A man-eating bear stood between the hunter and his rifle.
Researchers are using an animal’s DNA footprint to identify its body parts on the black market.
This’ll wake you up on a sleepy Thursday morning.
Quotes on what hunting in Africa is, was, and may never be like again.
Fish art like you’ve never seen before.
Keeping your gundog safe and healthy is of paramount importance. Be vigilant.
Hunters have until January 31 to take the bird, which was banded and released somewhere in Finney County, Kansas.
“This recognition . . . forms a landmark in my life.”
The birds have become so difficult to deal with that deliveries must be made under the cover of darkness.
Your new favorite short-action round.
A fond look back at a 20th century milestone.
Do you have to bring home antlers to consider a hunt successful?
Beautiful paintings, fossils, sculptures, and a wonderful variety of handcrafted furnishings for the home or office.
Spend that Christmas gift money the right way.
Like Gene Hill said, nothing beats a case of shells.
Eternal words by the former president.
Three young men are bringing good press coverage to the outdoors for their deed.
The legend of a man-killing—and man-eating!—elephant that’s hard to pronounce and even harder to forget.
“The Greatest Hunters’ Convention on the Planet” runs January 4-7. Make plans now to attend!
Two Southerners head to the Pacific Northwest for an epic waterfowl hunt.
The common hail becomes a sick taunt when ruffed grouse are scarce.
A classic hunting tale . . . of sorts.
Hill could take the simplest of subjects and turn them into literary magic with a blend of wit, whimsy, and wisdom.
A real-life account, warts and all.
An epic predator/prey battle caught by an eye in the sky.
Brittany Boddington has secrets she’s only told to Sporting Classics.
Karamojo explains why he chose the .275 Rigby for elephant hunting.
The carcass was hanging in the hunter’s garage, but that didn’t keep out the great bear.
Sporting Classics’ editor hunts whitetails in a remote and game-rich area of Texas.
The gun has to be capable of dropping everything from ten-pound dik-dik to 2,000-pound eland.