Concealment is key when selecting and brushing a ground blind in the deer woods.

Ground zero – Ground blind basics for deer

Deer hunting seems to be synonymous with tree stands, and for good reason. Perched high in a tree, a hunter can evade the watchful eye of a whitetail just long enough to draw back his bow, or see far enough in the woods to squeeze off a shot with a rifle. But many hunters are finding that due to the method’s popularity, deer are wising up.[…]

A little retrofitting with new hooks on your lures could mean a difference in the number of fish you catch.
Bass Fishing

Hooking it up – How to change hard bait hooks

You buy a bait, remove it from the packaging, tie it to your line and make a cast. Everything should work as expected, right? Yeah, that’s generally how it goes; and as long as you’re selecting reputable products, you should expect reasonable teamwork between the piece that attracts a fish and the piece(s) that make them regret their mistake.[…]

A game warden might have been watching you in the field long before he approaches, so honesty is the best policy.

Dos and don’ts when the warden arrives

The words “game warden” often ring fear into the hearts of many sportsmen, but they don’t need to. Recent discussions with three wildlife agents who have almost 40 years experience in the field resulted in these ideas about how to do the right thing when you’re approached in the woods or on the water.[…]