We all love sunrise fly-down, but the best hunting hours to call in a boss gobbler often occur with the sun high in the sky.
If someone tries to convince you ruffed grouse are chirping from an urban wetland in April or May (or anytime), they’re probably wrong.
Employing a simply trail-cam strategy can improve planning for your first spring gobbler hunt.
With turkey opener just a few weeks away, start studying the habits of gobblers in your hunting area right now.
Border waters provide some the first opportunities to launch a boat and work the schools of pre-spawn walleyes and saugers.
As territories shrink, some fight to the death, while others are working together.
A smart hunting blind strategy can help you score a big tom or respectable jake this gobbler hunting season.
Remarkable tome with a remarkable inscription provides a window into the earliest days of North American birding and conservation.
Tactics for working your retriever after small-game season wraps up – even when the powder is three feet deep.
Seeing patches of blue in your yard this winter? The ‘Birdchick’ explores this mysterious bunny-buckthorn connection.
Plan out your winter brushpile forays, or your bunny hunting will be a bust.
There are definitely times when fish demand an increase in vibration and flash. But just the opposite can be the attractor, so bring an assortment of colors.
There’s been a hot bite but when you finally hit the ice, the weather changes and the action tanks. Pay attention to tiny details, and you’ll salvage your trip by tricking a few fish into biting.
An elk or mule deer hunt in the Rocky Mountains or High Plains can take years of planning, so start now.
Often on the move, evening and pine grosbeaks will be appearing at regional bird feeders through late winter.
Deer seasons mostly have ended, but January is a great time to keep pursuing squirrels and bunnies.
Heading to the heart of Africa produces remarkable encounters with wild, charismatic megafauna and additions to a birding life list.
Species- and technique-specific rods can give you a real advantage out on the ice.
As the heart of hard water arrives across the great North American ice belt, “T3” answers your questions to help improve your angling skills this cold-weather season.
While walking hard for late-season, public-land pheasants, try a different route.
Top anglers match spoon design for different phases of winter and the moods of walleyes.
Next-generation software for your digital devices makes bird-watching more efficient and satisfying than ever.
Though the Central Park waterfowl story felt overblown at first to seasoned birdwatchers, its ability to inspire novices reminds the author of calmer, simpler times in the birdwatching world.
The leaves are down, but be prepared to walk some miles if you want to shoot a few ruffs during November and December.
Open water still exists, but as freezing overnight temperatures become status quo across the north country, take these steps to prevent damage to your expensive equipment.
While enduring a long, cold, whitetail-free sit, don’t forget that deer hunting is supposed to be fun.