Sighting in a deer rifle is simple, if you do it right. The preseason “sight in session” is ritual for many hunters. For some, it’s a quick, simple, and inexpensive affair. For others, it can be a lengthy and frustrating process that burns up a lot of expensive ammunition.
If you slip from your treestand, a properly fitted and secured safety harness should prevent you from falling to the ground. But now you’re in something of a fix. Will you be able to rescue yourself from potentially life-threatening suspension trauma?
It’s a timeless question stemming from hunters’ ongoing fascination with whitetail racks. Why do some develop differently than others? Recently Florida Sportsman Member Batemaster posted this photo of a Hendry County buck for fellow Members to analyze.
In the seminar above, Florida Sportsman’s Trey Wheeler met up with the staff at All American Gator Products in Ft. Pierce, FL to learn how to properly skin and clean a Florida ‘gator.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s 2013 Python Challenge™ invites the public to register for and compete in a month-long harvest of Burmese pythons.