It’s coming right for us! Ruby-throated Hummingbird photographed by Corey If you’ve ever watched hummingbirds zip through a garden or...
15 Yard Files: Story of a First Bow Buck by FieldandStream Bow season is coming up fast, and what better way to amp up the excitement than by watching a new hunter take her first-ever buck with a bow? In this episode, 15-Yard Files host Cally Morris is running the camera as his niece, Lynn Daniels, sits in a Northern Missouri bow stand while the rut is in full swing.
Photo by YouTube: Mind of a Chef This stuffing method will make cooking Scotch eggs easier than ever. Last fall, we featured an excellent recipe for Wild Boar Scotch Eggs from noted chef April Bloomfield of The Spotted Pig and The Breslin. Show More Summary
Photo by The Voorhes The new Mathews Halon 5, winner of our vertical-bow test. Back in March, F&S deputy editor Dave Hurteau and I met hunting editor Will Brantley in his hometown of Murray, Ky., for the annual F&S bow and crossbow test. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, fisherman Dan Rose and his sister hooked a GoPro camera and head mount from a pier at a lake in Hamworthy, a suburb of Poole, on England’s southern coast. According to Newsmax, Rose took the camera home and tried to salvage it, but saltwater had seeped inside, ruining it. Show More Summary
DIY: How to Make a P-Cord Rifle Sling by FieldandStream It was supposed to be an easy day hunt, so easy you didn’t bring a daypack. But now you need to lower yourself down a cliff to get back to camp. If only you had that pack—and the...Show More Summary
Food Plots: A DIY Irrigation System by OutdoorLife I've never claimed to be the world's greatest deer hunter. In fact, I think I've made it plenty clear that I have to work hard to find success – and that's just the way I like it. To...Show More Summary
Blaser F16 Shotgun by OutdoorLife Here's a look at the new F16 from Blaser USA. It comes in two models: game and sporting.
An Inside Look at Camp Chef’s Pellet Grill and... by OutdoorLife I often preach about the importance of mixing up cooking techniques for wild game, yet I’m equally guilty of getting stuck in a rut—especially when I stumble upon an exciting, fresh style of cooking. Show More Summary
Thank you so, so much for all your kind responses to Go Now Go. You can watch this first look video if you’d like to see more. It will be shipping very soon, so be sure to ask your favourite scrapbooking retailer to order it if you fancy!...Show More Summary
Photo by YouTube: FilletingFish This five-fillet method will make cleaning a northern pike a breeze. Northern pike get a bad rep from anglers. As fun as they are to fight, few people eat them because of the perceived difficulty of cleaning them. Show More Summary
Jess McGlothlin writes about her trusted gear for travel in the field in a recent article for Carryology. “Often travelling to the destinations is half the battle, and my gear needs to be ready to adapt,” writes McGlothlin, “from commercial … more ?
/ Gun Lab Giveaway: Magpul Daka Pouch by OutdoorLife We're giving away three durable Daka pouches from Magpul. All you have to do is comment below (or on our Facebook post here) by 11 p.m. EST on Sunday, July 10, 2016, to be eligible. We will randomly choose three winners among our website and Facebook commenters. Stay tuned for more swag.
/ Gun of the Week: German Frei Pistol by OutdoorLife This week we take a look at a 50-meter competition pistol out of Germany. Video by Jared Serign é. To see the previous Gun of the Week—King Louis XV's Blunderbuss—click here. Stay tuned for a new gun next Wednesday. Show More Summary
Sportsman's Notebook: How to Make an Altoids... by FieldandStream For your kid’s first fly box, you could just buy a new one—but where's the fun in that? Here's an easy project the two of you can make together to help keep their flies in mint condition.
Basslines: An Interview With Stuart Spector by FieldandStream I've always said the best part of my job is not getting to fish often but meeting new people in the process. Case in point, a few weeks ago, I got to spend a day with Stuart Spector. Show More Summary
Tuna Prep: From Gaff to Grill by FieldandStream If you're lucky enough to hook up a tuna—and then strong enough to get it in the boat—knowing how to take care of it once onboard is critical to maximizing its flavor on the table. From bleeding, to removing the loins, to steaking, we'll show you every step to prep a tuna from gaff to grill.
Most summer evenings after the heat of the day has faded, I walk Butterfly Loop. This trail encircles a portion of our 37-acre meadow we call First Field. Often I’m treated to a stunning sunset, and always I hear and see songbirds that prefer a meadow of forbs or the edge of a wooded ridge. […]
Spotting scopes are a little like two-car garages. Before you get one, you don’t know just how useful they could be, and after you do, you wonder how you ever got by without one. Just as every serious gear junkie needs a place to store...Show More Summary
How to Make a Takedown Tuning Jig by FieldandStream If you tune your own bow, you know that you can make a perfectly fine, stand-alone paper-tuning jig from wood or PVC. The only problem—for me at least—is finding a place to store the thing when it's not in use, which is the vast majority of the time. Show More Summary