Entries for November 2008
Smart hunters use a handful of different stands to ensure a successful hunt.
Pronghorns didn’t have large horns in Montana in 2008—at least not in the part of the state where I prefer to hunt.
Late-season whitetail hunting is all about playing the weather. If you can hold out long enough, the weather will change and so will your success.
While their appearance is similar, red and gray fox are as different as day and night.
The last thing on Jeff Hutchens’ mind when he climbed into his treestand on a cold January morning, was wild boar.
If the whitetail rut is your favorite time to hunt, why not find a way to experience it more than once a year?
Would you hike 10-15 miles per day – for more than 2 weeks – and pass on many decent-sized pronghorns in hopes of finding a truly special buck? Chuck Adams did. Learn from the expert. Check out Chuck Adams’ go-to-archery gear for spot-and-stalk pronghorns.
The top hunting gear of the year.
It's no secret that coyotes eat venison, but do they hurt deer populations while satisfying their cravings? Read this for more information and statistics about coyote predation on deer from Bob Noonan.
If you like danger, excitement and adrenaline rushes, we've got the adventure for you: Larry Weishuhn hunting wild boars ... and vice versa. Read Weishuhn's harrowing article and you'll see why he loves hunting the "poor man's grizzly."