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Hornady: Three Generations of Bullet Making

by Joe Arterburn

On New Year’s Day in 1981, Jason Hornady’s mother, Cheryl, received a kidney transplant. With Cheryl still hospitalized, Jason’s father,… more »


Kid Rock Talks Guns, Hunting and Rock ‘n’ Roll

by Ben OBrien

His real name is Robert Ritchie. Which sounds normal enough. And if you ever make it down to Pike County,… more »


5 Adventure Hunts Anyone Can Afford

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Regardless of when the hunting season in your home state officially closes your mind is probably on pursuing game year… more »


17 Dream Jobs in the Outdoor Industry

by Kali Parmley

Combining a career with your passions is a goal that is strived for, but not often achieved. Many hunting enthusiasts… more »


KUIU’s Jason Hairston: The Man with a Plan

by Mike Schoby

The seed of an idea germinated atop a mountain in Idaho as Jason Hairston and long-time buddy Jonathan Hart were… more »


Justin Tuck: The NFL Bowhunter

by Mike Carney

I was at my desk in the early spring of 2011 when I got a call from a sports agent… more »


Showcasing Those Who Share a Passion

by Mike Schoby

The easy route for any hunting magazine is to simply tell a traditional “hunting” story. A traditional story could be… more »


The Trouble with Bears

by Craig Boddington

Bear cubs are incredibly cute and cuddly, but from at least early adolescence onward all bears—from the wimpiest black bear… more »


Grilled Venison Backstrap Fit for a Vegan

by David Draper

Hunters probably don’t normally hang out with vegans, but some of our friends have made poor life choices. And we… more »


Hunting Traditions: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

by Doug Howlett

With hunting being such a long-standing, time-honored tradition in this country and around the world, it only stands to reason… more »


Why You Should Plan A Western Hunting Trip Now

by David Hart

There are two two types of hunters: Those who can’t dream of a hunt out West and those who dream… more »


8 Tips for Getting Permission to Hunt Private Land

by John Barsness

The guy who answered the farmhouse door hadn’t shaved for a few days–not uncommon among older farmers, who sometimes only… more »


The Year of the Big Deer?

by David Hart

It’s a good year to be a taxidermist. Just ask Harry Whitehead. A taxidermist in Nicholasville, Kentucky, for 30 years,… more »


Recipe: Carolina Gold Wild Hog Sandwich

by David Draper

There are two subjects sure to start a fistfight in hunting camps across the Southeast—football and barbecue. I’ll leave the… more »


How to Manage Game Meat in Your Freezer

by Steven Rinella

Responsible hunters should manage the contents of their freezers at least as carefully as they manage the contents of their gun… more »


Father’s Day Gifts for the Gear Savvy Hunter

by PH Online Editors

One look at dad’s accumulation of hunting gear and you’re likely to think he’s part owner of Cabela’s. While you… more »


Africa: Why Would Anyone Hunt There?

by Dwight Van Brunt

I don’t know where your journey began. Not exactly, anyway. It could have been while you were still at your… more »


When Should Hunters Shoot Does?

by Jeff Johnston

Recently, I’ve heard several well-intended friends proclaim I should take a bunch of does off my hunting property. Weird thing… more »


Recipe: Venison Jalapeño Country Sausage

by David Draper

Making savory venison sausage isn’t difficult. And while some might think the process of making sausage is time consuming and… more »


The Lost Art of Wild Game Sausage

by David Draper

Tubed meat gets a bad rap. Consider the much-maligned hot dog and its vile reputation as the endgame for pig… more »