Featured by Rick Bass
365 Days at Deer Camp
The whitetail season might be over, but the memories from the time spent at camp and in the field are still fresh. Here, the author reflects on the collective year...
F&S Classics: Lions of Winter
On his walk back from an elk hunt, the author encounters a haunting sign left on the trail
Hills to Die On: Elk Hunting Montana’s Durfee Hills
These hunting grounds are not easy to access, but once you're there, you'll enjoy some of the greatest public-land elk hunting in the country
What’s Next for the West After a Summer of Fire
When the fire is coming through the meadow, rushing on the wind, and you’re fighting it with your thin little … Continued
Why the Grizzly Bear’s Future Depends on Public Land
I hunt among grizzly bears. I hike in the forest and on the windy ridges. I see their scat, their … Continued
The Old Ones
As the author struggles with the unexpected death of his cousin—his hunting buddy—he searches for ways to preserve his cousin’s legacy at deer camp
The Art of Stalking Elk on Public Land
The rewards and thrill of chasing elk on public land are unmatchable.
The author unexpectedly draws a mountain goat tag—and almost dies trying to fill it
Twelve Stages of Being a Deer Hunter
The author reflects on his past whitetail season—the stalks, the shots, and every other memorable stage in the pursuit of deer.
Russell Chatham: A Landscape Artist with a Hunter’s Eye
Photo by: Tim Porter He’s big, and while I didn’t have directions, I didn’t think it would be possible to … Continued