Kline, a lobbyist for the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance, was identifying for me the gathered opposition to House Bill 1760, which would overturn Pennsylvania’s Sunday hunting ban.
For now, I’m going to continue to center the bead at the end of my shotgun’s barrel at the base of turkeys’ necks, but I’d love the hear from the archers out there. Where on a turkey do you aim an arrow?
These three new turkey decoys take the task of duping gobblers to a whole knew level this spring.
John Taranto headed to Louisiana to hunt some of the best waterfowl habitat in the world.
Take for example, Bush Smarts, a New York-based online purveyor of gear for the modern urban woodsman.
With the trend in camouflage in recent years skewing digital, I figured it was just a matter of time before one of the two old stick-and-leaf pattern masters, Realtree or Mossy Oak, came out with their own digital version. So you can imagine my surprise when a release for the new Realtree Xtra and Xtra Green patterns just showed up in my inbox.
OL's Senior Editor John Taranto traveled to the Montana/Wyoming borderland for the unique opportunity to take a whitetail and mule deer in one hunt.
Many thanks to everyone who entered our wild turkey recipe contest. We received a bunch that surely make some fine dishes, and one in particular that made us grin...
As whitetail deer continue to elbow their way into portions of the West that was once the sole province of mule deer, many muley hunters lament that their preferred game is running out of habitat.
If everything you know about the American Museum of Natural History comes from the movie “Night at the Museum,” then that’s really too bad. The museum, located just off Central Park on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is one of the few things that make life in New York City bearable for an outdoors magazine editor.
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