Tips for Taking Kids Hunting in the Cold

  By Mark Fike I work with kids most of the day each day and I have noticed over the past decade or more that as parents have given younger kids phones, their attention spans have shortened considerably. With that…

September Elk: Don’t End Your Season Before it Starts!

  By Mike Willis September is a sacred time here for Idaho Panhandlers. While a little smoke in the air may be alarming to some, the wonderful fragrance of these wildfires marks a much-anticipated time of year here. For those…

Black Bears on the Prowl

By Richard Simms For years wildlife experts have shared the message of backyard wildlife and how anyone, even folks who live in suburbia, can enjoy the beauty of the outdoors with something as simple as a bird feeder. But these…

Hooking Up An Old Silver Buddy

Sharp hooks make a difference, especially in winter fishing when fish mouths are much tougher. After most of the country has been in a deep freeze, iced out ramps and fishing spots have been giving anglers a bad case of…

Tips And Tactics For Taking Tough Turkeys

By: Glynn Harris Perhaps it’s because I live on the sunny side of the Mason-Dixon Line that I seem to have gravitated to the southern reaches of several states when it comes to hunting wild turkeys. I’ve taken gobblers from…

Offshore Tuna Extravaganza, Not for the Faint of Heart

By Richard Simms GRAND ISLE, Louisiana I thought I knew, but now, after 64 years of life, I’ve gained a new perspective on what it really means to, “Run far and fish hard!” The realization hit me as the sun…

Great American Wildlife

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