A Florida community, lead by an oyster expert, works to stabilize the shoreline of Mosquito Lagoon, improve fish habitat, increase shellfish populations and preserve a landmark. For more information visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/hero-for-a-day
Will Brantley, F&S's Mid-South rut reporter, takes a look at one of the rubs he finds on a cedar tree. He explains what to look for in a rub to estimate the size of the deer. This rub is pretty high up, suggesting a good-sized buck with a tall rack.
"Hooks Shots" host Joe Cermele braves the February chill in Upstate New York to fish for winter steelhead on the Salmon River. Watch as he becomes one of the "chosen frozen." And learn how to pick the right gloves to keep your hands warm and dry.
Joe Matter and the New Jersey Quail Project teamed with local Boy Scouts and Garden State hunter-volunteers to restore a WMA back to a quail-friendly savanna grassland. For more information visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/hero-for-a-day
The Mississippi Delta in Louisiana is considered a paradise for anglers seeking bull red drum. Join Joe Cermele as he goes after these fish using bait and artificial lures. And learn how to make a classic southern dish, Redfish on the Half Shell.
Clair Harris shows Eddie Nickens, Field and Streams Editor at Large, how the 20 year drought in Arizona has impacted the wildlife and the project he has created to help them. For more information visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/heroes
Join Field & Stream's Joe Cermele on the Delaware River in Central New Jersey for the annual spring run of American shad a.k.a. "Poor Man's Salmon." Watch as some of these fish fall to flutter spoons held at different depths behind an anchored boat.
While a trail gun can be defined as many things, it boils down to a gun that you would like to use to shoot at any and everything. Phil Bourjaily's favorite uses .22 ammo. Visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/gun-nut to learn more.
In this episode of The Gun Nuts, we take a look at the different types of handguns that can be used for hunting, especially the one Phil Bourjaily used to take his first whitetail. Visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/gun-nut to learn more.
In this episode of The Gun Nuts, Phil Bourjaily takes a closer look at the Beretta A400 Xplor. And he also shares a tip for improving your accuracy for hunting upland birds. Visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/gun-nut to learn more.
Steve Chafins Grand Slam Adventure consisted of elk and blue grouse hunting and trout fishing at the Lodge and Ranch at Chama, New Mexico. Hear Chafin talk about why he decided to choose this location and the gear he will be using for this hunt.
The next gun on Field and Stream's 50 Best Guns Ever Made list is the Mossberg 500. Phil Bourjaily shows how this gun can be modified for different types of shooting with a few simple tools. Visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/gun-nut for more.
High-speed photography now offers a new way to measure shot string. The Gun Nut's Phil Bourjaily talks about some myths surrounding shot string and how it applies in the real world. Visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/gun-nut to learn more.
Phil Bourjaily gets an opportunity to hunt with a classic American Parker shotgun. This gun is 101 years old and still works, showing why Parker shotguns were nicknamed "Old Reliable." Visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/gun-nut for more.
The Gun Nuts takes a look at the punt gun, one of the biggest, baddest guns ever used to hunt waterfowls. These massive guns can take out a large number of birds in one shot. Visit http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/gun-nut to learn more.