Long-forgotten promotions for the Seattle-based sporting-goods company.
In celebration of a sporting artist best known for his timeless etchings of gundogs.
Unforgettable lines about hunting and fishing submitted by our readers.
Anglers could be forbidden to wade in waters that run through private property.
An up-close look at fish cruising the current.
Newfoundland and Labrador’s crystal-clear waters teem with brook trout, a telling testament to this…
Sculptures that capture a deep respect for the natural world with every detail.
Militants target valuable ivory.
Report sightings, kill more birds.
At the Deep River Sporting Clays & Shooting School, April 24 through 26.
Arizona lawmakers deem the beast too burdensome, consider hunting.
The perils and pitfalls of heading streamside.
Study reveals the curious dietary habits of fish.
Good news for fishermen, bad news for beachgoers.
The invasive beast with meat that doesn’t require a wrap of bacon.
Tracing Hemingway’s footsteps through his fishing days in Bimini.
In mailboxes mid-March, on newsstands early April.
Kreh has made lasting contributions to the sport through his many articles and books.
There’s nothing like a snake to make a man sit up and pay attention.
How setters are beating pointers at their own game.
I didn’t prefer to fish still waters, but then I had a revelation.
Lauded by Jack O’Connor, Teddy Roosevelt, and generations of hunters.
Regardless your preference, there’s always something deeply personal about the waters we fish.
Every hunter knows the conflict, but once in a lifetime there’s an easy fix….