In this vintage humor column, the author tasks himself with defining the fishing jargon that anglers still use today
The attraction of the Canadian North is so strong, it's impossible to escape its pull
Getting in touch with one's primal yearning is the true measure of an angler
An American angler's quest to find out if Cuba really is the bass fishing capital of the world
No fish stands for American values like the adaptable, enthusiastic, and democratic panfish
When you travel 6,500 miles to catch a maniacal fish in an unforgiving land, you have to be ready to play dirty
McBackstrap sandwiches, tuxedos with hand-warmer pockets, and other signs that deer bums are calling the shots
A winter bowhunting adventure for a Pope and Young mountain lion comes down to the wire
In this vintage adventure story, our legendary shooting editor travels to Spain to chase trophy ibex
R. Wayne Bailey has been hunting and studying wild turkeys for 60-plus years, and he is the deadliest thing in the spring woods.
Want more of the Great Outdoors?
Sign up for the Field & Stream newsletter and get the latest intelligence straight to your inbox.