Whether you’re prepping for your next hunt or missing the woods, we have stories on all things whitetail — from big buck success stories to the latest deer camp chatter, we've got you covered.
Be prepared to hit the woods running this turkey season by knowing how your gun shoots ahead of time, what you should be carrying in your turkey vest, and how you plan on hunting these big birds.
Bassmaster Elite Angler, David Mullins, offers up some expert tips on how, where, and when to use jerkbaits to fish for bass in the cold waters of early spring.
Costa Rica is one of the world’s foremost sport fishing destinations. From the offshore fishing for billfish to inshore fishing for roosterfish and tarpon, even freshwater fishing on our lakes and rivers, anglers from all over the world travel to Costa Rica to get in on the action.
Turkeys live in a bubble. Get inside that bubble unnoticed and you'll almost always spark a positive reaction from a tom, which is unfortunate for him. Closing the gap ever so slightly can make all the difference on your next hunt.
No matter where you’re booking your next fishing trip, the following 9 tips will help you be a better fishing charter client and result in a more enjoyable day on the water for both you and the crew.
It’s springtime, which to many midwestern anglers means some of the best fishing of the season is about to kick-off. With water temps moving into the high 30’s to low 40’s, walleyes and jumbo perch are beginning to stage for the spawn in area rivers. Here's where you can find them and what you can use to catch them.
Learn how to rig these three simple worm baits that will catch a ton of bass from Florida to Wisconsin waters.
If you're running low on shed hunting properties, don't be afraid to check out overlooked places like state parks, suburban properties, and vast grasslands or greenways. A lot of times, big bucks use these areas as sanctuaries and leave their antlers there for you to find.
Here are three things you should be paying attention to during your spring scouting or shed hunting trips that will get closer to big bucks next fall.
In this article, we cover how the working-class deer hunter can make the most of their limited hunting/free time by finding quality public land areas and how to scout and approach them to maximize success.
Even though shed hunting is a blast on its own, it’s equally important to scout, observe, and learn information while you're out in the field. Here are five things that you can learn from shed hunting.
While public lands are a great option for many of us, they also pose many challenges. This is why many turn to leasing property. Here are 6 things to consider before leasing a hunting property of your own.