How To Survive: Falling Into Frozen Water

How To Survive: Falling Into Frozen Water

Here are three ways to survive falling into frozen waters from Les Stroud of Discovery Channel’s "Survivorman."

Holiday Gift Guide: 10 Hunting Must-Haves

Holiday Gift Guide: 10 Hunting Must-Haves

Selected by the team of experts at North American Hunting Club, this essential gear will ensure that you—or the hunter in your life—will dominate Mother Nature in 2015.

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

The ultimate search-and-sort football recruiting database is here! Get stats, video highlights, combine results, ratings, rankings, news, analysis and more—all easily searchable and sortable on desktop and mobile.

The Long Journey To A Big Kansas Buck

The Long Journey To A Big Kansas Buck

Growing Deer-TV's pro-staff team of Heath and Lindsey hit the road in search of big bucks in Kansas and Iowa. Their patience and perseverance pays off when Heath arrows a nice, big buck in Kansas Stay tuned to the end....Grant and Adam get a surprise on the way to their stand on a recent hunt.

Want Warm Hands? Use A Muff!

Want Warm Hands? Use A Muff!

Gun hunters and bowhunters alike know keeping your hands warm is paramount to making a good shot in cold weather. You can use gloves or mittens but they’ll get in the way. Using the right hand muff will keep your hands toasty and ready when the time comes to take a shot.

4th Quarter Bucks

4th Quarter Bucks

As a whitetail hunter, there are many compelling reasons to hang up your camo in the late season, right?

It's The Nose That Knows

It's The Nose That Knows

A hunting dog's most prized trait is its great olfactory ability, and the good sense to use it wise

Keep Warm with Melissa

Keep Warm with Melissa

Melissa Bachman from Winchester's Deadly Passion explains a few simple steps you can take to stay warm while hunting in frigid late-season temperatures.

Quick Tips For Scouting Bobcats

Quick Tips For Scouting Bobcats

A clump of turkey feathers and bobcat tracks at the edge of a farm field are telltale signs that you’re in a good spot.

You call the shots: Whitetail Deer

You call the shots: Whitetail Deer

Mark Kayser and Luke Hartle debate about taking a shot on a late-season South Dakota whitetail. Plus, Laura Schara hosts the Field Test segment.

Late-Season Scouting, Is It Worth It?

Late-Season Scouting, Is It Worth It?

Josh Dahlke offers a tip for how deer hunters can use trail cameras in the late season to monitor deer herds.

Set And Ready For A Quick Accurate Shot

Set And Ready For A Quick Accurate Shot

Shooting free-hand can be effective but at longer ranges it gets difficult to make an accurate shot. Using shooting sticks will improve your shot but practice is certainly necessary. Here are some great tips for making a quick accurate shot in the field.

Against The Odds

Against The Odds

Fred Metzler of Brighton, Michigan, won the Great Moose Hunt of North America sweepstakes. On the same day he received the winning notice, he was told by his doctor that he had lost vision in his right eye. See how Fred persevered against the odds and killed a bull moose in Newfoundland.

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