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The Sporting Life

Sporting Scene

A South Carolina phenom is helping break down the sport’s gender boundaries

Good Dogs

Few things can match the sublime pleasure of working with a great dog in the field. But the dogs don’t usually start out great. These trainers are here to help

Good Dogs

For a hunt that combines history, tradition, beauty, and some of the most challenging wing shooting you will ever encounter, cross the pond for a British driven shoot

Land & Conservation

An artist resumes a childhood obsession with the fish of his youth

Made in the South Awards

Jeff Robbins’s throwback vessels are keeping a Southern tradition afloat

Guns

Making this one-of-a-kind quail gun took an international effort

Sporting

Take a sneak peek at Broadfield Sporting Club & Lodge, carved from the grounds of one of the South’s oldest hunt clubs

Conservation

Texas researchers identify a new threat to the bobwhite

Sporting

“What is it about grown men sitting there in camo, waiting for those little birds to fly over?”

Sporting

Notes from a lifelong fan

The Southern Agenda

Kentuckian Jonathan Fowler manages Keeneland’s crew of “betologists,” who teach novices the basics of wagering. Here are a few of his simple tips

Sporting

Even at ninety years old he can still outcast you—and then charm you with his trademark smile

Sporting

If you want to learn the art of British driven shooting––and shotgun shooting in general––there’s no one better to see in the States than Chris Batha. Just don’t let him catch you aiming

Sporting

Shooters from across the country learn from one of the world's best shotgun coaches

Sporting

Five new pieces of fly-fishing gear for angling in the South

Books

Tales from a master fisherman

Sporting Scene

Forget standings and scores. In these parts, college football is about more than winning or losing

Legends

The golfer reflects on the course that taught him almost everything he knows

Sporting Scene

One of sportfishing’s most storied tournaments returns to Tuna Alley

Good Dogs

Deep in the North Carolina Piedmont, one man has made sure that the storied tradition of taking to the field with a pack of beagles in mad pursuit of rabbits lives on