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Wild, Wild West: Open Country Turkey Hunting Tactics

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Turkey hunting in the wide-open spaces of the West can be a very different game than working gobblers in the… more »

Racing to your treestand could cost you a trophy buck—spook fewer deer by slowing your roll and hunt along the way.

Why You Should Hunt to Your Treestand

by Jeff Johnston 0

I don’t know how it  happened—perhaps the nap had something to do with it—but I was 30 minutes late for… more »

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How to Pack and Quarter Game Meat in the Field

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

When it comes time to get the edible parts off a game animal you’ve just dropped in wilderness country, throw… more »

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Basic Shooting Positions Every Hunter Should Master

by Craig Boddington 0

There are numerous shooting aids on the market today from monopods to tripods to sandbags and complete gun cradles designed… more »

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5 Reasons to Buy Your Hunting Rifle Now

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

There is a select group of hunters that manage to harvest trophy animals year after year, and as an outdoor… more »

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7 Timeless Tactics Every Hunter Should Master

by David Draper 0

Some hunting tactics transcend time. Regardless of how superior new hunting technology may be, there are some tactics that should… more »

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Old vs. New: Have Modern Hunters Lost Their Skills?

by David Draper 0

In a world where boys can no longer be boys and pointing a finger on the playground gets a kid… more »

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Why Hunting Cartridge Velocity Matters

by Keith Wood 0

Humans are always looking for bigger and better. When early man picked up a rock and threw it, his neighbor… more »

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Best States to Complete Your Turkey Grand Slam This Year

by David Hart 0

You’ve been dreaming about it since the day you called in your first gobbler. It’s called the Grand Slam, an… more »

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Keep it Simple: Tips for Calling Coyotes More Effectively

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Dawn came quickly, frost hanging on the sagebrush and growing in my beard. At the first traces of shooting light,… more »

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