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  • Sage Grouse Study Provides Good News

    As Western sportsmen rally around plans to protect sage grouse populations and habitat without federal intervention, the birds have provided some good news. The greater sage grouse is North America’s largest native grouse, and it inhabits 11 Western states and portions of two Canadian provinces. Sage grouse populations have decreased...


  • Secrets to Early Teal Success

    Many hunters throughout the midwest are relatively new to early season teal. Traditionally, such a pre-season warm-up was a southern tradition, as no early teal seasons were offered up north. Michigan, Wisconsin and others were long ago termed “production states”, meaning early season hunting wasn’t an option. The thought was...


  • How To Conceal Treestands

    I remember—when I was a boy—trying to hide from my momma that I’d skipped school to go to the deer woods. That didn’t go over so well for me. But hiding my treestands from wily whitetails and other hunters did. And I still use the practice to this day. Deer...


  • Venison Tips with Mushrooms and Onions

    Traditional venison tips and gravy are a savory lot. This recipe is a bit of a twist on that style, featuring a sweet and tangy marinade and sauce. Begin by cutting a venison roast or steaks into 1/2-inch cubes. The marinade gets simmered for a bit then poured over the...


  • What's It Worth: Colt Woodsman

    Manufacturer: Colt Model: Woodsman Caliber: .22 Value: $2,750 to $3,000 This gun belongs to a friend of ours, and it is very special to her family. Her father has been unable to get an accurate appraisal, so she asked us to help. The Colt Woodsman has a 6½-inch barrel and...


  • Oh, My Aching Back

    When it comes to sitting still in a treestand or in the turkey woods for extended periods of time, I struggle—not so much from nervous energy, but from pain. After approximately 30 minutes of sitting in one location, my back begins to ache, then it begins to burn all the...


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