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The Top 5 States for Boone & Crockett Elk

Records can sometimes be deceiving. You have to break those records down and analyze them from different angles to see the big picture and get the most accurate analyses. For example, if you just looked at the all-time elk records list for best states, it’d read Arizona, Montana, Utah, Wyoming...


5 Steps to a Successful Food Plot

Food is a driving force of our daily life, and for good reason. After all, we are animals and all animals have to eat. So how does this affect us in hunting the animals we hunt? It really boils down to the food. In wildlife management, food plots are an...


Top 10 Turkey Hunting Mistakes

There are tried-and-true ways to assure you’ll come home empty-handed from the turkey woods. They’re easy. Just follow these steps as laid out by champion turkey caller and Realtree pro staffer Anthony Virga, who has seen them in action and learned some of them first-hand. Mistake 1. Be impatient. “Everybody...


The 10 Commandments of Public Land Turkey Hunting

Some folks have private honey holes. Filling spring gobbler tags without too much outside hunting pressure is pretty much assured. And then there's the rest of us. The guys who hunt public land turkeys with everyone else. It’s busy. It’s crowded. Some strategies are in order. So let's get to...


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10 Off-Season Archery Tips from the Pros

Archery isn’t a skill that comes to you overnight. It takes practice—even year-round — to get good at it. Try these 10 tips from Realtree pros to help you increase your archery abilities during this off-season.


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10 Questions You Should Ask Before Buying Hunting Land

Land. It’s the one common denominator between all hunters. You can’t hunt without access to it. One surefire way to have access — buy some land. I’ve always wanted to buy land, but haven't — yet. I’m currently in the process of studying up on what I need to know...


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13 Advanced Tips for Bowhunting Turkeys

Bowhunting is becoming more popular every day. Turkey hunting is, too. So it’s natural that we have more people bowhunting these critters than we used to. It’s flat out fun. But it’s hard. Really hard. And it’s going to take practice and skills to achieve your goals of killing a...


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North American Super Slam: 29 Big Game Animals You Need

For me, the true meaning of hunting is for food and adventure. It’s for sustenance of both the body and mind. And chasing big game animals has been a very large part of many lives across the world. Thus the Super Slam® of North American Big Game was born. Grand...


The Only Call You Need for Turkey Hunting

If you’re going to learn one call for turkey hunting, one turkey sound that will let you speak their language and provide the best chance for you to lure in a gobbler, learn how to yelp. The Yelp The yelp is the most common sound a hen turkey makes when...


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17 Cool Photos for Advanced Wild Turkey Gobbler Identification

High-quality optics, effective camo, woodsmanship skills and calling play a big role in tagging a boss gobbler. Scouting helps hunters identify individual birds by a unique gobble, body size, and/or beard and spur length. The digital camera age, (think cell-phone cameras), and high-resolution trail cameras, have enabled the turkey hunting...


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10 Tips for Becoming a Better Archer

Archery is a long-standing tradition in North America. From the bows Native Americans used, to the early models crafted by Fred Bear, to the top-end compound bows we shoot today, we enjoy a rich history of stick and string. Because of that history, and the fact archery is so fun,...


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Big Game Hunting: The Sheep Hunting Slam

Allow me to begin by saying that I’ve never hunted sheep. I’m merely writing this from a dreamer’s point of view. Sure, I’d love to hunt sheep someday. That’s a feat in an of itself. But to hunt and kill all six to get the slam? That’s something else entirely...


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