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Gabby Zaldumbide mentors her friend at the range
Gender and the Outdoors: Hunters Benefit from Diverse Mentorship

By Casey Pelzl, Cindy Stites, Gabby Zaldumbide, Liz Lynch, Mahting Putelis, Paul McCarney “Diverse” is more than just a description of…

A black bear paw.
Hunt To Eat Supports Black Bear Hunting in California

At Hunt To Eat, we were pleased to hear the news that Senator Scott Wiener…

A polar bear walks through the wilderness.
Hunting for Effective Post-COVID Wildlife Policies

Conservation groups must continue to push for wildlife habitat and climate change solutions By Garrett Boudinot, Paul…

A herd of cow elk rest in a snowy meadow.
Call It In: Hunters Don’t Tolerate Poachers

When I was a kid, I spent time hiking in the woods by my house.…

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Jolabokaflod: The Best Holiday You’ve Never Heard Of

The holidays are a special time of year with so much to celebrate. Many of…

Two hunters walk out into a field towards the forest.
Harvest or Kill? Considering Our Choice of Language in Hunting Stories

This article was originally posted on Landscapes & Letters. It has been republished here with permission.…

Two hunters glass for deer.
2nd Annual Women’s Montana Deer Camp

When you hear about a deer camp in Montana, what comes to mind? You probably…

Gabby Zaldumbide spoons out some of her Good To-Go mushroom risotto backpacking meal.
Good To-Go: My New Go-To Backcountry Hunting Meal

Backpacking still feels new to me. Growing up, my family didn’t really do anything outdoors,…

A graphic for Gundog Grind coffee.
Gundog Grind: Coffee for Hunts and Home

An affinity for coffee can develop early on in life. I’ve been a coffee drinker…

A hunter holds a turkey he killed in Texas.
Why You Should Share Your Hunting Story

Everyone has a story to share; here are some tried-and-true ways to write about your…

Hunt to Eat ambassador Chis Gavin poses with a cut of wild game.
Represented: Why I Wear Hunt to Eat

Hunters work against themselves with the street clothes they wear; that’s why I fell in…

A woodcock rests on game vest and shotgun.
Why Wild Game?

Wild game meat is great for many reasons, but cooking and eating it is what…

A sunset casts orange and red hues across the sky.
Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

Now is the time to get uncomfortable, to lean into listening, learning, and personal growth. …

Two hunters and their dogs sit on the tailgate of a truck.
Strange Times: A Sportsman’s Thoughts on COVID-19

Being a hunter brings some levity to the pandemic, as we have a security net:…

An upland hunter stands next to his hunting dog.
Hunting For Acceptance

Finding common ground and negating stereotypes in the LGBTQ+ and consumptive recreation communities I was…

Three friends pose and Keema the dog pose at a trailhead in Montana.
Elevate Her: A Montana Alpine Backpack Fly Fishing Trip

It was a little after 6 p.m. when Elisa rolled up at my house in…

A young boy reads an outdoor-themed book.
Kids Summer Book List

Summer is here and that means long car trips with the kiddos, days spent on…

Snow-covered peaks rise over a river.
The 5 Stages of a Hunter

“The Five Stages of a Hunter” was a concept born in the mid-1980s by a…

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Consumers of Meat

“Woah!” They start. “What do you even do with it?” With a puzzled look on…

Give Thanks

Give Thanks. It has almost become a trivial phrase, one that glazes the mind over…