North American Hunting Club Life Members journey to Canada for their shot at a phase-colored "Black Bear".
A Hunter's Rap. Word to your cubs.
Bad weather | Bad timing | Bad luck You name it, the author had experienced it during prior black bear hunts. Would the spring of 2006 be any different?
It is often said that any gun that works for deer is fine for bears. Don't you believe it.
By carefully choosing a new bow and then setting it up correctly, the path to pinpoint broadhead accuracy comes quickly.
Angry polar bears, mountain cliffs, tundra bogs and bush planes all have one thing in common—they can kill you.
Making the right move at the right time is every bowhunter’s biggest challenge.
Big game hunters shouldn’t gamble foolishly and depend on luck alone.
Regardless of how the canine mind works, hunting dogs enrich our lives in both spirit and sport.
At some point, retirement is necessary to safeguard the remaining years of your treasured companion. Calling it quits is an emotionally charged decision that’s especially difficult when your old dog appears physically sound.