A big game hunter, upland bird hunter and fisherman, he resembles a man from a different time; one of the woodsmen who roamed the Pacific Northwest’s mountains and valleys, his home, back in the eighteenth century. He is a person who can and has survived in the wilderness only with items that trappers carried in their packs centuries ago.
You've waited months, maybe years, for this moment. But now what? The hunting pros at OutdoorHub share six essential tips for what you need to do after shooting a deer.
To help you hit the mark in the most humane possible way, this helpful infographic from the outdoors experts at Wilderness Today will keep your eye on the target.
Statistics show that one in three hunters will fall sometime in their lifetime while hanging their treestand. Here are ten tips from the experts at OutdoorHub to help you avoid that potentially life-threatening fate!
These might add a few extra pounds to your load, but a tripod for glassing your game might make the difference for filling your tag or not.
OutdoorHub's managing editor shares five tips for ensuring you're primed for bowhunting success during the fall whitetail season.
Wild hogs were seemingly created for the bowhunter. They are prolific, accessible, they don’t have the best eyesight in the world—and they are excellent table fare.
Preparing for bowhunters is a different challenge than preparing for rifle hunters. For many years I bowhunted almost exclusively and ...