Sporting Classics’ newest staff member takes her first deer with a Jarrett Rifle—and Kenny Jarrett himself.
Public land is still a viable option for hunters seeking big bucks.
Aaron Summitt broke his ankles, legs, and back after falling from his treestand, but he was still back in the woods six weeks later.
Appreciating a whitetail buck has become harder thanks to successful wildlife restoration.
He’s already tagged an ibex, brown bear, desert bighorn sheep, elephant, and lion, among other species.
It took the hunter four years and more than 200 trips afield to shoot this monster whitetail.
A boy takes his first buck in the southern Ozarks.
A stare-down between wolf and sheep, captured by an artist’s brush.
The bear got within ten feet before the birdshot took effect.
The national park will continue to be open to hunters, the only one in the country that is.