This week, Cal talks about some culinary (and possibly hallucinatory) party snacks made from the overabundance of cicadas, saying goodbye to a hunting mentor, and bison meat in the Arizona heat.
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Most of the guns that I use for taking game are older than I am, meaning they were produced before 1957. Don’t get me wrong, there are great guns still manufactured with craftsmanship and quality. But the bulk of them, especially the shotguns, are so costly that the average wingshooter, which is what I consider myself to be, cannot justify their purchase.
Old guns that have passed through many hands have a spirit of sorts. They have a story. The...
This article comes from the Bent Fishing Podcast’s “Fish News” segment, where hosts Joe Cermele and Miles Nolte go head-to-head to find and report the most interesting and amusing fishy stories across sources far and wide—from respected scientific journals to trashy tabloids.
A few years ago, our very own Spencer Neuharth dismantled the longstanding myth that fish eggs are sometimes transported on the legs of waterfowl into isolated bodies of...
Synthetic stocks and stainless steel barrels have rightfully earned their spot on contemporary hunting firearms. MeatEater fully supports the rifle revolution, as you can see in our collaboration with Weatherby.
That being said, hunters tend to be a nostalgic bunch. Geriatric shoulder mounts, honey holes that evoke sentimental hope, and historic rifles passed down the family tree for generations are staples within the hunting community. But...