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  • 10 Awesome Venison Recipes for Deer Hunters

    I’ll give you the top three reasons I deer hunt. Backstrap. Tenderloin. And Backstrap. Food — that’s the main reason we hunt, right? It is for me and many hunters that I know. I’m not saying you shouldn’t hunt for fun or to be with family and friends. Those are...

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    10 Ways to Increase Your Effective Kill Range

    As bowhunters , we’re constantly working to hone our craft. And when we aren’t, we should be. It’s easy to let it slide. Busy lives often make archers who practice an endangered species. Nonetheless, it’s important we try to get better. Other people might not have that problem. Maybe they...

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7 Great Camo Patterns for Deer Hunting This Season

It’s that time of year again. We’re going through withdrawals because, for most, turkey season is practically over for another year and deer season is still four or five months away. Hunters are looking at gear. Buying it when their spouses will let them. ( Check out these awesome deals...


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5 Ways Your Hunting Property Can Pay for Itself

Owning land to hunt on. It’s the American hunter's dream. And sadly, it’s common belief that dream is out of reach. It isn’t. It can be achieved. And with the help of our good friends from Whitetail Properties , we’re here to tell you how and why.


The New BaseKamp App for Big Game Hunters

We’re living in the digital age. It came quickly and continues to expand beyond what many have ever dreamed. And there’s no doubt that a plethora of apps have come with it. Some of them are terrible. Some are simply garbage. But others are truly changing the way we hunt...


Trail Camera Review: Bushnell Trophy Cam HD Wireless Aggressor

I love trail cameras. I run anywhere from 20 to 25 of them each year (not all cellular, of course). You might even say I’m a junkie. And maybe I am. But they've helped me kill deer — deer I might not have killed without them. So therefore, they play...


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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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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...


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5 Realtree Big Game Harvests from 2016

The fabled West has captivated more than a few hunters throughout the centuries. Behemoth bull moose . Prairie-running antelope . Mountain-dwelling sheep . Have you ever hunted big game? If so, where? If not, do you plan to some day? In the meantime, check out these five big game animals...


Product Review: New Weston Commercial Grinders

We do a lot of grinding around here. From venison to pork; burgers, tacos, sausage, chili, red sauce, the list of stuff to do with ground meat goes on and on. If you are just grinding a deer or two per year, then look at the Weston Realtree Series Grinder...


Kill More Pronghorns by Guarding Scrapes

I was in Africa when the concept hit me. I couldn’t help but notice African antelope constructed scrapes, pawed-out areas where droppings and scent were deposited. I knew I’d observed this phenomenon before on North America’s pronghorn prairies. It was to become my secret weapon, one few bowhunters even consider...


Never Lose an Arrow Again

If you've shot a bow for any length of time, you've lost an arrow. You've probably lost quite a few. I know I have. I've lost arrows by shooting in the yard, shooting in competition, and certainly when I've been hunting . Now, as Travis "T-Bone" Turner explains in the...


Paleo: How to Be a Proud Meat Eater

Many of us probably know at least one person that’s a vegan. And in no way are we sharing this to offend those people. No, it’s just a good old wisecrack to brighten your day. After all, we need a good laugh every now and then, right? I think so...


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...


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