Oregon Deer Hunting With An Unexpected Guest

Reader Tom in Oregon writes: This year, my hunting buddies Sean, Lee and I had an uninvited guest tag along for the weekend. His name is Murphy but I’m still not sure if that’s his first or last name. Suffice to say, none of us ever want this idiot to come along with us again. EVER! […]

Presidential Proclamation on National Hunting and Fishing Day, 2018

From whitehouse.gov: The United States is blessed with abundant resources and unrivaled natural beauty. Our wildlife has provided ample opportunities for generations of Americans to enjoy hunting and fishing with their family and friends. On National Hunting and Fishing Day, we recognize the important contributions that America’s hunters and anglers make to our society, our […]

Australia: Tips for Feral Hog Hunting Down Under

By Pietro Swalens Australia is famous for wild pigs and since they thrive in our country and do a lot of damage to crops and vegetation, many property owners are more than happy for licenced hunters to humanely cull these pests.The problem is that whilst pig hunting is an exciting activity, not everyone has the skills […]

Shot Placement: To Bait or Not to Bait?

Fall is fast approaching and with it comes deer season, duck season, turkey season…the list goes on. Basically, fall is a mash-up of a hunting version of My Favorite Things. Instead of whiskers on kittens or warm woolen mittens, though, we’re talking racks on bucks and warm(ish) waterproof waders. And while I’ve been thinking about […]

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