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New Guns & Gear for 2015

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New Turkey Hunting Shotguns for 2015

by David Hart

Can you justify spending a couple hundred or even a thousand dollars on a shotgun you’ll shoot just a handful… more »

Photo courtesy of Will Byington.

Are Urban Coyotes Becoming More of a Threat?

by David Hart

They’ve been spotted in Central Park. They live in downtown Chicago and suburban Atlanta, and they stroll through cities and… more »

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Why Hunting Cartridge Velocity Matters

by Keith Wood

Humans are always looking for bigger and better. When early man picked up a rock and threw it, his neighbor… more »

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Best New Camping & Survival Gear for 2015

by PH Online Editors

Every sportsman knows that danger can appear at any given time without notice, whether its a bear attack, a broken… more »

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Eat What You Kill: How Joe Rogan is Celebrating the Wild Meat Movement

by Ben OBrien

He sat across the table from me, tall in his chair, looking satisfied, seemingly unable to remove triumph from his… more »

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Best States to Complete Your Turkey Grand Slam This Year

by David Hart

You’ve been dreaming about it since the day you called in your first gobbler. It’s called the Grand Slam, an… more »

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What Makes the Perfect Hog Cartridge?

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Feral swine populations are booming across the nation and pigs are consistently spreading into new areas. In 1982, wild hog… more »

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Remington V3 Shotgun Review

by Mike Schoby

When I was old enough to buy my first shotgun, I debated on barrel length, action type, and model, but… more »

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HUNTING Exclusive: Joe Rogan Talks Hunting, Eating Meat, and Anti-Hunters

by PH Online Editors

If there’s one thing that Joe Rogan is best known and respected for besides being the former host of Fear… more »

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Feral Firepower: Best Hog Hunting Guns for 2015

by Keith Wood

Freighter loads of ink have been spilled on the topic of the right gun for deer or elk, but hogs… more »

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HUNTING’s Guide to Better Backstraps

by Hank Shaw

Backstraps, loins, chops, or venison ribeye…whatever you call it, this is the money cut on a deer. The part we… more »

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Under Armour, Camo, and Willie Robertson Descend on Chicago

by Mike Schoby

North Michigan Avenue, Chicago — also known as the Magnificent Mile. Other than Beverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive or New York’s… more »

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Quiet Improvements: Why You Should Consider a Suppressor for Hunting

by Mike Schoby

It seems that no matter where I travel in the world, American hunters have it better than our counterparts in… more »

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Keep it Simple: Tips for Calling Coyotes More Effectively

by Joseph von Benedikt

Dawn came quickly, frost hanging on the sagebrush and growing in my beard. At the first traces of shooting light,… more »

Photo courtesy of Boone & Crockett Club.

Boone & Crockett Announces Bighorn Sheep World Record

by Andrew Vanlaningham

If you want the chance at a world record bighorn sheep, Alberta seems to be the place to go. Last… more »

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The Big Cat Challenge: Are You Tough Enough For a Mountain Lion Hunt?

by Fred Eichler

Mountain lions have been called many names over the years. Catamount, zephyr, cougar, panther, painter and puma are just some… more »

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Top Predator Hunting Gear for 2015

by PH Online Editors

Predator hunting is all about precision and timing. So it stands to reason that you need to be equipped with… more »

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Let Loose the Hounds: Why We Should Use Hounds for Wolf Hunting

by David Zeug

Teddy Roosevelt did it. So did General George Armstrong Custer. Now over 100 years later, a few Wisconsin hunters can… more »

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Best States for Bobcat Hunting in 2015

by Tad Brown

After two days, Lohman Gold staffer Ronnie Robison and I had come to only one realization: we had been duped…. more »

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10 Hard-Hitting Predator Rifles for 2015

by Skip Knowles

The coyote practically shined, nearly white and glaringly obvious sitting in the deep yellow grass 200 yards away, watching me… more »