We join American Outdoorsman Pro Staffer Gary McMullin, as he takes part in his first ever late season hunt with the majestic bull elk. Gary battles with mother nature high up in the Rocky Mountains and takes on the 20 below negative temperatures along with a snow fall that seems eternal in Chama, New Mexico.
by Bob Jensen | Through the years, I’ve been to a lot of places where people gather. It might be a sports show or a boat show or a home show or a restaurant, or just hanging out with friends: Wherever. The conversation often goes to fishing, and, often, a non-fisherman in the group says […]
by Bob Jensen It’s late winter. Lots of anglers are thinking of the upcoming open water fishing season. Many of those anglers are starting to plan a fishing trip or two that will take place this spring or summer or fall. Following are some ideas that may be helpful in planning a fishing trip. Some […]
by Bob Jensen | Some Midwest anglers have found open water to fish in, but most of us are still on the ice. For many anglers, that first open water fishing trip is still a few weeks or maybe even a couple of months away. It’s hard to predict ice-out because we never know what […]
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..