Grilling Grass-fed Beef The Right Way

Independence Day is almost here which means many people will be firing up the grill for a celebration with family and friends. While your freezer may be vacant of last season’s...

/ June 27, 2016
Male and female turkey by water

Habitat and Habits Of Wild Game | Thinking Like an Animal

Top 3 Things You Need to Know About Wildlife It’s really hard to do something well unless you know all the details, isn’t it? I remember trying to put one...

/ June 24, 2016
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Fishing Advice – Closer Than You Think

As videos on Modern Carnivore illustrate, it’s pretty easy to get into fishing, and actually catch fish from public fishing piers and shorelines. And once you’ve experienced a certain level...

/ June 21, 2016

Do Hunters Conserve Wildlife?

Do hunters conserve wildlife? This is a question put to two teams recently as part of the Intelligence Squared US debate. If you’re not familiar with the format of this...

/ May 27, 2016

Learn To Fillet A Fish

Congratulations, you've caught your first fish! Now what? In this video we'll show you step-by-step instructions to fillet your catch.

/ May 14, 2016

Choosing A First Fishing Rod

When starting out fishing it can be tough to know what type of rod to buy. Kurt Beckstrom gives you all the basics to know where to start as you...

/ May 12, 2016

How to Catch Your First Fish

In this first video of a three-part series we’ll show you how to catch your first fish. The equipment needed will cost you less than $100, and most everyone can...

/ May 8, 2016

Fiddleheads: The Wildest Veggie

Fiddleheads are the furled fronds of a young fern. Say that 10 times really fast! If you’ve never tried fiddleheads you’re missing out on a fun way to get your...

/ April 12, 2016

We’re All Born Hunters…

Film Producer Clay Hayes discusses bowhunting and hunting traditions in his film Untamed.

/ August 23, 2015

Got Beef?

The U.S. House recently repealed a law called COOL which stands for "Country of Origin Label" related to meat being sold in the U.S.

/ May 24, 2015