How-To (22)

In Bear Country, Preparation and Caution Keep You Alive

Montana hunter Dan Mock has been a hunter education instructor for three years. He shares these stories of how to be prepared when hunting or hiking in bear country. I love bears, especially when they are in their comfort zone—either paralleling me or heading the…

4 Scouting Tips for Hunting Turkey

Scouting land to hunt turkey this time of year is an important part of the hunting experience for hunters both seasoned and amateur. Diligent and thorough pre-season scouting can lead to better bird location, more game plan options and increased odds of scoring. Here's a…

Maximizing Stealth Without Minimizing Safety

Regardless of the game you intend to hunt, stealth and invisibility are the key ingredients for a successful harvest. It's hard enough blending into the surrounding habitat, never mind getting close enough for a clean shot without being detected. If you are looking to up…

3 AR-15s for 3 Types of Game

The AR-15 has become one of the most popular firearms in America, mostly due to its versatility, ease of use, and military look. It has even been adopted by hunters, who have embraced the AR as their rifle of choice in the field. There are subtle…

Duck Hunting: The Beginner's Guide

If you’re just starting out as a duck hunter, you probably have many questions: Where do I go? What camo do I wear? What does each duck look like? Plus many, many more. This beginner’s guide will serve to answer some (but not all) of…