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    It’s hard to beat foraging for morels in the spring turkey woods, but there’s so much more out there to eat. These 20 wild berries, nuts, and weeds will help you stock the pantry all year long

    With spring here and summer around the corner, there are many wild foods to forage. Author and forager, Russ Cohen shares a list of his favorites, and what to do with…
  • fisherman holding up a giant walleeye

    Once the ice melts, trophy walleyes are ready to spawn and ready to eat. Here are some expert tips to help you land the biggest walleye of your life

    As the snow melts and lakes thaw, walleye fishermen break free from their cabin fever and race to the water to begin hunting for trophy spring walleyes. Regardless of…
  • morel mushrooms on the ground

    Next to a punched turkey tag, there’s not a more satisfying spring bounty than a boatload of morels. But if you’re struggling to find the mushroom mother lode, chances are you’re making one of these common, yet easy-to-correct, foraging mistakes.

    Now that morels are popping up in woods across the country, don’t make any of these common mistakes that can keep you from finding the mother lode of wild mushrooms.
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    Four hunters ply Southwest Idaho's lakes and rivers for common carp, an invasive species, and use the fish as bait during the spring black bear hunting season

    Four hunters bowfish for carp on Southern Idaho's rivers and lakes, freeze the harvested fish, and later use them as bait during the state's spring bear hunting season,…

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  • Bourjaily is Field & Stream’s shotguns expert. He’s a big fan of sleeping in and shooting turkeys between 9 a.m. and noon.
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    Nickens is the resident Total Outdoorsman for F&S. He does it all: hunt, fish, camp, paddle, and survive. He cooks a mean biscuit, too.
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    Brantley is Field & Stream’s Hunting editor. He’s hunted all over North America for just about everything. Also, he can skin a squirrel faster than you.
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    Heavey is the writer of Field & Stream’s popular backpage column, A Sportsman’s Life. He loves to deer hunt, hoard gear, and irritate David E. Petzal.

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