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Are Coyotes Killing Your Deer?

by Doug Howlett 8

It was a perfect fall morning, cool and just a bit overcast. I was perched in a climbing stand 20… more »

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HUNTING Recipe: Venison Roast with Cranberry Sauce

by Hank Shaw 0

Thanksgiving may be the domain of the turkey, but we’re allowed a bit more leeway at Christmastime. Venison roast is… more »

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.270 Vs. .257: What’s the Best Whitetail Caliber?

by Joseph von Benedikt & Mike Schoby 0

.270 Winchester Being a Western guy, I have psychological issues with choosing the best caliber for just one species. Me,… more »

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Cooking a Rutting Buck

by Hank Shaw 0

A huge bull or monster buck walks out, perfectly broadside, and in range. Maybe you’ve waited years for this moment, or… more »

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Locating Bucks During the Mule Deer Rut

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

It’s a beautiful thing when testosterone kicks in and gnarly old mulie bucks quit thinking. Nocturnal monarchs strut around in… more »

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Big Buck Blunders

by Jeff Johnston 0

Have you ever lost sleep over a tall-tined monster you had dead-to-rights moments before he hightailed out of your life?… more »

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Tree Stand Vs. Ground Blind: What’s Best for Whitetail?

by Joseph von Benedikt & Mike Schoby 0

TREE STAND vs. Ground Blind Ground blinds encourage sloppy hunting. There. I’ve said it. Comfy blinds make hunters believe they can… more »

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3 Killer Setups for the Whitetail Rut

by Michael Waddell 0

Stop by your local hunter-friendly coffee shop anytime between October first and the end of the November and all anyone… more »

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Avoiding the Dreaded Bone Sour

by Hank Shaw 0

At last! You’ve put an elk or a moose on the ground. It’s the culmination of months, sometimes years, of… more »

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6 Tips for Planning a Coues Deer Hunt

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Coues deer are tiny, desert-dwelling siblings of the common whitetail. Properly, they are simply a subspecies, Odocoileus virginianus couesi, but… more »

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