You never know who you might meet in the backcountry when hunting elk, but you can usually count on meeting some friendly folks.
We have a bright future among the bowhunting community thanks to the work of pioneers like the late Jim Dougherty.
What seems to be affecting deer populations the most? A retired wildlife professor ponders CWD’s impact on deer hunting.
Some stories are hard to believe, particularly when it comes to the hunting myths and rural legends that tend to linger around hunting camp.
Despite the rapid growth of the archery and bowhunting industry, compound bows remain the all-time favorite among shooters.
Pat Durkin reflects on how gift bows for the grandkids brought back memories of past hunts with his daughter.
States like Wisconsin, with growing CWD cases, are now asking the question, "Does the passive-management approach work for controlling CWD?"
Spain researchers claim they have found what some might call the world's oldest trophy room ever discovered among hunters.
Does treestand height matter when it comes to going undetected by deer? And how do you handle those nosey does that have you pegged?
Mark Gutsmiedl broke both legs and fractured two vertebrae when falling from a treestand; and then crawled 600 yards in search of help.
Patrick Durkin shares a tribute to the Captain, a friend, hunting buddy, and backcountry companion that was loyal to his standards.
It's hard to beat good times with great friends for a hunters' reunion at the hunting cabin, celebrating a lifetime of memories.
Fall is here, ushering in the best days of the year, as well as the potential for hunters and Rurbanites to clash.
The Wisconsin archery season is here! Here's a look at the stats and history of the state's deer season over the years.
Little moments turned into big memories for the author when spending time in the outdoors hunting and fishing with family.
What states kill the most deer each year? Here's a unique look at how the numbers add up in the top deer hunting states.
Despite the small number of hunters across the country, their voice is loud, proud, and needs to be heard, now more than ever.
Thanks to the leadership of hunters like Kathleen Falk, bowhunting opportunities in county parks are on the rise.
Consequences for misbehavior come in various forms. Check out the story of one hunter that was gored by a buck, and fined for illegal baiting.
If you look at bowhunting opportunities around the world, you'll quickly realize that bowhunters in the U.S. are blessed with the best.