Hear the Stories

We realize you want to be out on your own adventure in pursuit of Cutties or a monster Elk but sometimes when you’re stuck behind your desk you might need some content that will help ease the pain of not being outside.

These Stories come from real people and real pursuits. Enjoy.

Fish & Fly

Fish & Fly

Want to take your fly-fishing to a new level?  How about hopping on a seaplane, flying down to the South Sound, and chasing sea run cutthroat?  Orvis offers monthly floatplane fly-fishing trips.  It’s a unique experience offering anglers a “trip of a...

read more
Turkey Hunting The Black Hills

Turkey Hunting The Black Hills

A sudden winter storm makes an already challenging public-land hunt even harder—and more rewarding I was on my way to check one last piece of public ground for my evening hunt, when something out of place on the trail, covered with fresh snow, caught my eye: a set of...

read more
How To Cook Venison Carbonnade

How To Cook Venison Carbonnade

Ingredients 3 lb. venison stew meat, cut into 2-inch cubes 2 Tbsp. butter 4 slices bacon, chopped 3 yellow onions, chopped 1 Tbsp. dark brown sugar 4 cloves garlic, minced 16 oz. Belgian dark strong ale or other dark flavorful beer 1 cup (or more) chicken stock 1 bay...

read more
Tips For Bass Fishing In Winter

Tips For Bass Fishing In Winter

By the time pumpkin-spice salsa and mayonnaise are back in stores, I’m losing my appetite for smallmouths. I love them dearly, but I spend so many days targeting them in spring and summer that when the temperature starts to drop here in the Northeast, I’d rather don...

read more
40 Vintage Fishing Tips You Should Know

40 Vintage Fishing Tips You Should Know

Essential advice from one of Field & Stream’s greatest writers For three and a half decades, H.G. “Tap” Tapply dolled out hard-earned wisdom on all things outdoors in his monthly column, Tap’s Tips. Here, we have compiled 40 of his best fishing tips from the ’60s...

read more
The Beginners Guide to Catching Your First Fish

The Beginners Guide to Catching Your First Fish

For most serious fishermen, it was their family and friends who showed them the basics of the sport. But not everyone was lucky enough to have been mentored to a lifetime of outdoor fun pursuing and catching fish. The good news is, learning to fish isn’t difficult....

read more

Ready to tell your story?

Watch to Learn More

#StayInPursuit