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10 Turkey Hunting Tips for the Desperate Beak Buster

by Doug Howlett 14

Turkey season, spring’s best game in town, is once again upon us. We start with high hopes, but I wonder… more »

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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 »

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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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Trail Cameras On Public Land

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Running trail cameras in the West can be as effective for big game such as elk and mule deer as… 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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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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How Long Can You Freeze Meat?

by David Draper 0

Whether it comes to us covered in fur or feathers, the meat we hunters covet is a valuable commodity. Even… 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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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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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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