Bemoaning a closed season on mourning doves.
The invasive, sporting and tasty Eurasian collared dove.
After not having allowed hunting for sandhill cranes since 1916, Alabama enjoyed its first crane hunt in more than a century this past season.
A master class in outwitting roosters
Through the years trainer Jerry Cacchio developed a keen eye for interpreting dogs’ physical communications and for assessing the miscommunications of handlers.
The Oxford Premium features a detachable trigger group, comes in 12 or 20 bore, and is intended for game shooting or sporting clays.
Incoming specks in Saskatchewan
In 1919 in India, where peasants and oxcarts vastly outnumbered princes and motorcars, this bespoke Rolls-Royce must have appeared like the chariot of a god.
Seeking adventure in the Arizona desert
Thanks to load and pellet upgrades, the 28 gauge now offers improved patterns and lethality at distance.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever have created an ambitious new program aimed at female hunters called Women on the Wing.
There’s no better way to launch the season than by breaking in some gear. The following items should serve well from the mountains to the prairies.