The Real Tiger Needs to be Watched Over and Protected

  Yes, this is Sportsman’s Life; however, we are not speaking about Tiger Woods. Even if he did regain the Number 1 spot in golf last week, we’re focusing on the Tiger – the animal that is more majestic than even ‘Woods’ could ever claim to be. The tiger is by far the largest of […]

Wood Duck Comeback and Conservation

  The multi-colored iridescent plumage, the red eyes, the white flash of color down the neck – these traits encompass the male Wood Duck. The white eye-ring, the white throat – this alerts one and all that the female has arrived. Those familiar calls of “geeeeee,” “do-weep do-weep,” and that call of alarm – “cr-r-ek, […]

Best Rifles for Hunting

  Someone recently was speaking about the ‘best of the best’ when it came to rifles. In fact, they described the rifle as ‘the finest ever made.’ This weapon is one made for celebrities, monarchs and wealthy enthusiasts who have each put out over eight-hundred-thousand dollars so they could claim one for their very own. […]

Bad Legisative Bills for Utah

    As expected, the Utah legislature has just passed two bills that strengthen Utah’s attempts to seize control of federal public lands in Utah. Both bills have been sent to Governor Gary Herbert’s office for his signature. The Utah legislature is demanding title to public lands such as the Grand Staircase- Escalante National Monument.  […]

Bird Watching: Wood Stork

The Wood Stork (Mycteria americana) is a large American wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. It was formerly called the “Wood Ibis”, though it is not really an ibis.               The adult is a large bird which stands 83–115 cm (33–45 in) tall and spans 140–180 cm (58–71 […]

Amazing Combination of Beauty and Power in the Wild

  We speak of animals, mammals, reptiles – the thrill of the hunt – but it is always the ‘real’ hunter who owns the knowledge that creatures should be revered. And they show this nugget of wisdom from when the hunt begins, all the way to when it ends. Although there are many ‘wars’ and […]

Strict Laws Needed to Deal with Poaching of Rhinos

  Just recently in the State of New Mexico, the Fish and Game Department announced that they would be getting extremely tough on poachers; hunters who are taking antlers as trophies, yet leaving carcasses behind to rot. In fact, they are only one of many states that are throwing their weight behind legislation happening in […]

A Pro’s Packing List: Paul Butski

JJ Reich – Have you ever wondered what professional hunters use in the spring turkey woods? We interviewed a turkey pro (he hunts wild turkeys for a living…) to get a look at the gear, gadgets and other accessories that he loves to pack for any hunt. Check it out, you might just find something […]

Special Hunting Skills of Lab Retrievers

  Man’s best friend hasn’t changed a bit over time. And when it comes to the hunter, this special canine is the one who, more often than not, does all the work while us humans sit back, watch and wait. You gotta give them credit for being as loyal as they are. (The dogs, not […]

Choosing Between Various LED Colors for Predator Hunting

  One of the most talked about issues when it comes to the world of predator hunting is the use of LED lights and which colors are better suited for which hunt. It is the explosion of the green LED light that has people talking about this subject, with truly amazing companies within the industry […]