A Man-Killing Bear

A Man-Killing Bear

  Almost every trapper past middle age who has spent his life in the wilderness has stories to tell about exceptionally savage bears. One of these stories was told in my ranch house one winter evening by an old mountain hunter, clad in fur cap, buckskin hunting...
Watch: Partridge Country

Watch: Partridge Country

  “The will to go to a place where there are pa’tridge comes upon a man suddenly, inexplicably. It may happen in the midst of dense traffic. It may happen in the thick of a business conference. Your proper hunting man may have been quite complacent with the world...
How to Cook the Perfect Backstrap

How to Cook the Perfect Backstrap

  Hot water and a blowtorch? Yep, that is all you need to cook a perfect backstrap. Well, some butter and a few fresh herbs help it out, but this sous-vide method produces a nice medium-rare backstrap with a perfectly seared surface. Set your butter out on the...
There’s a Snake in My Blind

There’s a Snake in My Blind

  Anticipation for hunting season always has me sweating through at least a couple of early archery hunts, but I feel much more comfortable with a rifle in my hands, so it was with high hopes that I made my way to the woods on opening afternoon of Oklahoma’s...
A Return to Repke’s Farm

A Return to Repke’s Farm

  A little past noon, just off Douglas County’s Highway M, we rolled to a stop at the head of an old logging road. We were heading back to Repke’s Farm on the final evening of our annual Wisconsin grouse hunting camp. It would just be Gretchen, my German...

Watch: Meet the Champs

  Trick-shot videos are fairly common nowadays, but this footage from Paramount Studios, shot in the 1930s, is unbelievable. This film reel isn’t for the squeamish! Walt and Kenneth Wilhelm were truly gifted archers, and obviously trusted each other...
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