Winchester celebrates the National Wild Turkey Federation’s 50th anniversary with the release of special commemorative ammunition. Choose your gauge and shell length, each featuring unique Original Bottomland camouflage packaging. This 12-gauge, 3", No.5 shot features NWTF, Winchester and Mossy Oak logos, along with a unique design to commemorate this milestone anniversary. An exclusive green hull and nickel-plated head provide an enhanced contrast between shotshell components providing added reliability when reloading.
The Easton Sonic 6.0 Match Grade Arrow is the premier choice for bowhunters who demand pinpoint precision for the perfect shot. Last year, the Sonic 6.0 received a brand-new shaft platform in the East made-in-USA lineup. This ensures a no-play fit for a multitude of bowhunting setups, and locks in accuracy over long distances thanks to aluminum inserts that make them stronger and more stable than ever before.
Kayaking and canoeing are some of my absolute favorite outdoor activities. Spending a day out on the water with a good group of friends is a blast, and it’s a good way to stay active while keeping cool in the upcoming warm months. I started kayaking and canoeing during my time in the Boys Scouts, and now I try to get out on the water every chance I have. I recently planned a bachelor party camping trip where we spent an entire day on the James River, and the experience gave me the chance to introduce people to the fun of kayaking and canoeing. The whole trip inspired me to share my passion and get other people to try it out too.
Moultrie breaks new ground in feeding and land management with the launch of their new Ranch Series Feeders. These feeders are very durable, and offer hunters, farmers, and ranchers great flexibility when making sure animals receive the proper nutrition amounts at the right time. All of these feeders and kits offer high quality and versatile feeding options for all kinds of animals, making it easier to give them the food they need when they need it.
In iSportsman’s Master the Call Series, we’ll take a look at different calls of the wild turkey and discuss what the call is good for, when to use it and share with you from the web a good example of what it sounds like and how it to make the call. Today, we'll be explaining what the yelp call is, why it's used, and how to effectively use it to snag your next turkey.
Remington Ammunition, one of the best in American built projectiles, announces their brand new 2023 product lineup of ammo. From the Core-Lokot bullets to new leading handgun loads and more, Remington Ammunition has you covered this hunting season.
Bushnell, one of the leading figures in performance optics, launches the new Match Pro ED 15x56mm Binocular. One of the best hunting binoculars, this optic is designed for long-range precision hunters, helping them with spotting, ranging, target sizing, and shot correction. Every Match Pro ED Binocular features a fully multi-coated extra low dispersion prime objective lenses, and BAK-4 Abbe-Koenig roof prisms with PC3 dielectric phase coatings to ensure 92% light transmissions. In addition, these binoculars are perfect for any weather condition with the inclusion of Bushnell’s EXO-Barrier, allowing for high resolution regardless of the elements.
Turkey hunting has many challenges but one that is often overlooked is proper target acquisition. That problem can be resolved by choosing the right turkey gun sights.
Unlike other sporting birds that are shot while flying, turkeys are taken most often as they feed on the forest floor. The favored target is the brain and neck vertebrae as the turkey sticks its head up to investigate their surroundings. However, getting a proper sight picture on a target that bobs and weaves like an arcade whack-a-mole game can be almost impossible.
How to find big crappie seems to be a well kept secret. In reality it is imperative to know their preferred habitat for the season. It’s worth saying a hundred times: ninety percent of the fish are going to be found in ten percent of the water.
Springtime; the weather is getting warmer, the birds are out, and for most outdoorsmen, you are back inside daydreaming of next fall. Some may see springtime as the time of year to hang up your hunting boots and practice your range shooting. However, that is not totally necessary. While springtime hunting takes some thinking outside of the buck, we’ve compiled five springtime hunting opportunities for you to pursue this “offseason.”