Sitting down to talk about his success, the business of hunting, and the responsibilities that hunters have.
Ditch the treestand and kill your bucks at eye level.
The biggest buck he’d ever seen . . . and that’s not the best part.
Would you, could you pass up a special animal in order to obey the law?
Saxton Pope, the father of modern archery, takes his first whitetail with stick and string.
Archery hall-of-famers Walt and Kenneth Wilhelm make hair-raising, and hair-splitting, trick shots with their bows.
A musing over arrows, environmentalism, and preserving the hunter’s ethos.
Classic quotes that perfectly capture the restless, roaming spirit all hunters possess.
How close have you gotten to a deer while bowhunting?
Celebrating the romance of gundogs and upland hunting.