Featured by PJ DelHomme
Is Trapping in America on the Brink of Extinction, or at the Beginning of a Comeback?
Low fur prices, anti-trapping laws, and an increase in participation? We take a deep dive into the state of trapping in the U.S.
Is Point Creep Killing Western Big-Game Hunting?
Western draw systems have become increasingly complex, competitive, and expensive. Even as many hunters grow skeptical of ever drawing their tag, they can’t stop putting in for that golden ticket
The Top 40 Typical and Nontypical Whitetails of All Time
Big bucks galore, from the Boone and Crockett record book archives
The Top 40 Typical and Nontypical Mule Deer of All Time
The best muley bucks from the Boone and Crockett Club archives
Blade City, USA: Meet the Insanely Talented Knife Makers of Portland
Forget the hipsters. The true soul of Portland can be found in the knife makers who practice their craft in this rainy city
The 10 Toughest Mountain Men and Women
If just half of their trials are true, then “tough” doesn’t begin to describe these adventurers
The 16 Best Fiction Adventure Books Every Outdoor Kid Should Read
My kids have way too many distractions. It seems they’re never bored enough to pick up a book. But that’s...
How to Be a Better Big-Game Butcher
Ever wonder what happens to your game after you drop it off at the processor? What we learned working the floor of a family butcher shop during the busiest weekend of the hunting season will make you a more efficient and effective game processor.
Back Country Adventures: A Sure-Thing Elk
Hunting in the wilderness is never easy, but that's exactly the point. These sacred places are hard to reach—and even harder to leave.
King Buck is Not Crowned New World Record
It’s official. Based on the Boone & Crockett scoring system, the buck shot by Johnny King in the fall of...