Hunting Trips, Travel, and Guides
Planning a hunting trip is much easier with expert advice and hunting travel tips. Read these articles before you go on your next hunting trip.
Join NAHC Life Member Bill Miller during the Outdoor Legends Tour and develop a newfound appreciation for your outdoor lifestyle.
Join NAHC Life Member Bill Miller as he brings a taste of the outdoors to American troops in Afghanistan.
Sitting in a late-October duck blind on Pool 9 of the Upper Mississippi River, it was difficult for me to fathom that in 2 months I'd be in the bayou doing the same thing. Louisiana in winter. That thought alone was enough to quell my spite for the oncoming Minnesota madness. Southern waterfowl instead of numbing Northern blizzards? Sign me up.
If your passion is big-game hunting, there aren’t a lot of options in the spring and early summer months. That is the appeal of the spring black bear hunt in Manitoba, Canada. For hunters who can’t wait until fall, spring bruins provide the perfect opportunity to keep your adrenaline surging.
With a recent drop in American hunters heading to Mexico, now's your time to cash in on cheap hunts.
Nebraska is a sleeper state for excellent turkey hunting. The state might not be listed as one of the top turkey-hunting destinations, but it definitely should be.
Air Canada wouldn’t allow my buddy onto his flight because he’d packed his moose meat in a Styrofoam cooler, which was the only type he could find in Smithers, British Columbia.
Flying a dog on a commercial airline can be maddening or simple. It all depends on the fickle weather—and each airline.
It’s often cheaper to rent a vehicle for long trips than drive your own, but only for basic highway driving. If you need to merely get from your town to your outfitter’s, a gas-sipping subcompact might do the trick.
If you need planes or horse for the final leg into camp, be prepared to break your luggage into smaller parcels.