• Brow Tines and Backstrap

    Whitetails make the hunting world go round. Josh Honeycutt, deer hunting editor and "Brow Tines and Backstrap" blogger, knows a fair bit about killing mature deer. He was raised up hunting the river bottoms of Kentucky. And he still hunts there—among other places—to this day.

    Follow along as he shares his adventures, experiences and knowledge of the white-tailed deer.

  • Guns and Camo

    Guns and Camo. From the basic to the advanced, we will cover the world of firearms (and maybe the occasional slingshot and air rifle) in a manner that puts hunting and in-the-field practicality first. Editorial in the name of powder, steel, and ammo. Heck yeah.

  • The Duck Blog

    Realtree waterfowl editor Brian Lovett has been an obsessive duck and goose hunter for more than 30 years, chasing his passion on the Dakota prairies and the marshes and open water of his home state of Wisconsin. He's been a writer and editor in the outdoors industry since 1991.

  • The Realblog with Stephanie Mallory

    Stephanie Mallory is a mom, a hunter and Realtree’s PR Coordinator. She’s here to deliver an insider’s look at the outdoor business and give her opinion on all things outdoors—whether you asked for it or not.

  • Timber 2 Table Wild Game Recipes

    There’s work to do after the trigger is pulled, but the cleaning and the cooking can be fun as the hunt itself. Timber 2 Table is where Realtree’s experts will teach you to skin a squirrel in 1 minute, cape a buck for the wall, grill a delectable wild turkey popper and so much more.

  • Turkey Blog with Steve Hickoff

    Steve Hickoff is's editorial director and turkey hunting editor. He’s been beaten by more birds than he can remember. Still he kills enough to eat well, and fool with beards, spurs and fans until the next season. Pennsylvania born and raised, Maine is his home base now. A full-time outdoor communicator with a couple university writing degrees, he chases spring gobblers and fall flocks around the country.


Delta Waterfowl Video: Why More Wetlands Mean More Ducks

John Devney, senior vice president of Delta Waterfowl , explains why multiple small wetlands will produce more ducks than one large wetland. Click here for more Realtree waterfowl hunting content. And check us out on Facebook .

2020 New England Turkey Hunting Forecast

The New England states offer a range of turkey hunting opportunities. Seasons here start later than in the rest of the country – early May is the sweet spot for Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine – and they last longer. Maine’s last legal day this spring, for instance, is June...

Coyote Attacks 5-Year-Old Girl

A 5-year-old girl was rushed to the hospital after being attacked by a coyote while at Dublin Hills Regional Park in California last week. According to SF Gate , the girl was bitten by the animal around 2 p.m. on Wednesday, and was transported to UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland...

Yellowstone Bison Culled to Reduce Disease

Yellowstone National Park has completed its bison population-control efforts for the year by rounding up almost 550 of the wild animals and sending most to slaughter. In addition, Native American tribal hunters have killed 270 bison as they migrated outside the park to graze at lower elevations in Montana. According...

Self-Sufficiency Skills in the Modern World

For most of us, recent events have been a bit of an eye opener. Things like travel restrictions, empty grocery shelves and closed restaurants really make you think about the food supply you keep on hand. While I’m not too worried because American farmers will keep us fed, and truck...

Duck Decoy Fix: 4 Diver-Rig Switchouts

Editor's note: This blog originally appeared Nov. 12, 2016, on On the surface, decoy rigs for diving ducks can be simple: Throw out as many highly visible blocks as you can safely carry in your boat or lug to shoreline spots. But nothing is that easy. And actually, rigging...

Onion-Gravy Smothered Fried Turkey

Every turkey hunter knows that you can’t go wrong with golden-fried wild turkey breast. Even better is fried wild turkey smothered in this onion gravy. It’s quick and easy and can be made in one pan, preferably a Lodge or other cast-iron skillet for the crispiest of crusts.

9 Things to Know About Deer Hunting in 2020

Turkey season is open for some and around the corner for others. But for the diehard deer hunter, fall can’t get here soon enough. Before it does, study up on these nine things that could influence your season, courtesy of the Quality Deer Management Association’s 2020 Whitetail Report . A...

Delta Waterfowl Video: What Really Drives Duck Numbers?

Like most waterfowl hunters , you've probably wondered why duck numbers seem to fluctuate from year to year. In this video, Dr. Frank Rohwer, president and chief scientist at Delta Waterfowl , explains why events on the breeding grounds really drive annual duck populations. Click here for more Realtree waterfowl...

Watch This Grizzly Bear Emerge From Hibernation

Not many people will ever see a grizzly bear emerge from hibernation, but a ranger working at a grizzly refuge center in the Canadian Rockies managed to capture the moment on video. She posted the footage on Twitter, and it has since gone viral. The large grizzly bear, nicknamed Boo,...

3 Pepper Goose Leg Enchiladas

When it comes to wild game, geese don't have a great reputation. Goose legs in particular often get relegated to the scrap pile. Too bad. While they have some connective tissue, a long, slow cook will break them down into tender, delicious meat. This recipe slow cooks the goose leg...

Mountain Lion That Attacked Deputy Tests Positive for Rabies

Earlier this week, I wrote about a mountain lion that attacked a Colorado deputy and civilian . Both escaped with minor injuries, but now they must undergo additional treatment because the mountain lion tested positive for rabies. According to , both bite victims have been notified and the Larimer...