Although there are no birds shot in this video shot in southeastern Missouri, I think it does a great job of evoking the joys of being in the woods with a dog.
For more than twenty years, the Orvis Company has been recognizing excellence in sporting experiences through its Endorsed Lodges, Outfitters, and Guides Program. Each year representatives from each of. . .
No. 4 shot at full choke at 25 yards has solid pattern. photo by Tim Bronson Every turkey hunter gets excited about the upcoming season as soon as they see birds strutting out in the fields. So we start doing a little scouting to find some turkey tracks and fresh scratchings, and this gets us even
Whenever I see a woodcock, it’s flying away after I’ve missed it, so the chance to just watch one feed is cool.
May is serious turkey time in our Sunderland, Vermont, headquarters. You see a lot of bleary-eyed people sitting at their desks, and talk around the coffee pot is all about what folks saw in. . .
Here’s a gorgeous video of spring turkey hunt on Michigan’s Beaver Island. It does a great job of capturing the calm of the early morning woods and the pleasures of watching. . .
If you plan to buy a used double barrel shotgun anytime soon, you’ll want to listen to the latest Double Barrel Podcast with Bruce Bowlen, Orvis’ Head Shooting Instructor at the Orvis Wingshooting School in Manchester, Vermont. It offers invaluable and. . .
I think we all can agree that dogs are man’s best friend. For those of us who spend a a lot of time with working dogs, this unique relationship between man and beast holds true. They sense your mood, and when push comes to shove, they are quick to perform. In a weird sense they become. . .
Written by: Scott McEnaney, Eastern ELOG Fishing Director
One of the joys of turkey hunting is how friendly it is for a youth hunter. The audio aspect of a gobbling Tom combined with the visuals of a fortunate hunter watching a show is something every kid who has. . .