Attracting deer by putting out feed, minerals, or treats can be controversial. Putting out your best homemade deer attractant can change the game and really bring home meat for winte???r, but who has time for that? Companies seem toShow More Summary
The Bait Chef: How to Make Mean, Green Bluegill... by FieldandStream Bluegill are a refined, cultured fish, known for their appreciation of the arts, literature, and, above all, fine dining. They won’t go for just any bait, so if you want to catch a mess of them, you’ll need to appeal to their palates. Show More Summary
Hook Shots: Florida Snakehead Hunt by FieldandStream You ever have a fish you've always wanted to catch but failed? Then that fish plagues you as you scheme your next attack? For me, that was the snakehead. After a doomed mission for...Show More Summary
Every year, the number of deer hunters increases. This isn't a bad thing since the number of deer is also increasing rapidly and state game commissions do a good job of controlling the hunt. However, beginning hunters often don't understand some of the terminology that is used in regard to deer. Show More Summary
/ Montana Rifle Co. Prairie Runner by OutdoorLife A good varmint rifle needs to deliver excellent accuracy and be configured so the shooter can see his hits (or misses). The Prairie Runner excels at both. Chambered in.22/250, the Prairie Runner was one of our favorite guns to shoot at the 2016 Gun Test. Show More Summary
/ MG Arms Prototype AR by OutdoorLife This ultra-lightweight skeletonized prototype from MG Arms is so new it doesn't even have a name yet. Here's a sneak peek.
The Bait Chef: Delightfully Pungent Catfish Cakes by FieldandStream Catfish are a highly refined species, with a sophisticated palate. To catch a mess of classy cats—or just some regular ones—raid the pantry and whip up this ultra-rotten...Show More Summary
How to Mix the Perfect Old Fashioned by FieldandStream The Old Fashioned—the original cocktail—has never gone out of style, and never will. Why? Because it's easy to mix and absolutely delicious. The drink is also easy to screw up.Show More Summary
Optics companies have conditioned shooters to expect new products every year that are useful, distinctive, and eye-catching, but that are just different enough from the previous year’s models to gin up demand for the new glass. In recent...Show More Summary
Aggressive Elk-Calling Tactics for Bowhunters by FieldandStream Effective game calling isn't just a matter of recreating the sounds. Good callers—whether they're calling turkeys, ducks, predators, or bull elk—are masters at creating a complete illusion. Show More Summary
The archerfish usually reserves its impressive spitting skills for knocking insects into the water. But a team of scientists at Oxford University, headed by Dr. Cait Newport, conditioned eight archerfish to spit at the image of a human...Show More Summary
/ Gun of the Week: AR-17 Shotgun by OutdoorLife / Although the name AR-17 might call to mind a black gun, this 1960s-shotgun is a different breed than the AR-15s and AR-10s manufactured by Armalite. Watch the video for details, a ndShow More Summary
/ Gun Lab: Frankford Hand Deprimer Review by OutdoorLife If you reload your own ammo, consider checking out this handy new tool from Frankford Arsenal that will remove spent primers for you. It's compatible with a range of casing sizes, and won't alter any of the dimensions on your brass.
Spring always seems to be a long time coming when you live where snow is measured in feet rather than inches, and where winter lasts about half the year. It's hard to believe but less than two months ago, some of these top smallmouth...Show More Summary
Judging shotguns is a lot like judging music—personal taste figures heavily into the equation. Above all, however, the elements that go into a shotgun’s design and construction must work in harmony to augment our innate ability to track...Show More Summary
Outdoor Life’s gun test is serious business. It is a lot of fun as well, there’s no denying that. But beyond the smell of powder, the piles of hot brass, the sore shoulders, the ringing of steel, and the smiles on the faces of the shooters lurks a solemn task. Show More Summary
We all have an image of what the perfect shot opportunity on an animal looks like, and for most of us, that’s directly broadside or slightly quartering away. In real life, however, there are plenty of times when that perfect angle just doesn’t present itself long enough for a shot. Show More Summary
How to Build Limblines for Catfish by FieldandStream Anticipation runs high in a limblining boat. It’s tough to be quiet on a still, starlit night when deep down, you’re wishing for pandemonium. Funny how a shaking green limb triggers such a primal feeling. Show More Summary
Sportsman's Notebook: Make a Homemade Survival... by FieldandStream A knife, a saw, cord, and wire—all in one end-times-ready tool you can make at home.
Heavey's Politically Incorrect Memorial Day Video by FieldandStream “Hey, buddy,” Thomas Shurgar says to the overly inquisitive little gator approaching our boat while brim fishing on Yellow Creek in southwest Arkansas. “Thomas, I’m not kidding you,” says Hayden, his wife. Show More Summary