After years of strong management and learning about hunting, young Nick Mattly dropped a great Iowa buck scoring more than 194 B&C with his muzzleloader.
When it comes to deer hunting true trophy bucks come with age, not from arbitrary antler configuration restrictions pushed by agencies or elitist hunters.
Ted Nugent believes introducing youngsters to the fun and safe practices of firearms requires maturity from parent and child to ensure a successful outcome.
Will a Canadian study about the effects of chronic wasting disease affect how hunters view whitetail deer hunting and eating deer meat?
Ted Nugent loves bowhunting but also enjoys pulling the trigger with his favorite handguns and rifles for deer, predators and whatever else he can hunt.
Ted Nugent is on the road 60-65 days a year doing concerts, outdoors shows and promotional events, but he's bowhunting for deer and other critters the rest of the year!
On tour and rocking out, Ted Nugent remains an apex predator, keeping his hunting skills razor sharp.
Whitetail Wisdom blog by Dan Schmidt: If the past several winters have taught us anything, it should be that habitat is the trump card in any discussion on white-tailed deer management. It should teach us all that, but it won’t. Warm weather has returned, and we’re back to squabbling about antler restrictions, doe...
How ‘bout our sacred family hunting campfires, huh! It is impossible to put into mere words the power and glory of our pure tooth, fang and claw connection as hunting families with God’s miraculous creation and our natural stewardship lifestyle. As Fred Bear said and I repeat often, it truly does cleanse the soul!...
Young Ralphie got a good taste of soap after his utterance of the protracted “Fffffuuuuddddgggggeeeeee.” for movie and television viewers in “A Christmas Story,” but we learned that wasn’t what the bespectacled coveter of a Daisy Red Ryder air rifle really said. After tumping the hubcap filled with lug nuts, young Ralphie’s use of “THE...