Entries for September 2007
Warning: This true-life adventure story of living—and dying—with giant bears in Alaska's Arctic might give you nightmares. Read at your own risk.
Though most black bears can be cleanly taken with most standard deer-hunting cartridges, Bobb Robb outlines all your options.
Match The Bullet To The Cartridge
Even though different cartridges may take the same bullets, not all the cartridges will extract the same bullet performance. You simply can’t expect a bullet to act the same way from a .308 Win. as it does from a .30-378 Wthby. Mag.
For the past 15 years, I've kept a personal journal of these trips, and what follows is an entry from when I traveled last fall to eastern Alberta, Canada, to hunt geese and ducks.
I recently took on a new hunting partner—my son Christo—and I think he'll be a good one. His changes through the years have been dramatic, growing from a chunky toddler crawling around on the floor into a handsome and athletic stretch of a young man sporting reddish hair and freckles.
Hunters, especially early on in the tune-up process, should closely monitor the condition of their dogs' feet.
A hunting dog's most prized trait is its great olfactory ability, and the good sense to use it wisely.
Breaking the myths of getting your dog "fixed."
Whether your canine partner is a finished hunter or a partially trained meat dog, if you're content with him, you're ahead of the game.
Portable crates are probably one of the most misunderstood pieces of equipment in a dog owner's arsenal.