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From the Archives: The History of the Outdoor Life Conservation Pledge
In the 1940s, the Outdoor Life editors created a contest to develop a 30-word conservation pledge, which was adopted across the country
How to Get Your Girlfriend, Wife, or Significant Other to Hunt and Fish with You (More than Once)
The closest thing to relationship advice you'll ever find on this site
4 Tactics to Consistently Find and Kill Coyotes on Public Land
Because coyotes are notoriously vigilant, a consistently effective strategy is to pick them off from several hundred yards away. But...
Respecting the Animal: Where Do You Draw the Line on Photos from a Hunt?
An Instagram photo sparks a debate
Q&A with Archery Coach and Educator Heather Pfeil
Pfeil strikes a balance between coaching others and shooting for herself. Photographs by Silas Crews Heather Pfeil first picked up...
3 Totally Normal Tactics Deer Hunters Used to Think Were Really Weird
From the Archives
Black Bear Hunting: 3 Tips for a Better Hunt
“Don’t fool yourself. The bears know you’re there.” That was the first piece of advice Val Popov of Tower Lodge...
Deer Summit Resolutions: 15 Priorities for National Deer Alliance to Tackle
The votes are in and—no surprises here—we deer hunters have our work cut out for us. After two days of...
Rough Company: Inside the World’s Biggest Bowfishing Tournament
The popularity of bowfishing is surging across the country, but nowhere is the sport of skewering carp more celebrated than at U.S. Open Bowfishing Championship, held each spring in the heart of the Ozarks
Oregon Chub: First Fish Delisted from Endangered Species Act Due to Recovery
The Oregon chub was removed from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Animals, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...