It may be spring, but that doesn't mean we've had enough of snow—goose, that is. The boys head south to take advantage of the snow goose's migratory patterns.
Maine is a reliable hunting destination with a wide range of game such as whitetail deer and black bears. This time, the boys set their sights on wild turkey and they're able to tag two toms with the Mossberg SA-410.
There was a time when just about any old shotgun could be found over the shoulder of a turkey hunter in the spring. However, times have changed.
Day three in Long Island and the boys head out to a new spot with an old friend. With Hunter on deck, they hit the water and chase after longtail ducks from their layout boats.
Mossberg has released the newest member of its 940 Pro family of 12-gauge shotguns: the optic-ready 940 Pro Tactical 8-shot autoloading shotgun.
Day two on the coast and the boys are headed back out to the salt marsh. This time, they set their sights on coastal black ducks in a little drainage coming out of the big bay.
Even the most experienced hunter can benefit from a few pointers. Brett has got a few on how to best prepare for an early morning turkey roost.
The boys are making the most of their time in New England with a trip to Long Island. An annual reunion, they kick off the trip with an afternoon brant hunt and are able to shoot their limit.
I am constantly looking for delicious, somewhat unusual, and very healthy recipes. If I can use some of the game meat I have stored in the freezer, even better.
FINALLY! The last day of our waterfowl season brought the weather we have been waiting for all year. We ended the season with a last-day limit of redheads on the big water!
When the cold weather hits New York, some take shelter and turn up the heat. The boys opt for a hunting trip, heading out for the big water to hunt some goldeneyes.
It's our favorite time of year—Doe Fest with the Mossberg Patriots! We start off strong and jump in the truck to head out for the hunt.
The boys are making the most of their time in New York. They're out in the fields, chasing ducks and geese, even in the midst of heavy rainfall.
Geese soon started coming in small groups. Calls of, “Shoot them in the front,” “They’re dropping in,” and “Four pack coming in from the west!” were being volleyed about.
With fresh snow in the forecast, the boys hit the road and head to the Adirondacks in hopes of tracking a buck down in the big woods. Day one brings a lot of miles on the boots but Ross gets his chance at a big woods buck!
The boys head east toward the coast of Massachusetts to try their luck at sea duck hunting. The unfamiliar terrain and conditions make for a big learning curve, but they get the hang of it.
For years we have processed our own game, spending late nights cutting, grinding wrapping, and labeling. However, over the last few years, I have come to prefer vacuum-sealing my game over paper wrap.
The crew heads out to a public marsh that has been holding a bunch of birds for their second split. They have a show at first light watching birds pour in.
We love antelope hunting. Love it. There is something to be said for being able to hunt all day and the fun of never knowing what you might see.
It's opening weekend in New York and the boys are able to get a few friends and family together for deer camp. It is an action-packed opening day of gun season!