There’s an appeal to sitting in duck blinds in cold, driving rain and crawling hundreds of yards across stubble fields in the dark.
With open-heart surgery looming, columnist Steve Meyer had to leave his gun behind but had a memorable hunt all the same.
Reviewing safety rules can help ensure a safe hunting season, so here are four rules to help.
There are ways to take care of nuisance rodents without destroying them.
Clocks and calendars don’t apply to nature, so get out there when you can and see what awaits.
So many are in love with the Old West that the myths often eclipse the realities.
The atrocities of advancing years are less pronounced when you stop to smell the flowers instead of tromping over them.
Whether you’re in a canvas tent, camper trailer or conversion van, camping offers an escape from everyday worries, even with insects in your food.
A fundraiser for cystic fibrosis, the Shoot for the Cure is a blast — even if your aim isn’t always true.
You never know what you might see when you take your time during a 1,400-mile hunting trip in the Interior.
Columnist Steve Meyer, a veteran over/under shooter, attempts to master an unfamiliar side-by-side shotgun.
In the spring, a man’s fancy may turn to thoughts of mallards and pintails — and the quality time spent watching and waiting for them, sometimes without ever firing a shot.
Columnist Steve Meyer shares some of his mishaps with firearms with the hope you can avoid them.
Real-time perspective can bring greater understanding of long-held knowledge.
“Pigeon-grade” shotguns are a cut above lesser guns in both appearance and price.