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  • In Defense of 'Trash' Ducks

    Some hardcore hunters argue that a duck without a green head is not a duck, even going so far as to call anything but a drake mallard a trash duck. (I often point out that drake shovelers and goldeneyes also have green heads, even though I’m not prepared to argue...

  • Wolves Slowly Kill Big Buck

    I was speechless after watching this video. Honestly, it was difficult to watch, even through a computer screen. Seeing those wolves shred that buck to pieces. Hearing it bawl as they dug deeper into its entrails. That's pretty rough stuff. Personally, I’m all about a quick and humane kill. A...

  • How to Fan a Gobbler

    The best way to kill a stubborn field bird is often to hide behind a turkey fan and crawl to them. Here's how to do it.

  • Wild Turkey Stir Fry with Redbud Seed Pods and Wild Asparagus

    One of my favorite signs of spring is the explosion of magenta-colored blooms from the Eastern Redbud (Cercis Canadensis) across the forest landscape. And not just because they are a nice splash of color after a long, cold winter or the fact that they normally coincide with turkey season. Both...

  • Building Turkey Calls and Owl Hooters

    Stu Bristol's self-published book Building Turkey Calls and Owl Hooters is sure to give new and veteran wild turkey hunters something to do in the off-season while looking forward to the next one. Available from Deadly Imposter Game Calls , the comb-bound book (for laying flat while building calls from...

  • 6 Traits Successful Duck Hunters Share

    You probably have a buddy or at least know a guy who seems infallible. He usually returns to the landing with a boat full of birds, and he seems to have the answer to every curveball Mother Nature throws his way. Basically, he’s a darn good duck and goose hunter...

  • The Reasons We Hunt

    I’ve always been asked why I hunt. The answer to that question is both very simple and extremely complex. We hunt because we want to experience what nature has to offer us. We hunt to grow in character as individuals who are a part of a much larger society. We...

  • Homeowner Films As Bear Cub Tries To Jump Through Window

    One bear cub learned a tough lesson about glass as it attempted to jump through a home window in rural New York. In the video, which was posted on YouTube by USA Today , you can hear women scream when the bear launches off a platform and strikes the window,...

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