Make Mine A Double

A lifelong love affair with classic American side-by-sides, in four parts

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Naughty by Nature

A skeptic’s look at just what makes a bad dog good

Arts & Culture

A Dog Lover’s Gear Guide

Functional items for four-legged Southerners


G&G’s Dog Stars

Garden & Gun cover favorites Rimi, Deke, and BB gather in a North Carolina quail field


Meet the Entrepreneurs Shaping Southern Motorcycle Culture

In Atlanta, Brother Moto welcomes motorcycle aficionados—and the “moto-curious”


Steeplechase Season in Dixie

Five of the country’s most prominent races take place right here in the South (the tailgating isn’t bad either)

Arts & Culture

Mardi Gras for Man’s Best Friend

A NOLA krewe for canines celebrates 25 years of dressed-up dogs—and animal-welfare fundraising

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The Call of the Hunt

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Photos: Filled to the Bream


Filled to the Bream

When two broods gather for an old-fashioned panfish rodeo, the only thing better than the fillets is the fellowship

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Sporting Art, Decoys, Dogs, and More

See what’s up for bid at the 2017 Southeastern Wildlife Expo


Discover the Dust Bowl Girls

The true story of a women’s basketball team in Depression-era Oklahoma that would end up inspiring generations

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Land & Conservation

Walk on the Wild Side

Photos from Audubon’s Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary


Winged Victory

At Audubon’s Paul J. Rainey Wildlife Sanctuary in Louisiana, to save the birds, you have to save the marsh

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Puppy Dreams

Sometimes the hardest part is not getting the dog

Land & Conservation

The Mystery of Southern Swans

Snow-white trumpeter swans rarely migrate farther south than Ohio. So why do hundreds of them winter in the Arkansas each year?

Editor's Letter

A Day Well Spent

In praise of ducks, dogs, and a good drink

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Canine Complex

A wild and free mutt catches an inexplicable case of anxiety—one her owner can relate to


Cuba Calling

Exploring a newfound flats-fishing treasure

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Walk Me!

How a soulful pug named James Brown helped a writer regain his stride