Hook and Bullet
In our neck of the woods, the open-water fishing season officially has ended. As I’m writing this, my boat has been winterized and is in storage for the foreseeable future.
In general, early ice fishing
Hunting escape routes for mature bucks is not necessarily something new, yet it may be underutilized. I discovered just how successful such areas can be, especially during the opening days of gun season, several years
Late muzzleloading season in the Southern Zone continues to be later than ever. For the third year (since 2021), New York’s holiday-week hunt – which allows hunters in most of the Southern Zone to use
Deer season continues in parts of the state, and ice anglers are watching the thermometer in hopes that their favorite waters will button up.
Anglers who use lures painted with a phosphorescent material that glows when charged by UV light will be impressed with the newest accessory from Vexilar.
The Glo-Ring fits into a Vexilar carry case rod holder
With preliminary numbers from the recently completed firearms deer season showing a 7% decline in harvest from last year, it’s not surprising that muzzleloader license sales are up a bit, as hunters continue to try
Many hunters dream of shooting a buck whose antlers score over 200 inches. It’s a rarity to record two 200-inch bucks in a lifetime.
But Luke Onstad of Spring Grove, Minn., achieved that rare accomplishment
Minnesota’s deer firearms season concluded Nov. 26 with the end of the 3B hunt, and deer harvest numbers remain down by 7% compared with 2022. There are a few deer hunting opportunities left, like muzzleloader
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, a public lands and conservation advocacy organization, announced on Wednesday, Dec. 6, the appointment of Patrick Berry as its new chief executive officer.
Following a continent-wide search, Berry, of Middlebury, Vt.,