Sports A Field

Traveling Hunter

Caution Advised at Miami Airport

One hunter’s guns go missing–for three months.

Miami Airport “loses” a set of shotguns, even though they were properly cased, checked, and declared.

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The Lion’s Breath

With a lion just inches away, a hunter faces down his darkest fears.

Time stood still as the hunter felt the lion’s breath on his face.

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Red Stags of the Rakaia

Hunting free-range red deer and fallow deer on New Zealand’s scenic South Island.

Some of New Zealand’s finest hunting can be found in a beautiful region at the the confluence of the Rakaia and Mathias rivers.

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Land of Enchantment

An antelope hunt in the high plains of northern New Mexico.

New Mexico has wide-open spaces, spectacular sunsets, and tons of pronghorn.

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Taking a Non-Hunter on Safari, Part 2

More great ideas for things to do before or after your South African safari.

South Africa has a wealth of wonderful tourist destinations.

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Taking a Non-Hunter on Safari

Great ideas for things to do when taking a non-hunting spouse or friend along on your African safari.

Try these great South African tourist destinations before or after your hunt.

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Traveling to Argentina with Firearms

What you need to know before bringing your hunting guns to Argentina.

Tips for negotiating the gun-import bureaucracy in this popular bird-hunting country.

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Safari Dreams

Planning An African Safari

Have you thought about going to Africa, but assumed that it was too expensive, too hazardous, or too difficult? Ever since I returned from my first safari,

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The Best Way to Book a Hunt

BookYourHunt.com lets you search for and compare prices on hunts all over the world.

When you book a flight, you probably use an online service such as Travelocity or Expedia to search for the best prices.

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The Only Way to Fly: Airplane travel with firearms and ammunition

An overview of the TSA rules for flying with your hunting firearms, ammunition, and other hunting equipment

They took my Swiss Army knife. They took my mini screwdriver repair kit. They even took my tweezers once. But they haven’t taken my guns yet, and if I pay attention and follow the rules, they hopefully never will.

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