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:
Randy Howell won his first Bassmaster Classic with a 29-pound, 2-ounce bag of bass on the final day.
What’s a hunter with cabin fever to do right now? Grab a rimfire or a shotgun, and get on the bunnies.
Amid the uproar swirling around this weekend's black rhino hunt auction taking place at the Dallas Safari Club convention comes the breath-of-fresh-air, voice of reason from Dallas Morning Star columnist Gordon Keith.
It’s hard to say whether or not this wild boar was intentionally charging the hunter or simply running blindly away from hounds, but there is a high pucker factor involved here.
Bow season has gone by the boards. There are precious few days left in my general firearms deer season and although I'm far from ready to throw in the towel (muzzleloader season runs until New Year's Eve), I sure do wish I could get a do-over on the 2013 deer hunt.
The whitetail's world can turn brutal—especially during the rut. In this startling video, a group of hunters rescue a locked-up buck from a pack of coyotes which had already feasted on his combatant.
A deer-hunting tradition continues, despite the loss of its spiritual leader. We've got the story behind a classic New England deer hunt.
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