Sporting life

Always buy a backup

By Elliot Thomas Special to Outdoor Enthusiast Lifestyle Magazine When I was younger, my Grandfather was always trying to impart his knowledge on me. From fishing to hunting, firearms and pocket knives, and in general what we would now qualify as "life hacks." By the...

read more

Going crab-less for tautog

By Todd Corayer, The Fish Wrap Writer Special to Outdoor Enthusiast Lifestyle Magazine Tautog fishing has been strong for a few months now but that’s starting to change with a change in seasons. Reliable spots have been giving up just a few keeper sized fish, just a...

read more

Enter the Biggest Wide Open Spaces Hunting Sweepstakes Ever


We’re welcoming the new hunting season with a gigantic giveaway, and you could be the big winner! There’s never been more excitement around the Wide Open Spaces headquarters as there is this season, because we’ve decided to go all out and reward one lucky winner the Ultimate Hunting Package. Rarely do you get the chance

The post Enter the Biggest Wide Open Spaces Hunting Sweepstakes Ever appeared first on Wide Open Spaces.

read more

Jalapeño Deer Poppers Are Delicious and Easy to Make

YouTube: Legendary Whitetails

Wow your friends, family, and deer camp buddies with this simple yet delicious deer snack and recipe. One of my favorite parts of hunting is being able to enjoy my harvest from field to plate. Always trying new venison recipes has lead me to a few of my favorite wild game recipes. These jalapeño deer poppers

The post Jalapeño Deer Poppers Are Delicious and Easy to Make appeared first on Wide Open Spaces.

read more

Ahead of Their Time

There might be a few high school kids who hunted more than Blaine Dorn and Kobe Clevenger. Or harder. Or more passionately. But there can’t be many. From the start of the archery deer season in September through duck and goose seasons to the end of goose season in February, these two members of the …

The post Ahead of Their Time appeared first on Nebraskaland Magazine.

read more

Five Wingshooting Tips

‘Tis the wingshooter’s favorite time of the year. With quail, pheasant and waterfowl seasons open, why wouldn’t it be? Keep these tips in mind this month: Know the loads you’re shooting. Pellet count, energy and velocity are big deals when wingshooting. The more you know about what you’re firing from your gun, the better you …

The post Five Wingshooting Tips appeared first on Nebraskaland Magazine.

read more

Sponsors

Dispatches

The OEL Monthly Newsletter

Featuring unique content plus the best stories from OEL and special offers on outdoor equipment and supplies.

You have Successfully Subscribed!