Four Outdoorsy Christmas Gift Ideas Sure to Please and Be Useful

By Mark Fike Each year I get asked what I want for Christmas. Personally, I have a great family and really don’t care about material things. However, because I am pressed about it, I try to offer up some ideas…

Eye over Hand

By Jessica Haavisto It’s early morning, the sun is barely up and it’s usually a Sunday. Despite all this, there are eager students with chattering teeth waiting for instruction to insert a round, take their firearm off safe, and shoot.…

5 Items Of Winter Equipment Maintenance For Habitat Managers

By Josh Boyd The cultivation of food plots, hinge cutting of trees, and digging of ponds are all undoubtedly of value in any sound habitat management practice. But as any land manager knows, fields don’t disk themselves, trees don’t fall…

10 Christmas Gift Ideas for the Outdoor Woman in Your Life
Rinella Family Outdoors It’s beginning to look a lot like….the time of year when men are scratching their heads trying to figure out what to get the women in their lives for Christmas.   Experiences and memories are the best gifts…
21 Reasons Why You Should Use Trekking Poles

By Mike Willis   Most people would be amazed to learn the endless uses for trekking poles. They are not just for traversing the Appalachian Trail! Trekking poles are one of the best multi-use tools that you can add to…

Outdoorsmans’ Trials and Tribulations and Joy Too

Despite our trials and tribulations in the field, we outdoorsmen and women get to see some of the most beautiful things in the world. After a frustrating morning setting decoys and not seeing any ducks, I captured this buck swimming…

The Day I Became The Hunted

Have you ever had that eerie feeling that someone (or something) was watching you? Me too. Which is exactly why I don’t understand how a mountain lion followed me for almost a full mile while I was hiking through the…

Learning To “Gear Up” For Hunting

By: Tarra Stoddard So, you have decided you would like to try hunting! There are a few things you will need to do before you “gear up” and get out in the woods. Your journey should begin prior to hunting…

Building Blocks of Basic Gundog Training

By: Kristy Fike Have you ever had that buddy that wanted to take his new dog waterfowl hunting, and you know that this dog does not listen at all? In the back of your mind, you may be trying to…

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