This issue features Boys & Muleys, Find Your Bull, Redemption at Windy Ridge, Cornhusker Mule Deer, and much more.
Stocky’s is pleased to announce the debut of their new Classic Checkered Walnut Collection of upg... ...Read More >
Lyman’s Laser Boresighters are the most convenient and accurate way to sight in your rifles.... ...Read More >
As an invaluable workhorse, Polaris RANGER has helped hunters get to secluded hunt locations, hau... ...Read More >
Forgive me if I have used the word “fortitude” as the title of this column before, but in many ways fortitude can decide the outcome of a hunt. According Merriam-Webster, it can be taken to mean “strength of mind that enables a person to encounter adversity with courage. ...Read More >
Corey Hibbard had been watching a mule deer all summer, keeping tabs on it when scouting. Add to that the multiple photos captured of the buck on trail cameras, and a tree stand was set up with the hopes of hunting in late August. Set up on opening morning for a 30-yard shoot, Corey said six small bucks had come through first, and if the hunter hadn’t known that a big deer had been hanging with the smaller bucks, he might have taken one of the younger deer. ...Read More >
More than 10 years ago a non-hunting acquaintance in California once asked what big-game animal I preferred to hunt. It seemed to be an odd question from someone I hardly knew, and a question for which there probably was/is no definitive answer. Then he put it another way: “If you could only hunt one big-game animal in North America for the rest of your life, what would it be?” ...Read More >
Location, location, location. It’s the real estate agent’s creed, and the number one reason why certain properties are more valuable than others. It’s the same with animals, both predators and prey. They fight tooth and claw to occupy those spaces with the best resources – food, water and security. These territories will be used by generations of predators as long as the resources remain stable. ...Read More >