I start thinking about spring gobbler season right after the holiday season, although my friends – as well as Paula – claim I think about it all year round.
Unfilled tag? Cold weather whitetails by stick-and-string pose one of hunting’s greatest but most satisfying North Country challenges.
Savvy hunters realize the value of knowing where your bowhunting arrow goes after the shooting moment of truth.
Which tactics next after discovering fresh scrapes on the eve of the rut during the heart of the firearms deer hunting season?
Rut is on! Speed scouting and your devotion to your treestand is everything for the next couple of weeks of deer hunting.
Keep your archery rig dialed in with a mid-season bow and accessories check.
Bowhunters can stay in the game with a little planning
Archery practice can have its dull moments for sure, but if you change things up and play a few games with a purpose, they can pay off when you’re no longer in the backyard and are in your treestand and the game is on.
Things to do before opening day for Pennsylvania bowhunters.
Can a Midwestern white-tailed deer hunter ever really prepare for the elk mountains?
Yes, you can purchase a field-tough, quality scope for less than you think
Have the proper tools and hunt quiet to increase your success during December’s rooster hunting season.
Hunting with your ears can provide big benefits.
Time is now to prepare for gun opener
Pattern your shotgun now, and work ahead to avoid any unnecessary equipment or calling blunders when chasing gobblers
Turkey hunting is a safe sport, but it’s important to make safety an integral part of each hunt.
Whether you’re hunting via firearm, archery, or muzzleloader (in a treestand or ground blind) have a mental safety checklist whenever you head afield.
Successful Pope and Young record holder offers advice on how to be successful at archery hunting during the rut.
During that turkey hunting moment of truth, closely watch that fleshy appendage hanging off the beak of a boss tom.
Narrowing down my top stand sites for hunting the rut to only three is not easy.
Leaving up your stands all year can lead to dangerous hunting situations.
Although the heavy winter snow may have them wanting to hit the snooze button, it won’t be long before local bears begin to rise and shine for the spring.
Successful hunting trips require a combination of skill, patience and most importantly, preparation. As turkey season rapidly approaches, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) encourages preparation first, hoping that hunters will brush up on important turkey hunting safety tips before hitting the woods.