By getting off your typical routes and trails, you can find out-of-the-way spots for future hunts
More practical quality products for women, new over/unders and lighter gauges, and left-handed firearms greeted the massive crowds and attendees in Las Vegas last week.
From Minnesota to Boston to Quebec City, owl reports have fascinated birders and Project SNOWstorm again this winter after a massive irruption of the creatures a year ago.
When fishing big water and traveling long distances, you’ll be glad your outboard has some horsepower… and don’t forget the resale factor
Honing your crafts now can pay off in hunting, fishing later
Trail cameras are a great way to figure out the different kinds of animals that are on your property
Some elevation may help shed hunters more easily spot dropped antlers
A simple matter of right and wrong, the littering problem continues to be an unnecessary and unfortunate issue among slob hunters and anglers.
Winter is here. For those of us who prefer soft water over hard, it will be months before we can enjoy our craft. Unless we travel.
Planning, preparation make a difference
Avian activity lacking for some reason
Apps for birders, like the BirdsEye App, instantly shares eBird information and ties into Google Maps, Apple Maps, and TomTom
A feral hog hunt is an absolute blast and the cost is less than other big-game hunts
Make sure your feathered friends can access them
Virus has not been found in Wisconsin, but waterfowlers might want to be aware of virus next fall
Subhead: House Republican lawmakers introduce bill to repeal contentious AIS training and decal law