Idaho Fisherman Catches New State-Record Pike
"We knew we needed to find a bigger scale"
The Hog Dogs of Alabama
The bawling of a blackmouth cur is music to a pig hunter's ears. But once that hog bays up, the real excitement begins
Millions of Dead Fish Clog Australian River in Catastrophic Fish Kill
Locals are concerned as government officials work to clear millions of rotting fish carcasses blanketing the Darling-Baaka River
Why Do Turkeys Gobble at Owls?
Seasoned turkey hunters know a well-timed owl hoot can get nearby gobblers talking. But why do turkeys respond to owls at all?
The Truth About Wolf Hunting in North America
Wolf hunting is one of the most controversial and debated pursuits in all of North American wildlife management. But few hunters know what it’s actually like to chase wolves
Louisiana Teens Haul in Record Stringer at High School Bass Fishing Tournament
Teens Alexis Virgillito and Mason McCormick won the qualifying tournament with a five-bass stringer pushing 37 pounds
Tagged Coyote Travels 100-Plus Miles Across Ohio
The coyote traveled halfway across the Buckeye State before being killed by a hunter last week. It's not even close to the farthest coyote journey on record
Hunting a Legendary Gobbler, From the Archives
For two years, I was one of several hunters chasing this longbeard along the Georgia-Tennessee state line
220-Pound Wels Catfish Tows Angler for a Mile Down the River Ebro
Ditch Ballard fought a massive wels catfish during a freezing night on Spain’s River Ebro
Colorado Wolves Kill Working Dog, Fatally Injure Pet Dog on Back-to-Back Days
Collared wolves from Colorado's North Park pack have killed two dogs in two days
Why Are Wild Turkey Populations Declining?
Turkey hunters across the country say they’re hearing fewer gobbles and seeing fewer birds. What’s going on?
Bending Fish and Game Laws? Leave It Off Social Media
It should be common sense, but the thirst for outdoor glory exposes more stupidity than ever before
Freight Train Collides with Elk Herd in Washington State, Killing 26 Elk
The herd frequently used the railroad tracks as a travel corridor