Trap Sets For Taking More Fox On The Line

By Josh Boyd There is something inherently beautiful about the full, rusty amber coat of a red fox. These miniature canines have been a staple on the traplines of many for a number of years. Foxes can be found in…

The Human Factor: How To Gain Land Access For Trapping

By Josh Boyd For centuries, man has been trapping extensive spans of wilderness and rural lands in their bid to maximize their annual fur harvest. Today, though trapping is still prominent in many areas, our ability to cover vast expanses…

Trap Sets For Catching Bobcats With Consistency

By Josh Boyd   Few sights will bring such a level of jovial excitement to a trapper’s morning as that of a bobcat laying in wait as you crest the next rise. For most, the successful catch of a bobcat…

Trapping Tactics For Taking More Beaver

By Josh Boyd If you’ve spent any length of time along the nation’s waterways, you’ve likely become very familiar with the work of the beaver. Stub-like remnants remain where trees of notable size once stood, and makeshift marshes take the…

Tactics For Tackling Winter Turkeys

By Josh Boyd Turkey hunting and the spring of the year go together like a ball and glove. However, if the spring thaw is the only time you go afield in search of turkey hunting splendor, you are missing out…

The Lowly Opossum

By Mark Fike As a child I recall the first possum I saw. The dogs had run it off the porch where it was trying to get to the cat food and the rat faced creature bared its fangs on…

Is it time to buy your own hunting land?

  By Richard Hines At some point, every hunter wished they owned their own hunting land. If you are thinking about going in this direction, there are some things to keep in mind before starting. Number one, it is by…

10 Great Christmas Gift Ideas for Kids
By Aby Rinella Getting kids outdoors is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. Due to the many benefits of being outdoors, it is truly the gift that keeps on giving! Why not use Christmas gift-giving as an…
Maps

By Jill J Easton The antelope did a three-sixty flip and landed stone-cold dead at 220 yards. Jim had made a textbook seated shot on the running doe. We could drive out, gut it and haul the carcass into the…

Items Not To Overlook When Traveling For A Waterfowl Hunt

  By Josh Boyd Duck hunting usually comes down to one stark reality. Either you are in the flyway or you are not. If you are part of the fortunate who fall into the first category, weather and a timely…

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