Turkey season is just around the corner, and Turkey & Turkey Hunting magazine is back with its Spring 2018 issue that’s sure to get you even more fired up for the season. Inside you’ll get hard-hitting, practical information you can add directly to your arsenal and take straight into the turkey woods.
Hunters have hundreds of millions of acres of public land in the United States to enjoy, even if it can be a challenge sometimes to stay positive.
If you're unable to scout in the off-season, speed scouting for rubs, scrapes and other deer sign during hunting season is a good way to form a plan.
Here are three compelling reasons why you should consider a public land ground attack this autumn to bag your deer.
It’s not too hard to kill a deer on public land, but it's important to have a plan for hauling it out and getting back to your vehicle safely.
Steve Kress turned decades of hunting and studious research into peak rut dates based on the best predictions for his area into a great public land hunt.
Public land hunting is the norm for people across the country, but perfecting the approach can mean the difference between a successful trip and a bad trip. On this week’s Deer & Deer Hunting TV, airing Tuesday on NBC Sports, industry experts offer their advice on the best way to approach...
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has expanded hunting opportunities on private lands and on nearly 6 million acres of its public-hunting wildlife management area system. New rules also include allowing the use of air guns to take rabbits and gray squirrels, and make a slight modification to the boundary...