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 bear got within ten feet of the hunter before the birdshot took effect.
The rack won’t be officially measured until January, but at 255 inches, it’s definitely in the running.
Two rams duke it out on the side of a busy Colorado road.
South Carolina’s first poet laureate recounts a holiday hunt on the family plantation.
Each year the organization commissions a rifle to celebrate a continent’s hunting heritage, and each year we‘re impressed.
A trout biologist muses on the path from his first whitetail hunt as a boy in Wisconsin to a pronghorn one on the New Mexico prairie.
Skip the fruitcake this year and give the gift that keeps on giving.
Technology makes reporting a kill easier, but there’s something to be said for the traditional way.