North America

  • Greenhead Greats: Top 5 Hunting States for Mallards

    Hardcore duck hunters always seek the best locations, especially when it comes to mallards . Often, they debate the merits of one region or state versus another. Arguments are fun, but what do the numbers say? We recently perused mallard harvest data in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Migratory...

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    6 Tips to Keep You Thinking About Ducks in the Off-Season

    Duck hunting might be on hold until fall, but there’s plenty you should be doing to get things shaped up for when the season rolls around again, according to Realtree pro-staffer Chad Belding, host of The Fowl Life on The Outdoor Channel. “As a duck hunter, our main goal should...

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Tools of the Game Processing Trade

People like to eat deer. It's a very popular wild game animal with a lot of nutritious value. Plus, it tastes great, too. But to bring it from the timber to the table , you’ll need a few tools, things I call "tools of the game processing trade." Here are...


Giant Boone and Crockett Non-Typical Deer Hit by Car

It happens just about every year sometime in late summer. Someone hits a giant deer with their vehicle and the whole deer hunting social media world blows up. This year, it just happened to take place in Kentucky. The Ft. Campbell Fish and Wildlife Facebook page made an announcement earlier...


Women and Hunting

For women and most men too, there's an overwhelming rush and feeling that comes on strong after killing an animal. Both sexes will benefit from these words. My father James was an excellent teacher when it came to all things outdoors. He loved hunting and wanted to share his passion...


Video: Have You Ever Seen a Sage Grouse Strut?

Bird hunters and gun-dog people like us target such better-known species as pheasants, ruffed grouse, woodcock and various quail, including the iconic "Gentleman Bob," the emblematic wingshooting bird of southern plantations. Wild bobwhite are making a comeback in some areas though, and the desert Southwest has those other cool quail,...


Retired Game Warden Larry Case Blogs on Big Guns for Bad Bears

In 1978 Cynthia Dusel-Bacon was severely mauled by a black bear in the Yukon wilderness of Alaska. Cynthia lost both arms as a result of the attack but went on to recover; she did not have a firearm with her when the attack occurred. Like it or not the possibility...


Duck and Goose Decoy Clinic: Keeping Blocks in Top Shape

The calendar brings a stark realization: Teal and many early goose seasons are only about five weeks away. If you haven’t thought about it already, you’d better get those decoys ready to go. Here’s a quick look at how top waterfowling professionals keep their blocks in good working order during...


Video: Turkey Hunting Grand Slam with Special Meaning

Realtree pro staffer Anthony Virga 's completion of his turkey hunting Grand Slam was unlike many others. He did it for a close friend, his late buddy Joey. Watch the video here and comment below. Bonus Photo Blog : Turkey Hunting Grand Slam for a Friend Go here for more...


Traditions Performance Firearms Announces "GO HUNT GIVEAWAY"

Want to win free stuff? How about a cool muzzleloader? Might be worth entering this contest . . . Realtree partner Traditions is participating in the GO HUNT GIVEAWAY worth nearly $4,000. This prize package includes a Traditions Vortek StrikerFire muzzleloader . The Traditions Vortek StrikerFire will be among the...


Kicking Bear Youth Camps Introduce Kids to Christ and the Outdoors

I’ve always said I don’t know who or where I’d be if it weren’t for the outdoors. It’s had that big of an impact on my life. And I know I’m not the only one. There are millions of people around the world who have been changed, at least in...


6 Types of Maps and How They Help Deer Hunters

I’ve always been a huge proponent of using low-impact scouting methods before implementing in-the-field scouting tactics. The digital age we live in puts numerous tools at our disposal that can help us make wiser decisions when selecting, managing and hunting a given property. If you want me to be frank,...


10 Important Takeaways from the 2017 QDMA Convention

If you travel enough, there are certain things you learn to expect when flying with commercial airliners. Rude people. Lost luggage. Terrible aromas. But getting peed on by an overhead bin? That's not one of them. I guess there's a first for that, too. Because it happened on the return...


The Fight Against Feral Hogs Rages On

Hogs. They’re a huge problem not only for agriculture but also for deer and deer hunting, too. I recently attended the 2017 Quality Deer Management Association Convention where I sat in on a seminar. During that talk, Dr. Glen Gentry with LSU and the Bob R Jones Idlewild Research Station...


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