Instances of Lyme disease, transferred by bites from ticks, are exploding across the United States and beyond. Ted Nugent offers some helpful advice and a critical resource every hunter should use to stay safe.
Keep it simple, stupid. Get an old bow and find that mystical flight of the inner arrow within, writes Ted Nugent.
There's always room to learn something new about deer hunting, which is why you shouldn't become complacent and tune out the experts, writes Ted Nugent.
"Our guns should be quieter than my guitars." Ted Nugent talks about the benefits of using suppressors to enhance the hunting experience.
"No matter where you might live, the Great Spirit of the Wild predator lessons are out there for us all to enjoy and learn from," writes Ted Nugent.
"Unless we dedicate ourselves to serious and precise archery for every arrow we shoot, inconsistent form will most always result in a less than accurate arrow."
"The most important thing to remember about mistakes is to learn from them and do everything in our power to make sure we do not repeat them," writes Ted Nugent.
Ted Nugent tips his cap to the turkey hunters hitting the field this spring, and also reflects on a few land management practices that work well for many game species.
Ted Nugent wishes you and your family a happy Easter holiday, and he hopes that you're able to cleanse your soul in the outdoors as so many others have.
When most people think March Madness, they envision those amazing college athletes going for it on the basketball court. Ted Nugent thinks of something else.