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The Biggest Bruins

by Craig Boddington 0

Perhaps the most infamous bear attack in recent years was the killing of Timothy Treadwell and his unfortunate companion, Amie… more »

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Dummies Guide To: DIY Horseback Hunting

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Many hunters don’t have the finances to spring for a guided horseback hunt in the West, but hunting elk or… more »

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Top Tactics for Calling Bears

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Hot mid-afternoon had settled on the northeastern plains of New Mexico, pooling in the rocky, shallow, cottonwood-filled canyons and gullies… more »

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How to Choose the Perfect Bear Rifle

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Are you more likely to shoot a black bear over bait from a treestand hung halfway up a giant old… more »

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Boddington’s Rules for Selecting an Outfitter

by Craig Boddington 1

Statistically, most hunters enjoy their sport close to home, and many of them never hunt outside their home state. So… more »

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Spot-and-Stalk Vs. Baiting: What’s the Best Bear Hunting Method?

by Joseph von Benedikt & Skip Knowles 4

Spot-and-Stalk Real men hunt bears at eye level, not perched in trees swatting mosquitoes and listening to Harlequin romances via… more »

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5 Unique Uses for Shed Antlers

by Remi Warren 0

There’s no doubt finding sheds can be exciting, but once you’ve found them, what can you do with them? The… more »

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Is the .243 Winchester a Viable Elk Cartridge?

by Keith Wood 3

There are few topics in the hunting world that generate more heated debate than whether any given cartridge is powerful… more »

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How Coyotes Are Helping Other Species

by David Hart 0

It wasn’t too long ago that Steve Colvin could count on a bountiful fox harvest on his central Virginia trap… more »

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4 Veteran Tricks for Hunting Elk Sheds

by Remi Warren 0

There is something different about picking up an elk shed. Maybe it is the sheer size of the antler or… more »

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