Conservation News Alert! Pacific Ocean crab populations are struggling to the point that commercial fisheries are being impacted. What is the cause of these continued closures? Brad Trumbo exposes some theories as to why the closures are happening.Read more
Avian influenza, like most viruses, comes and goes in severity and transmissible with any given variant, but the U.S. is currently facing a record number of outbreaks. Meanwhile, the virus is spreading in France, the United Kingdom, and Korea.Read more
Our Fall/Winter issue is here! This issue has nearly 60 pages of real adventures, done by real people, harvesting real food. It has five delicious recipes, several hunting stories, a great photo essay, and so much more! You don’t want to miss it.Read more
This is the perfect kit for all your wild food needs. We created this spice kit for travel. It is perfect for the backpack, boat, car, tent, and camper. What a perfect gift or a way to sample all of our spice blends!Read more
Black Friday Starts Now! Get 30 percent off site-wide on select items. Check out our bargains on spice blends, cookbooks, hats, shirts, mugs and so much more!Read more
On November 18th, the Washington State Game Commission (Commission) voted 5 to 4 to stop a limited draw spring black bear hunt. A move contradictory to recommendations from the Washington public and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) biologists.
The Washington spring bear hunt has been around for over 20 years and the bear population has remained sustainable at over 20,0001. Statistics suggest that approximately 25 percent of spring tag holders are successful, and the spring hunt accounts for less than 10 percent of the total annual black bear harvest, which averages around 1,600 bears statewide2.
Our 2023 pig hunting camps are live! Reserve your spot now and save with the early bird pricing now through Christmas. Come join us in Texas to learn to shoot, hunt, butcher, and cook wild pigs.Read more
It’s hard to believe the statics, but monitoring has proven that over 3 billion migratory birds (25 percent) have vanished since 1970. Presently, 70 species teeter on the brink of population collapse, having lost 50 percent or more of their breeding populations in the past 50 years. These species are not yet listed under the Endangered Species Act, but may soon be candidates to join the other 89 species that have been listed as Threatened or Endangered.Read more
Breaking News! We just released arguably the best waterfowl blend in North America. This unique blend of hand ground spices (14 in all!) is best for the birds that come home from the blind with you.Read more
Research has revealed that over 1 billion crabs have mysteriously vanished from US waters. This news motivated the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to close the season this year.Read more