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    It may not be the prettiest rifle you’ve ever seen, but you don’t need to look good to perform good

    The rifle I’m covering in this week’s column is purely a target gun, and though its provenance isn’t a hundred percent certain, it seems to be a Jarrett rifle. South…
  • pelican vault gun case

    Some Customs officials are kind and helpful; others are completely nuts. Be ready for both

    Having read Phil Bourjaily’s post of April 9th on traveling with guns, I feel compelled to put in my oar, as the British used to say, specifically on Customs, U.S.,…
  • Love it or hate it, the Creedmoor is riding a wave of popularity that’s unprecedented in the history of metallic cartridges.

    Love it or hate it, the 6.5 Creedmoor is riding a wave of popularity that’s unprecedented in the history of metallic cartridges. When Hornady introduced it in 2007, the…
  • boston marathon finish line 2017

    Saluting one Marine’s dedication to fallen comrades

    Saluting a marine’s dedication to fallen heroes…
  • Browning Dark Ops APEX

    Enhanced functionality, wireless connectivity, and improved image quality are just a few reasons why these units are some of the finest ever produced

    Cameras have become more than scouting tools—the act of placing the cameras, checking cards, and repositioning units to get the most info possible before any hunting…
  • hunter kneeling beside a whitetail deer

    Davey Stuckey watched a huge non-typical deer jump from 150 to almost 230 inches in two years. Last archery season, he finally got a chance to take the giant buck

    Ohio bowhunter Davey Stuckey watched a non-typical buck grow to almost 230 inches in two years. During the 2018 archery season, he took the massive buck.
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    A box of shells doesn’t have to have a picture of a turkey on it to kill turkeys

    Reader JD asks: “My 65-year-old arthritic mother who is a cancer survivor wants to go turkey hunting, and I want to help her as she got me into the outdoors as a youth.
  • 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…

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  • 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.
  • older man kneeling behind a bruin bear

    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,…
  • Corned wild turkey breast

    Served with a side of charred cabbage, this riff on a classic spring dish is a gobbler game-changer

    The turkey prepared for this recipe technically isn't "corned," or preserved, but put through a three-day steep in a pickling spice and the infused brine give it an…

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From the Editors

  • Bourjaily is Field & Stream’s shotguns expert. He’s a big fan of sleeping in and shooting turkeys between 9 a.m. and noon.
  • t. edward nickens
    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.
  • will brantley
    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.
  • bill heavey
    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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  • man holding up brown trout in a river

    Turn on stubborn trout, bass, muskies, and walleyes with these go-to fly patterns that always come through at crunch time.

    Today we’re here to showcase a clutch of special-situation flies—tactical offerings, you might call them. They can save the day whether you fish warm water or cold, or…
  • new turkey hunting gear

    We pick the top new shotguns, turkey hunting calls, decoys, and more for this spring's gobbler season

    The editors of field and stream select their favorite new gear for 2019's turkey hunting season.
  • prairie pothole from the aerial view

    Hunters and anglers only have a few days to comment on changes to this consequential rule for conservation

    Speak out now for clean water, ducks, and fish, and maybe even the future of your nation. Hunters and fishermen have until April 15 to comment on the changes to the…
  • remington rand 1911 handgun

    A reader shares his vintage handgun—and asks for some help in narrowing down its history

    Some submissions to Blast From the Past come from people who would like to know more about their guns. Today’s Remington Rand 1911 is one such gun. The gun’s owner wants…