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The Antlerless Dilemma
  • To Whom Go the Antlers?

    Prosecutors and an Iowa farmer are fighting for the right to keep a set of massive antlers seized during a tangled poaching case. Marion County farmer Marvin Clark is seeking to keep the trophy rack, claiming he killed the buck out of mercy three years ago when it was stuck...

  • Video: 26 Turkey Kills in Two Minutes

    Spend any time on social media these days and it's clear three things are dominating the hunting world: grinning hero shots with antlers, greenhead flooded-timber limits and a lot of wishful thinking about the spring turkey season to come. Lots of it; at least in my circle of hardcore gobbler-chasing...

  • Product Review: Banded RedZone Breathable Waders

    I’ve spent a good portion of my life in waders. In a previous life, I was a trout-fishing guide for over a decade, meaning a durable pair of waders was a necessity. Being a lifelong angler and avid waterfowler, the wader debate has always straddled a line of demarcation between...

  • How To Mentally Prepare For The Late Season

    Deer hunting is a mental practice. It’s all about staying in the right frame of mind. When I don’t keep my focus, I lose sight of the goal. That’s when things go afoul. The rut is over in the North. Thus, the late season will soon begin, and a flood...

  • 5 Weaknesses Of A December Buck

    Deer are always changing. They constantly change food sources, travel patterns, and other general behaviors. As hunters, we have to change our patterns in order to continue seeing—and hopefully killing—the deer we hunt. These are five different things that make bucks vulnerable during the late season . 1. FOOD The...

  • A Kansas King

    Dylan Smith’s 2015 deer season started with the usual excitement and anticipation. Like any seasoned bowhunter looking to capitalize on his upcoming hunt, he had collected sheds, prepared stands, evaluated trail camera photos and had his Prime compound spitting arrows like guided missiles. Although the particular region in northeastern Kansas...

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