Keeping your dog in shape year-round is important, but proper conditioning is only half the equation.
See the first two runners-up in our photo contest, and stay tuned for more winning shots.
The following items can help you be proactive in taking care of your dog and ensuring against disasters—large and small—in the field and at home.
American 28-gauge shooters have been clamoring for years for lead hunting loads heavier than the 28’s longstanding 3⁄4-oz shot charge. And finally several manufacturers have listened.
To make lots of practice comfortable and positive, the wise shotgunner uses low-recoil practice loads.
The alarming effects of West Nile Virus in ruffed grouse populations and what hunters can do for conservation.
Appreciating the art of driving game
Prairie grouse and more in Nebraska’s Sandhills
Everyone can benefit from good coaching. Whether they’re involved in a sport, a hobby or just life, quality advice from a knowledgeable expert can be invaluable. These four top shooting instructors share their secrets
The landscape-scale conservation goals of the American Prairie Reserve have inspired comparisons to an American Serengeti and the Yellowstone of the future.
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t get at least a little excited about finding a dropped deer antler. So it’s little wonder that using bird dogs to search for shed antlers has grown into a remarkably popular pastime.
HEVI-X is a new tungsten-composite pellet from Environ-Metal, the oldest tungsten-composite-pellet manufacturer in the US. The shot was introduced in late 2017, and here’s what you need to know about it.