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Wild Game Mississippi Pot Roast with Root Vegetables and Biscuits

By Aby Rinella Mississippi Pot Roast. The name invokes a sense of Sunday afternoons, porch swings and sweet tea. The recipe has a rich story of its own, being passed from hand to hand through families, friends and acquaintances, eventually…

How To Better Future Waterfowl Hunts Through Proper Gear Storage 

By Josh Boyd As the days of winter begin to grow fewer with every passing sunset, and the length of every day once again begins to lengthen ever so slightly, waterfowl hunters nationwide are left to reconcile with the fact…

Bacon and Cream Cheese Duck Breast How-To

By Josh Boyd   As we navigate through the latter half of winter’s frigid reign, and begin to once again long for spring’s warming glow, the vast majority of the nation’s waterfowlers have paid their last yearly visit to the…

Wildlife Photography: The Never-Ending Season

By Josh Boyd One of the most dreaded days of any hunter’s year is that which signals the close of their favorite hunting season. A day of this nature brings to an end an activity that is held so dear…

How To Select The Right Turkey Call

By Josh Boyd With turkey season just over the horizon, hunters across the nation will begin to sort through their gear from the previous year and ponder worthy purchases for the weeks ahead. Though shells, decoys, and blinds are often…

Turkey Gypsies 

  By Jill Easton Face it, turkey hunting is an addiction. The fifteen-day hunt in Arkansas and two bird limit just barely begins to scratch an itch to hunt gobblers. There are two solutions to this problem, go rogue and…

Considerations Before Purchasing Your First RV

  By Mike Willis  At some point, most outdoor enthusiasts will consider purchasing an RV. Whether it’s because of the plush conditions or the convenience, this multi-billion-dollar industry is thriving. When first diving into this new world of luxury camping,…

PreSpawn Crappie

  By Mark Fike Spring is just around the corner and for our southernmost region of the country, the crappie bite is likely already taking off. While most crappie start spawning in late February  or early March down South, the…

Jackfish Delight

  By Mark Fike Winter still grips parts of the south, although the warm spell some of the southeast experienced this week was a nice respite from cold temperatures. I began thinking about fishing immediately. My thoughts wandered back to…

Preseason Turkey Scouting: Scout Like You Mean It

By Josh Boyd If you intend to be successful at turkey hunting, it is best to be slow to frustrate when the events of the day do not go as one would hope. It seems that a turkey seldom reads…

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