Give Fawns A Chance
by David Hart It’s true. Nature is cruel, particularly for the young, and especially for deer fawns. Disease, accidents, predatorsRead more.
Get Your Gator
by Beau Tallent The pursuit of wild animals in wild places is a deep-rooted instinct for hunters. Every hunt holdsRead more.
Grand Slam Turkeys
by David Hart It’s called a Grand Slam, but for many turkey hunters who dream of killing all four majorRead more.
Communications Internship (unpaid)
Job Title: Communications Intern (unpaid) Reports to: Communications & Marketing Manager Department/Group: Communications Job Category: N/A Location: Franklin, TNRead more.
Hunt Resident Canada Geese
by David Hart America has a love-hate relationship with Canada geese. They are big, beautiful and graceful birds, and theirRead more.
Beat The Bass Post-Spawn Blues
By David Hart If the pre-spawn season is a time of plenty, that period following the spawn can be timeRead more.
Nymphs For Trout Down Under
By David Hart If there’s nothing more thrilling than watching a trout inhale a dry fly, there’s nothing more frustratingRead more.
IUPAT DC 30 Director of Training Gets First Chance at a Mule Deer on Brotherhood Outdoors
by Laura Tingo Stephen Lefaver, Director of Training for Painters District Council 30's Joint Apprenticeship & Training Fund (JATF) andRead more.
USA Member Ron Schubert Named NM Wildlife Federation Sportsman of the Quarter
This article first appeared in the New Mexico Wildlife Federation’s quarterly newspaper, the Outdoor Reporter. Sportsman of the Quarter: EightRead more.
What’s Wrong With Sunday Hunting?
by David Hart If you were standing outside on February 18, 2014, you might have heard a collective cheer comingRead more.
Extended Drought Slams Wildlife
by David Hart An extended drought in parts of the United States has been characterized as an act of God, or somehow the resultRead more.
Lease Hunting Land
by David Hart Jared Nelson was shocked to watch a fellow hunter plop down at the base of a treeRead more.
by Bob McNally It was a gray, slick-surface morning; hot and sticky even for nearshore Georgia, but a perfect settingRead more.
Guided Hunts, Good Outfitters
by David Hart Guided hunts aren’t cheap. Aside from the cost of the license and travel expenses, you can countRead more.
Fly Fishing the Smoky Mountains
by Beau Beasley I like to fish as often as I can, but like most of my fellow fly anglers,Read more.
Last Ditch Gobblers
by David Hart First, the bad news... turkey season is winding down, and you’ve still got a tag or twoRead more.
Pier Fishing Basics For Saltwater Fun And Fillets
by Bob McNally A saltwater fishing pier gets no respect. In fact, the general impression many people have is thatRead more.
Nymphs For More Trout
by David Hart Trout fisherman sure love watching a dry fly drift across their favorite stream. Who can blame them?Read more.
Challenging Idaho Elk Hunt Honors Family Hunting Tradition
Over the years, Gene Barnes, his brother Greg and their father Harlyn enjoyed hunting small game, deer and elk together.Read more.
Union sportsmen volunteer for conservation projects
By Bill Knight Labor unions work for wages, hours and working conditions, but also fishing, hiking and even “hacking towers,”Read more.