Hunting is the ultimate excuse to go someplace you’ve never been. Yet sometimes taking the road less traveled is better experienced with a friend—or a dozen.
Our editors reveal their favorite destinations.
Montana’s Open Fields: creating access to upland habitat.
Minnesotans in the northern and northeastern parts of the state have endless miles of state and federal forests as well as other public areas on which to pursue grouse, woodcock and ducks.
Deep in the heart of Georgia’s Oconee National Forest exists a place difficult to find and even harder to forget.
Ninety-two percent of the student-athletes participate in the clay-shooting disciplines of trap, skeet, sporting clays, bunker trap, trap doubles and international skeet.
Congratulations to Joshua Creek Ranch, which recently was named the 2018 Orvis Endorsed Wingshooting Lodge of the Year at the 32nd Annual Orvis Guide Rendezvous, in Asheville, North Carolina.
High & low ’fowling in western South America
Gun buffs who have a penchant for the big screen—and who don’t mind having their brush pants scared off—will want to check out the new horror film Winchester.
This year Kids & Clays will host 23 sporting clays, trap and skeet events, each organized by the respective area’s Ronald McDonald House Charity.
Dog trainer and guide Tracey Lieske has used the Northern grouse woods as summer training grounds for many years.
High Adventure Company’s John Burrell has been there, done that.