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Good Dogs

The Hallmark Channel gives lovable—and adoptable—mutts and mixed breeds a chance to shine in the cutest competition on cable

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Southern Myths

Conventional wisdom declared the big cats extinct long ago. But a number of recent sightings in Tennessee reveals they may be returning—or never left

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Far from the TV cameras and multinational corporate sponsors, a North Carolina writer finds racing’s mud-splattered heart amid spray paint, smashups, and retooled junkers on a dirt track in the middle of a soybean field

Sporting

The life story of one author could be stitched together by the boats that he’s owned—nearly seventy in as many years. But one sailboat in particular has led the fleet all along

Sporting

The resort’s new compound—complete with clays, five stand, archery, and more—brings a bit of Britain to Georgia

Sporting Scene

The Chesapeake’s riches inspire a young Virginia carver

The Manual of Southern Know-How

Get your bird every time by laying a strong foundation

The Manual of Southern Know-How

A champion angler on the secret to working a breeze in your favor

The Manual of Southern Know-How

An Alabama outdoorsman on the art of getting unstuck

Good Dog

While saying goodbye to a friend’s buoyant Boykin, a veterinarian reflects on the toughest part of his job

Collections

For North Carolina sportsman Danny Ellis, seeking out rare calls is all about the thrill of the hunt

The Sporting South

For a son of the Chesapeake, crafting duck decoys carries on a connection to a golden age of waterfowling—and a sacred family tradition

Land & Conservation

After years of planning, the first batch of Sapelo Purple Ribbon Sugarcane Syrup comes to fruition

Sporting

A new shotgun series inspired by the Southern quail woods

Sporting

From the pine forests of the Red Hills to the foothills of the Andes, plan your next hunt at these destination properties

Sporting

A Swedish-born shotgun virtuoso transplants the European driven shoot to the American West

Good Dog

On a small North Carolina farm, two anxious souls make one fine pair

Sporting

Southerners need not travel far to get up close with some of the world’s best sporting art