Plan like a pro: tips and tricks for the traveling wingshooter.
Here are some new items for wingshooters that might help you achieve your gunning goals.
Which spot in the vast North Woods would give me an exemplary feel for both the hunting and the hunters? The answer came from Minnesota photographer Lee Kjos, who during a phone conversation mentioned Little Moran and its proprietor, Steve Grossman.
Fall gatherings for double-gun enthusiasts.
Effective training is a continuous, cyclical progression involving planning, teaching, revisiting established skills and evaluation. — Mike Stewart
Simulated driven shooting is a fun way to get a taste of the real thing or to warm up for the season.
Here are six ensembles that range from hardcore hunting to country casual, each from purveyors of fine products that celebrate the wingshooting life.
Here are a few of the new-for-2016 products that I believe are worth investing in this season. — David Draper
Associate Editor Ed Carroll spent four days in early June shooting with South Pioneers in San Luis Province, Argentina. He brought back this one-minute video showing the streams of eared doves and spot-wing pigeons flowing over his shooting blind.
The Year’s Lineup of New Scatterguns.
Hunters have come up with many products to help dogs and dog owners, including this short list that we’re excited about this season.
It’s dog-training season for bird hunters across the country—meaning it’s time to take inventory of what gear is and isn’t working.