A suburban Minnesota whitetail recently set the state's record for shed antlers. Now see photos of him on the hoof.
If you read my last blog and have an interest in picking up a shed antler or two, I'll be hitting the seminar trail this coming weekend and next. Guess what I'm talking about? Yes, it's all about shed antlers.
As legal battles surrounding New Jersey’s recent and future bear hunting seasons continue, what’s right for the bears has somehow gotten lost in transaction.
After a 5-year, litigation-filled hiatus, New Jersey bear hunters are back in action.
When true bipartisan leadership exists, sportsmen win.
Spring shed hunting gives you great insight on what happened since you left your favorite hunting spot. I found numerous deer carcasses in one location. And since all the dead bucks I discovered had already shed their antlers, I surmised a late storm put the final whammy on stressed deer right before the spring break.
NAH Managing Editor Dave Maas shares some highlights from his 2010 food plot scouting cameras.
To keep the animals active, it appears someone tossed in a horse toy and the bull somehow pierced it, and is now wearing it like a Christmas ornament.
I don't have to ask you if you've noticed the price of gas lately. It's been rocketing skyward like a rooster pheasant with a 1-year-old yellow Labrador on its tail.
Whether you’re battling ice, subzero weather, gloomy days or feet of snow like my good friends in Minnesota, it’s cabin fever time of year.