Legendary taxidermist Cally Morris joins the AO team as he and his wife Annetta take on the blistering cold of the mountains in British Columbia, to track down a giant mountain goat.
Turkey season opens in many parts of the country this weekend. Steve Grawe introduces his young nephew Mark to turkey season.
You got off a great shot and your trophy took off out of sight – now what? The original American Outdoorsman, Fred Ramsay, gives you great advice on picking up the trail of a wounded buck insuring a proper recovery..
The manufacture and use of the Redfield Revolution rifle scope. Part 1 of 3. Part 2 covers the bulk of the factory production of the scope.
Mark Tobin gives you three little words that will help bring down more birds.
Lee Clark has you covered in this series on preparing for the whitetail season. Get your maps out and start locating where those whitetail will be come opening day.
So you wanna catch the big one? We’ll tell you how. First, you need to know the perfect bait.
Mark Tobin shares a wealth of knowledge on springtime crappie fishing in this American Outdoorsman episode from the Classics Vault. Part 3 of 3 at Clinton Lake in Kansas.
Join AO special guest Hugh Coates, in Alberta, Canada, as he looks to harvest one of the most ferocious carnivores to walk the earth, the black bear.
Professional photographer Scott Hepler of http://www.heplerphoto.com took this breathtaking footage on a recent assignment for The American Outdoorsman in Alaska.