“If you’d shoot it on the last day, shoot it on the first.” These words, which have been recited to me more than once, and which I have subsequently offered as advice to others, looped in my head as I stood on a gravel road in central Montana, 113 yards from a mature, 4x4 mule deer. My flight had touched down in Great Falls less than three hours earlier and I still had three full days of deer hunting ahead of me.
Senior Editor John Taranto took the new Nesika rifle to West Texas for a spot-and-stalk hunt for elusive aoudad rams. See why chasing this free-range exotic is anything but a canned hunt.
There is a dizzying amount of hunting raingear on sporting goods store racks, but it is far from equal. Here's our take on the nine leading waterproof camo outfits.
If you struggle to cast with a one-handed fly rod but aren't ready to give up on flyfishing, give Spey casting a try.
Bringing heavy, expensive camera gear into the backcountry is not an option for most people.
When hunting the backcountry, what you wear can be the difference between staying alive and not making it off the mountain.
The Freewaters Scamp is one of the most comfortably flip-flops you will ever wear.
Swing by the Crumpler store in SoHo with a case of beer this week and you might walk out with a sweet new bag.
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