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All Is Not As It Appears in the “Professional” Hunter and Influencer World
Don't worry about comparing yourself to the hunting personalities you see in outdoor media
A Veteran’s Perspective: Memorial Day Doesn’t Need to Be Treated As a National Military Funeral
"Don’t be ashamed to have a good time this Memorial Day — that’s part of the gift that’s been bestowed to you"
Hunting Without a Mentor for the First Time Is Hard—So Adjust Your Expectations
Turkey season with no training wheels is tough—and incredibly rewarding
Public or Private Land, Rural or Suburban, I Don’t Care Where I Kill Wild Game. Neither Should You
There's no reason to agonize over legal hunts just because they're easy or unconventional
So You Think Traditional Bowhunting Is Unethical?
Legal hunting equipment isn't unethical—it's the hunter you have to consider
The Secret to Hunting with Kids Is Low Expectations
Like all parents, hunters make sacrifices when they have kids. But the tradeoffs are worth it
Far-Flung Adventures Are Sexy, But the Best Hunting and Fishing Is Close to Home
Knowledge of your favorite woods and waters builds competency that lasts a lifetime
The Feds May Close 60 Million Acres of Alaska Public Land to “Sport Hunters.” And Yeah, That Probably Means You
This is why we all lose when hunters are divided into “meat hunters” and “sport hunters”
The Public-Land Hunting in My State Sucks, and I’m Okay With That
Hunters new and old need to be more realistic about what constitutes success on public land
Why Roosting Turkeys Is a Total Waste of Time
I've had very little success actually killing a turkey I roosted the night before. So why bother?