• Home Butchery: How to Deal with Silverskin, Fascia, Myoglobin, and more!
    Processing game mammals can be quite messy, but there’s no better way to learn about the anatomy of the animals we hunt. Field Staff Writer Heidi Chaya offers a breakdown of some of the stuff you’ll encounter, what it is, and what to do with it.
  • 6 Tips for Recovering Injured Animals
    After losing a bull elk Field Staff Writer AJ Fick waited ten years to hunt, he had to reflect on his experience so he wouldn’t make the same mistakes ever again.
  • Making the Most Out of a Bad Shot
    Bad shots happen. Field Staff Writer Heidi Chaya recounts a story where it happened to her and lets us know what we can do to avoid repeating some of the mistakes she made in the field.
  • New! Snow Goose Hunting Culinary Camp
    Have you ever seen pictures of those giant flocks of snow geese and wanted to hunt them to help reduce numbers? Do you want to enjoy the tasty results of that hunt in the form of fresh wild game going into your freezer? At this camp, we will teach you how to shoot, hunt, butcher, package, and cook snow geese in one extended weekend.  
  • Hunting Eurasian Wild Boar In Germany
    Field Staff Writer JP Yampey walks us through what a typical wild boar hunt is like in Germany, and shows us what some of the trophies from the hunt look like on that side of the world!


  • How to Start Ice Fishing
    Field Staff Writer Brad Trumbo offers this guide for those who want to get out and try ice fishing for the first time, or for those who want to have better ice fishing success!
  • Kokanee Fishing in California
    With summertime winding down, one of Field Staff Writer Tera Stoddard’s favorite things to do is to head out to a cold water lake in California and do some kokanee fishing. In this informative essay, she shares some interesting facts about Californian kokanee, and her family’s favorite recipe for them!
  • Fishing for Trout in Yellowstone
    In this essay, Field Staff Writer A.J. Fick discusses the ongoing war on lake trout in Yellowstone Lake, which he visited with his family on a recent fishing trip and asks the question: what role do invasive species play in their inherited ecosystems and in our hunting/angling culture?
  • Fishing with Baby on Board
    Having a baby in a particularly cold and snowy winter was difficult for Field Staff Writer Cayla Bendel, so when summer fishing season finally showed up, she was determined to get out there and enjoy it!
  • When Worlds Collide
    Field Staff Writer Heidi Chaya writes about those magical moments when worlds collide between the hunter/angler and the prey that they seek.


  • More Wolves for Colorado
    Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has secured a source population of 15 gray wolves from the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation for the ongoing gray wolf reintroduction effort.
  • Outdoor Recreation is Growing… and That’s Good for the Economy
    Did you know that Outdoor Recreation accounts for 2.2% of the national gross domestic product? That’s greater than both agriculture and mining contributions! Field Staff Writer Brad Trumbo fills us in on the growing outdoor recreation economy.
  • The National Parks Service Proposes New Yellowstone Bison Management Alternatives
    Field Staff Writer Brad Trumbo fills us in on a proposal for several new Yellowstone bison management alternatives attempting to balance tourism, tribal rights, and protection from the spread of brucellosis to cattle.
  • Proposed Plan to Re-Introduce Grizzlies to Washington State
    Field Staff Writer Brad Trumbo fills us in on the draft Grizzly Bear Restoration Plan for Washington State released by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Park Service.
  • Texas Attempts to Slow Down Spread of CWD
    Field Staff Writer Brad Trumbo fills us in on an emergency rule enacted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department attempting to slow the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).

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