Coyote Q&A: Gordy Krahn answers your coyote questions. Learna about the best gun and ammo for coyote combos.
Dave Maas and Mark Kayser answer your bowhunting questions about packing bow and arrows on a plane, figuring out which bow is best for you, and dealing with a compound conundrum.
Bowhunting experts Dave Maas and Mark Kayser answer questions about how to apply bowstring wax, which binoculars are best, and how to gauge a good group of arrows.
Join J.J. Reich in this photo gallery on a chase for gobblers in Northwest Oklahoma. It features some fantastic photos we think you'll like.
Animals do the darnedest things. And we've caught them on camera. We've acquired an unusual collection of trail cam photos featuring deer, turkeys, foxes, racoons, bears and more. You won't believe some of these poses.
How to pick the right winch for your vehicle. Hopefully you won't need to use this too much, but when you do, you'll be glad you have it.
Many spring turkey hunters only hunt the first couple of hours of the day and then leave the woods altogether. That's unfortunate, because during the past few years I've come to find that the last two hours of the day are often more productive than early morning hunts. Here are a few pointers for productive hunting in the last hours of light.
Sometimes the conservative approach is the right way to go, but sometimes a gobbler needs to be leaned on a little. Or a lot. The trick is to figure out which strategy is the best for the bird.
“The only absolute in turkey hunting is that there are no absolutes.” This rule rings all-too-true, as veteran turkey hunters know. So we’ve compiled a Top Ten list of off-beat approaches for taking toms.
It seems that changing your habits is not as easy as changing your oil. If it were, then more drivers would be using synthetic lubricants.