If confirmed, the giant bluefin will shatter the previous state record by 68 pounds
Before his 16th birthday, Brandon Fien got a cover shot for Wildfowl magazine. Now, barely out of high school, he’s working full time as a wildlife photographer and hunting guide
New research for smallies in streams and rivers could be an invaluable aid in improving fisheries
After a record deer season, new deer and turkey hunting regulations kick in this fall
The 12-foot-long alligator taken near Charleston had five dog tags in its stomach
While shed hunting this spring, Brandon Mann discovered locked-up dead-head bucks that told of a battle to the death
Turns out, deer like meat too. Need proof? Here is a roundup of man-eating deer, goose-eating elk, and four other carnivorous cervids
Whether you train your own dog or call upon one for help, a blood-tracking canine could save your deer season
Customers continue to purchase new vessels before they come off the production line leading to record-breaking boat sales
As Remington’s new owners look to resume production, here's what our shotguns editor would like to see
Plan ahead with safety and self-defense products for different scenarios
Why we love the older "humpback" shotgun so much—and why you should get one
Whether you’re new to fishing, or just looking for lures to add to your tackle box, these five baits will catch just about any fish in any kind of water
The first of a four-part series on becoming a better practical marksman
The Keystone State's deer harvest continues to rise. Increased hunter participation due to COVID-19 is seen as a contributing factor
Add these seven not-so-traditional flies to your box this season to catch more trout—and have more fun while having fun doing so
How nasty? We're talking fish with teeth that can tear flesh. Fish so strong, they destroy tackle. These are the meanest fish that swim.
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