For the best tacos and Mexican cuisine I look to my freezer and my wife. The question isn't "where's the beef?" No the questions are "is this elk, pronghorn, deer or Hungarian partridge?"
Turkey hunters are often intimidated by the mouth/diaphragm call. Join NAHC Web/Social Media Editor Josh Dahlke and Quaker Boy’s Ernie Calandrelli to set your fears aside and learn how to embrace the mouth call—the most powerful weapon in your turkey calling arsenal.
I'm back in from a successful SHOT Show in beautiful and well-lit Las Vegas.
The 2010 Remington Mentor of the Year Program recognizes top mentors in the hunting and outdoor community. Learn more about the winner, finalists and honorable mentions, and see their photos now.
In addition to making your turkey hunt more enjoyable, having a partner along can sometimes mean the difference between success and failure.
You’ve pounded every piece of private and public property possible. Coast to coast, you’ve hunted it all. But did you consider tribal lands? Find out why you should, and get connected with great beginner resources for planning your tribal hunt.
If you plan to use scouting cameras for wild turkey hunting, a good handheld photo viewer is a must-have.
It was announced that Jan. 24, 2011, would be John M. Browning Day in Utah. First, it's about time. Second, why are we not making this a national commemoration?
I'm in flight to Sin City for the annual Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show.
I admit to being a wildlife watching junkie. Watching animals and noting behavior is a definite bonus to you as a hunter.