The saltwater angling community is doing victory laps after finally gaining some parity with its commercial competition in federal management circles. It’s a well-deserved celebration after a long, uphill battle. But now it’s time to take on the real threat to its future, a challenge that will ma……
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This time each year renewed interest in foraging pops up like a mushroom in the woods. In fact, the morel is probably responsible for all that chatter about finding your own food, as April generally marks the start of the season across much of the country. It&rsquo….
Last year I had the privilege of tagging along with F&S editor Nate Matthews on a photo shoot just outside New York City, camping at an abandoned airport in Brooklyn and taking photos of what has to be the craziest (in a good way) bunch of kayak anglers I’ve ever met. The shoot covered the
If you’re looking for a good read on fly fishing that comes in short, palatable bites (a format I fancy most), go ahead and download Chris Santella’s new e-book titled “The Tug is the Drug: 30 Fly Fishing Essays from The New York Times and ….
Like a lot of game meats, wild turkey gets a bad rap for being difficult to cook. Much of this negative reputation comes from the tendency of hunters to overcook their meat, but I’ll admit cooking any wild bird does come with a challenge. Wild turkey meat has a tendency to dry out quickly when subjected to high heat due to the limited amount of fa…..
Generally speaking, today’s rifles are much more accurate than yesterday’s, which leads people to think that the old guns can’t shoot. Many can’t, for sure. But some can. I have a Savage 99 in .300 Savage that shoots just over a minute of angle and a Remington Model 141 in .35 Rem. that shoots just under. I got lucky w…..