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  • Buck Commander: Meet the Buckmen

    You have those who like to deer hunt. And you have those who love to deer hunt. The Buck Commanders ? They really love to deer hunt. Chances are (highly) likely you know several (or all) of these fellas. But if you don’t, you can read all about them here...

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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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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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15 Realtree Pro Staff Bucks from 2016

Realtree was founded because of Bill Jordan’s passion for the outdoors. Today, Realtree continues to support and encourage the outdoor lifestyle. Deer hunting is a big part of that. And these 15 bucks were taken by a handful of those who are a part of the Realtree family. Are you...


4 Bills That Could Change Deer Hunting

New laws are passed every year. Sometimes they’re for the betterment of wildlife and hunters. Sometimes they aren’t. Check out these four new bills and legislation that are currently up in the air around the country. Do you agree or disagree with them? Let us know in the comments.


10 Turkey Hunting Tactics That Work for Deer Hunting

I guess you could say that I’m primarily a deer hunter . But I love to chase those turkeys, too. It’s part of who I am as a hunter. I’ve learned a lot of valuable lessons in the turkey woods that contributed to my deer hunting efforts. A lot of...


State Bill Proposes Legal Baiting for Deer Hunting

Baiting has long been a hot-button issue for deer hunters. Some side with it. Others stand against it. Few sit on the fence. And it’s likely the debate will be sparked anew with recent news from Alabama. Wildgame Innovations Quick Set 50-Pound Hanging Feeder According to WVUA 23 News ,...


Booner Alert: A 200-Inch Buck with a Crossbow

Some deer hunters like to keep intel on the bucks that are running the properties they hunt. Thanks to trail cameras, this process is made easy. On the flipside, there are those who simply head to their favorite stand to sit. They scout in-the-field, but trail cameras play no role...


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15 Bull Elk Bugling in Your Face

Elk are one of the most majestic animals in North America. As a die-hard deer hunter , I’d say they’re second only to the whitetail in that regard. However, there’s just something about a big bull elk screaming for all those around to hear it. Right now, we’re nearing the...


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The Top 7 Threats to Deer Hunting

Deer hunting is my absolute favorite pastime in the world. There is no greater thrill than chasing whitetails. It’s fun . It gets in your blood. And it stays there. Sadly, there are a lot of things that threaten our way of life. Deer hunting faces more opposition and challenges...


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The History of the Broadhead

Mechanical broadheads are a new thing, right? Nobody hunts with flint arrowheads anymore, do they? Take a look -- chances are there's a whole lot you don't know about the history of the broadhead. Click here for more bowhunting articles, galleries and videos. Follow us on Facebook .


5 Steps to Killing a Coues Whitetail

Coues whitetails are foreign to many hunters. Found in the cactus-cursed parts of southwestern New Mexico and southeastern Arizona to the Mexican states of Sonora, Chihuahua and Sinaloa, they have gained near cult status with desert rats who pursue them obsessively. So here are five steps to killing one if...


Congress Kills Bill H.R. 621 Aiming to Sell 3.3 Million Acres of Public Land

Last week, we reported on a bill that would have sold 3.3 million acres of federally owned public land. However, extensive push-back and loud outcries from outdoorsmen opened the eyes of Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz, who reintroduced the bill in late January. Here is an excerpt of our response from...


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