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  • 5 Steps for Waterfowl Doubles, Triples

    Efficient waterfowlers know how to maximize opportunity, like plucking two or more birds from a flock when possible. Sometimes, the stars align, and chances for doubles or even triples seem easy. Usually, however, shooting multiple birds requires forethought, strategy and quick reflexes honed by shotgunning practice. These tips can help...

  • Michael Pitts on Shooting Does

    If you've heard one debate about killing does, you've heard 5,000. Well, Michael Pitts, Realtree comedian extraordinaire, brings a fresh twist to the argument. Check out his not-so-serious view on killing does. Are you with Pitts on this one? Go here for more deer hunting stories and how-to's.

  • Rendering Bear Fat

    We love rendered bear fat around here. Like the pioneers and early explorers, we use it for a little bit of everything. Making biscuits or pie crusts? Yep, bear fat is your friend. Need to fry some turkey tenders or rabbit? Try a half inch or so of hot bear...

  • 10 Turkey Hunt Savers

    Use these 10 tactics to save your turkey hunt. 1. BUDDY SYSTEM FOR BIRDS When hunting alone, it's sometimes tough to use locator calls and listen at the same time. To locate spring gobblers better, hunt with a buddy. Have your partner stand away from you while you're making your...

  • When to Call the Shot

    You’ll experience two painful silences in waterfowl hunting. The first occurs as a flock circles for the third or fourth time, just close enough that you and your buddy glance at each other with anticipation, wondering if the other will give the “shoot” signal. The other happens after your partner...

  • Top 5 May Turkey Hunting States

    Southern turkey hunters get an early start on the rest of the country, often beginning their spring season in March. Up north, chances are snow still covers the ground. Gobbler chasing often doesn't begin until late April or early May. In other parts of the country, it starts early enough,...

  • The Benjamin Marauder .22 Caliber Pistol

    Crosman/Benjamin is no stranger to the air gun world. It was one of the top manufacturers on my list when I decided to get into PCP (pre-charged pneumatic) air guns. So, there are two big decisions people must make when deciding to buy a pre-charged pneumatic air rifle. The first...

  • The Ultimate Food Plot Plan

    Growing food plots and providing year-round nutrition for whitetails can dramatically add to your success as a deer manager as well as a hunter. Simply put, whitetails are going to be where the “groceries” are, and providing easy access to food will significantly enhance your hunting area . However, simply...

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