Wildlife management decisions must be based on the best available science–not on the whims of public opinion.
Ballot initiatives that meddle with scientific wildlife management are nothing new, but they are increasingly common.
Gain confidence and extend your ethical field-shooting range at an Outdoor Solutions shooting school.
Improve your shooting skills with expert training.
It’s every hunter’s nightmare: A bear is crashing toward you through the brush. What should you do?
The answer is: It depends on the situation.
Planning a move? Don’t know what to do with your taxidermy?
The experts at Trophy Transport can help.
A new study provides some important insights on how to talk to a non-hunter about hunting.
Many non-hunters have no idea that licenses are required, or that the meat is used.
The 30th edition of Rowland Ward’s Records of Big Game will debut a new way of scoring Cape buffalo.
The new system rewards both horn spread and boss width.
Hunter numbers are declining, but wildlife advocates are working to turn the tide.
R3 efforts and outreach to non-hunters are crucial efforts that all hunters should support.
The 9.3, not the .375, should really be considered the minimum cartridge for dangerous game.
This cartridge has proven itself over years of use in the field.
A selection of great books for reading by the fireside on a snowy evening.
New titles from Craig Boddington, Buzz Charlton, Walter Bell, and many more.