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Sportsman’s Notebook: How to Reach Cast

Sportsman's Notebook: How to Reach Cast by FieldandStream Joe Demalderis of Cross Current Guide Service explains how this mid-air mend can make dry-fly presentations more natural    

Browning Strike Force Review: Is It The Best Trail Camera?

With all of the huge benefits technology has brought to hunting, you're really not giving yourself the best possible chance unless you're taking advantage of it and using the latest gadgets to give you a leg up whenever you can. OneShow More Summary

Best Scope for 308 Rifles: A Buyers Guide

Before trying to decide which is the best scope for 308 rifles it is important to understand these rifles first. There aren’t many long range rifles on the market that are as popular and accurate as the.308, though that is a rather general statement. Show More Summary

Sending Turkey Season Out in Style

Midday Gobbler on a Youth Turkey Hunt in Missouri by FieldandStream Maybe I’ve had rougher Sunday mornings, but it’s been a while. I turn on the light over the hotel sink, and my eyes are a deep, rather disconcerting shade of red. I know that I have a drive to Omaha ahead of me this evening, and a flight home late tonight. Show More Summary

Recipe: Snow Goose Orange

Recipe: Snow Goose Orange by OutdoorLife The first time I had ever eaten snow goose was in a frozen field in Pennsylvania. I was hunting with Avery pro staffer Kevin Addy, and during a lull in the action he busted out a package of smoked...Show More Summary

Aimpoint T1 vs T2: Choosing the Winner

Swedish optics manufacturer Aimpoint has long been the leading manufacturer of electronic red dot sight technology, and in fact, the company invented it. Upon its release in 2007, the Aimpoint Micro T1 red dot sight quickly shot to the...Show More Summary

New Hook Shots: Jersey Spring Striper Slamfest

Hook Shots: Jersey Spring Striper Slamfest by FieldandStream Without question, a big part of the fun of shooting "Hook Shots" is traveling. I love meeting new people and checking out new fisheries. But I also know when to skip the plane tickets and just stay home. Show More Summary

The Fisherman's Breakfast Recipe: Crappie McMuffins

The Fisherman's Breakfast Recipe: Crappie... by OutdoorLife Here’s a different take on a classic dish: The Fisherman’s Breakfast. These breakfast sandwiches stick to the ribs, and will keep you out on the water until you fill your next...Show More Summary

How to Smoke Game Over Coals with the Snake Method

Controlling temperature is an important part of turning your charcoal grill into a smoker. Low and slow is the name of the game, especially when smoking ribs, pork butts, and other larger cuts. A single pile of charcoal can burn too hot and too fast, requiring cooks to add more coals during longer smokes. Show More Summary

Video: The Fastest Filleter in the West

The Fastest Filleter in the West by FieldandStream Meet Dillon: The Fastest Filleter in the West  

Video: How to Field-Dress an Elk

How to Field-Dress an Elk by FieldandStream There are some big bones and a bunch of guts inside a critter the size of a bull elk. But as with hunting any big game, particularly in warm weather, field-dressing is an essential first step in cooling the animal and keeping the meat in good shape. Show More Summary

Sportsman’s Notebook: How to Gut a Trout

Sportsman's Notebook: How to Gut a Trout by FieldandStream Fishing editor Joe Cermele shows you how.   

Mouth Call Master: Champion Turkey Calling Tips from Hunter Wallis

Hunter Wallis, Teenage Champion Turkey Caller by FieldandStream   Hunter Wallis knows a little something about turkey calling. At only 18 years old, he’s a six-time National Wild Turkey Federation Grand National champion, the highest honor in competitive turkey calling. Show More Summary

Video: Cutting on a Mouth Call

Turkey Calling Tip: How to Cutt on a Mouth Call by FieldandStream Hard, loud cutting is a surefire way to make a reluctant gobbler give away his location. Hunter Wallis, six-time Grand National Calling champion, uses cutts whenever he’s...Show More Summary

Video: How to Purr on a Mouth Call

Turkey Calling Tip: How to Purr on a Mouth Call by FieldandStream Purring is perhaps the most difficult sound to master on a mouth call. To do it right, you hae to first pick the right call. Hunter Wallis, the 18-year-old turkey calling champ with six Grand National wins, uses a stiff, triple-reed batwing cut. Show More Summary

Video: Finishing Calls for Hung-Up Gobblers

Turkey Calling Tip: How to Finish A Hung-Up... by FieldandStream When a gobbler won’t commit, Hunter Wallis, six-time Grand National turkey calling champ, switches to a series of soft clucks, purrs, and yelps. “We’ve all been in that...Show More Summary

Video: The Backcountry Beast Survival Kit

Super Survival Kit: The Backcountry Beast by FieldandStream Go off the grid, and things can get ugly pronto. You need a kit that’s easy to carry and packed with everything you need to weather a three-day blow or a busted femur.  See a photo gallery of all the items. 

Shed Hunting Dogs: 4 Training Drills to Turn Your Retriever into an Antler Finder

 Photographs and video by Stephen Maturen If shed hunting is modern deer hunting’s Hot Ticket, then the shed dog is the sport’s Next Big Thing. One well-trained dog will cover five times more ground than the leanest, meanest, shed hunter around. Show More Summary

Choosing the Best Red Dot Sight: Reviews for 2016

This is it, the moment of truth. The moment you have been waiting for all season. You have tracked down this beast of an animal and now’s your chance to harvest. Your weapon is in perfect position and your aim is steady. When you’reShow More Summary

Turkey Decoy Tips and Hacks: 4 Ways to Increase Realism Without Breaking the Bank

I've had a love/hate relationship with turkey decoys for some time. In the beginning—when turkey hunting was a fairly new phenomenon here in southern Michigan, when the birds were naive, when the spring season was filled with hard-gobbling...Show More Summary

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