Bird Hunting Advice
If you enjoy bird hunting you are in the fight place. Read a variety of articles featuring duck and goose hunting, pheasant hunting and all sorts of wing-shooting action.
I smiled as the rocketing ruffed grouse dipped and made its signature hook to the right before disappearing into the mystery of the northern Minnesota buck brush, knowing it would touch down less than 100 yards away.
To outmaneuver runaway ringnecks and force them to flush, you need a sound strategic plan, which should be fully developed long before your boots hit the ground.
Come every October, like clockwork, I find myself in the same, shameful routine. I dig into a beat-up, plastic bin that’s been hiding on a dark shelf somewhere, stuffed with all the pheasant gear I dropped in exactly ten minutes after I ended my last hunt of last season.
Renewing old friendships, tailgate lunches and hearty wisecracks about missed shots of yesteryear are a big part of opening day. That wasn’t the case during my youth.
Gordy Krahn's story of Arkansas's tradition of bountiful waterfowl hunting. During the migrations, the flats of Arkansas's Grand Prairie compose the world's greatest concentration of waterfowl.
Is there a right or wrong to introduce your spouse to hunting? Read one hunter's perspective on how much fun he's had with his wife. Then tell us your opinion.
Cold weather and frozen fingers make late-season Canada geese tough to hunt, but the misery is often worth the price of admission.
Duck hunting is rarely easy, but by hunting a river early or late in the season, you'll often be working a captive audience.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says waterfowl numbers are up 14 percent from last year. But is that cause for celebration, or caution? Jim Spencer gives you the inside scoop on what the numbers mean.
As winter wraps its icy fingers around the waterfowl season, the author retires his boat for the year but not his shotgun.