Last spring I had a chance to hunt turkeys in Nebraska with Cabela's, Camp Chef, and GoPro. I'd hunted and fished with a GoPro cameras before, but this trip was the first time I'd gotten a tutorial on how to most effectively shoot with these little guys (we were using the Hero 3+).
Brian Schmidt and Jay Zimmerman take advantage of the warm Fourth of July weather to target catfish on the fly.
Neil and Craig power OL's Big Buck Zone blog all fall and I've had a chance to hunt with both of them on their property in western New York. I can confirm that they're two of the finest whitetail experts in the field and their book taps into the many secrets of their success.
The Discovery Channel is promoting a new 4-part series called Kodiak that premiers tonight (10pm ET) and features a trio of families that run a hunting and fishing lodge out of Kodiak Island.
Earlier this week, Deputy Editor Gerry Bethge wrote a post for the Strut Zone blog about an epic morning of turkey hunting that started with birds gobbling off the roost and ended with a foolish shot (taken by yours truly).
There are plenty of tactics for early-spring scouting, but the most fun way is to explore the woods.
A few summers ago I got the chance to fish with Kevin vanDam. He ran his bass boat with efficiency usually reserved for CNC machines. The Kevin in this video seems to be on the opposite end of the spectrum.
We wanted to see how OL readers viewed deer hunting so we could start answering questions about how to manage America's favorite game animal. Here's what you had to say.
The Texas couple who captured the critter decided to put it down, convinced it was a raccoon suffering from mange.
Jeremy Wade stopped by the Outdoor Life office this week while making the media rounds to promote his new season of River Monsters.
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