One man’s trash can be another man’s tarpon.
A group of Sarasota, Fla., anglers delivered dozens of hammerhead shark pups on the beach.
Although I’ve never had the pleasure of hunting with them, Harold Knight and David Hale have always been two of my favorite turkey-hunting personalities. Incredibly knowledgeable, kind and gentlemanly, Harold and David taught an entire generation of sportsmen how to hunt spring gobblers.
Here's an intriguing turkey photo that's worth a double take.
Cleaning-station tips for perfect walleye fillets every time.
Here's our take on five turkey vests that are making their debut this spring.
Come look for me at the 2014 Deer and Turkey Expo.
Anyone can age a turkey once he’s in hand. It’s a bit trickier to judge whether a gobbler you are hearing, seeing, or calling to is a dominant bird—a trophy turkey. I now know what I should have been looking and listening for.
Through the years, I’ve had the good fortune of chasing gobblers with some of the legends of modern day turkey hunting but can say with a heaping dose of conviction that no one sounds more like a turkey than Ray.
A friend in New Hampshire, Mike Romano, emailed us this morning with a couple a fascinating story and two intriguing photos. Here’s his story:
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