James Crow

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The Best Paper Airplane: How to Make a Paper Airplane | The Art of Manliness

There are many skills fathers should pass on to their children: how to ride a bike, how to skip a stone, and of course, how to make a paper airplane. …

Recipe: How to Cook Alligator Sauce Piquante

<i>Photo by Johnny Miller; Food styling by Roscoe Betsill</i><p>This one-pot Cajun recipe is perfect for gator tail meat—or just about any other wild game in …

Cooking/Temp. Control

<b>Lighting A Charcoal Grill</b><p>Here is how to light a charcoal grill. First off, the fuel used for a charcoal grill is either charcoal briquettes or lump …

Cooking

Food Fight Friday: Venison Bratwurst vs Venison Chili

I don't know what's it like where you live, but it's finally starting to feel like fall around here. The frosty mornings and shorter days call for …

Be Your Own Bow Tech, Part 7: Target Tuning

If you've been watching so far (if not see Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6), you now know how to get your bow set up for shooting. So …

Be Your Own Bow Tech, Part 8: Paper Tune Your Bow

And now for the last video in our 8-part series series on how to set up your own bow. If you missed any of the previous videos, click on any of the …

Bowhunting Tip: Boost Your Accuracy With This D.I.Y Spine Tester

<i>Illustration by Steve Sanford</i><p>Spine, the degree to which an arrow will flex, is not uniform, and the best archers use this to their advantage. By …

Food Fight Friday: Venison Steak Showdown

Among my circle of deer-hunting friends, the year is off to a slow start, but a few trophies are starting to fall and that means fresh deer steaks. …

Be Your Own Bow Tech, Part 6: Cam Timing, Explained

And now for Part 6 of our 8-part series on how to set up your own bow. If you missed any of the previoius videos, click on any of the following: Part …

Be Your Own Bow Tech, Part 5: How to Install a Bowsight

Judging by the first comment on the last video, you guys are more than ready for Part 5. (Here are the links for Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4.) …

Be Your Own Bow Tech, Part 4: Install a D-Loop

And now, the fourth video in our eight-part series on how to set up your own compound bow (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). So far, we've covered proper draw …

Duck Hunting: An Underrated Spot for Woodies

<i>Illustration by Ryan Kirby</i><p>Mike Bard has been killing wood ducks for 20 years. A New York state pro staffer with Avery and Field Proven Calls, he's …

Be Your Own Bow Tech, Part 3: Install and Serve a Peep Sight

In case you missed Part 1 or Part 2, I'll point out again that I persuaded (under threat of negative product reviews) the folks at Bowtech to produce …

Build a Trip Wire Alarm (Easy)

5 Dollar Fog Machine

How to make Amazing Easter Egg art!

How to make a Bottle Lamp!

How To Make: Strike Anywhere Matches!

Quick and EVIL April Fool's Pranks

Make the Perfect Slime

Be Your Own Bow Tech, Part 2: Install a Capture Rest

I hated, hated to keep you all waiting for Part 2. But I was forced (forced!) to go to Colorado and shoot an elk. Part of the new economy, you know, …

Be Your Own Bow Tech, Part 1: Draw Length and Weight

Want to learn how to setup your own bow? Or acquire just some basic skills so you don't have to run to the bow shop for every little thing?<p>Well I …

Food Fight Friday: Bluegill Curry vs Blackened Catfish

I know it's hunting season--or close to it--but as Field & Stream's Senior Editor Joe Cermele points out in the newest issue of the magazine, fall is …

Recipe: Braised Squirrel With Bacon, Mushrooms, and Pinot Noir

<i>Photo by Johnny Miller</i><p>“I love the sweet aroma of squirrel, and I’m surprised at most folks’ inexperience with serving the little guys,” says chef …