No Small Matter
Don’t wait too long before you hit the squirrel woods, or you might miss out on one of fall’s biggest thrills By
STUDY ABROAD An Argentina waterfowl trip packs a full season’s worth of lessons into a week of lights-out hunting
Campfire- Ruff And Tumble
For late-season grouse, once you find the source of their favorite food, you’ll often find the mother lode
Duck, Date, And Rutabaga Pot Pie
Beneath a duck-fat crust resides winter comfort food at its best
Pheasants are never easier to find—and flush—than during the final days of the season
The Perfect Feather
If you’ve ever caught a fish on a fly, there’s a good chance the hackle wrapped around the hook came from a Colorado chicken barn where a humble, but brilliant, geneticist creates the most sought-after feathers for fly-tiers around the world
A Sportsman's Life
My hunting and fishing pals are as maddening as I am
Your Land,Your Elk
In case you forgot, you co-own 600-plus million acres of public land—and somewhere out there is your elk. To help you narrow down the search, we drilled six experts for their secrets on finding and killing bulls in the backcountry. Because while there’s nothing wrong with hunting private ground, there’s absolutely nothing like getting it done on public land.
The Old Ones
As the author struggles with the unexpected death of his cousin-his hunting buddy-he searches for ways to preserve his cousin's legacy at deer camp.
Stick With It
Here’s the one lure you need to catch big, bad autumn trout.
Once endangered, the sandhill crane has recovered remarkably well, giving hunters one more reason to head north.
The April streamer bite in the Northeast can be red hot, even when the air suddenly turns ice cold.
a wood-duck roost shoot can happen in a flash. make sure you’re ready when the birds come to bed.
Off The Rails
Rail Hunting was once described as the “Sport Of Kings” and enjoyed by the likes of Roosevelt and Ruark. While these odd marsh birds are no longer as popular as they once were, they’re still insanely fun to hunt.
Opening Day In America - West
The dream bullThe scouting, training, and planning have all come down to this: day one of elk season. Are you ready?
Opening Day In America - South
The Healing HuntThere are times when the best medicine is a day in the field with an old friend and a good dog.
Four All-American diners share favorite breakfast recipes that you can cook at camp.
To The Rescue
Whether you train your own dog or call upon one for help, a blood-tracking canine could save your deer season.
Dressed To Kill
The author follows the making of an iconic lure— the Mepps dressed Aglia—from the squirrel woods to the factory and finally to the river.
Rock Of Ages
A training course with an expert flintknapper transports the author back in time to the earliest hunters.
The Speed Trap
High-velocity shells drop more ducks and geese, right? Not so fast…
The Meat Doe
For the author, taking wild game out of the woods is the ultimate, and noblest,trophy.
Feeding The Cows
When migrating stripers collide with menhaden schools, prepare for fall carnage
A Sportsman's Life- The Fixer
THE FIXER Here’s how to remedy everything you’re doing wrong in the deer woods
Three Top Handgun Picks for Self - Defense in the Woods.
Hook more stripers in moving water with these presentation tweaks.
Out Of The Ashes
Small-scale prescribed burns can create red-hot turkey hunting.
Find, hook, and wrench monster bass out of the lily pads like a pro.
When you find a hot timber hole for mallards, guard it with your life and enjoy it while the greenheads are here
Fishermen have proposed a way to restore the Everglades and South Florida rivers, but will their idea ever become a reality?