the growing interest in carp fishing in the U.S.
If you think about it, predator hunting is a strange thing to want to do. The hours are terrible. The hunting is tough. Not tough like Chuck Norris or a $3 steak, but tough like trying to understand quantum mechanics or locate the Holy Grail.
These six men committed some of the worst crimes imaginable and then used their wilderness skills to hide out in the badlands for long periods of time. Read their stories here.
Wild swine pose massive ecological threat put provide lots of hunting fun.
A crash course in hunting the most overlooked game bird
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