Following months of virtual lockdown, sportsmen and women are chomping at the bit to get outdoors, and they’re going to celebrate every opportunity to social distance in the field.
Perhaps we can use this time to prepare for the upcoming season—whether by practicing our shooting or making sure that clothing and gear are field ready.
One by one, 10 baby wood ducks jumped from the nest to the ground, some 20 feet below.
Our annual “Hunting Dogs Issue” is an ode to shorthairs as well as all of the other gundogs that run our lives. We hope you enjoy it with a four-footed friend.
For almost 60 years some of the finest Labrador retrievers in the world—national champions, hall-of-famers, sires and dams that have made incalculable contributions to the breed—have come from Mary Howley’s Candlewood Kennels.
Remembering an unforgetable character named “Red”
His name was Timothy Murphy, he made his home in Fargo, and his poetry, if you’ve not had the pleasure, will hit you where you live.
Customizing a Fox with English flair
With the IHAP program, the focus is on habitat—and hunters who access enrolled properties know they are going to find good bird cover.
Mixed-bag hunting at Oregon’s Ruggs Ranch.
Five years ago (Jan/Feb ’15) I reviewed the then-new 690 Field III. Now it’s time to have a look at the 694 Sporting.
Answering readers’ questions.