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  • 18 Tips for Stalking Deer with a Bow

    Stalking deer is a serious business. Slipping up on an animal that can smell you from 400 yards, see you from 3/4 of a mile and hear the slightest snap of a twig is tricky business. It takes real skill to accomplish this sort of thing. And that’s why we’re...

  • 12 Tactics to Keep Your Wife Happy During Deer Season

    Let me begin by saying this post isn't for everyone. It isn't for those who have wives who hunt. It isn't for those who have non-hunting wives who understand why we go afield, either. Rather, it's for those who have that wife who'd rather see you in one of those...

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5 Characteristics of a Bullet-Proof Deer Stand Location

Quality treestand setups can make or break a deer hunt. They can determine whether or not it’s the hunter or whitetail that gets the last laugh. And now is the time to make sure it’s you who does. Work hard now. Find success later. Effort, meet satisfaction.


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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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10 Ways to Improve Your Favorite Treestand

The off-season is the best time to get treestand work done. Why? Because of pressure. Hang most of your treestands now and you don’t have to worry about the pressure it puts on deer. Wait until late summer or early fall and that’s a whole different ball game. But regardless...


8 Reasons Why Your Kids Won't Be Hunters

I’m going to jump right out there and say that I believe the outlook for our hunting heritage is strong. A stone wall also is strong. And a stone wall can be chiseled away until it crumbles and falls. There are a lot of people with chisels out there trying...


How to Bowhunt Turkeys from a Ground Blind

Bowhunting turkeys is a fine art. And bowhunting them from a ground blind is, too. It isn’t easy. But nothing worth doing ever is. That’s why we’ve got a step-by-step list of the things you should do in order to be successful. 1. Locate turkeys. Decide where the most likely...


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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.


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5 Reasons You’re Missing Turkeys with a Bow

Bowhunting turkeys is no easy task. Being able to flawlessly sit still, come to full draw and make a well-placed shot on a wily ol’ gobbler is hard. Plain and simple. And doing it on the ground with no ground blind? With the level of difficulty involved, that’s almost the...


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Tips for Bowhunting Pigs

Interest in bowhunting hogs seems to be on the rise, and it's no wonder. Wild pigs are great to eat, fun to stalk, economical to hunt and their numbers desperately need to be controlled. In many places, there are no bag limits or licenses required, and they can be hunted...


20 Deer Hunting Lies Your Granddaddy Told You

Deer hunting is a whirlpool of beliefs, theories, facts and fallacies. Some ideas are right. Some are wrong. And others fall somewhere in-between. Now, I’m not saying your granddaddy ain’t a good deer hunter. Chances are he’s killed more deer with his open-sighted, lever-action Marlin 30-30 than all the local...


New Hunting Laws Mean Big Changes for Thousands of Deer Hunters This Season

Deer hunting is a way of life that is practiced by many people across this great nation. It comes as no surprise when new laws spark big debates and heated discussions. As such, this recent bit of legislation coming out of South Carolina will take effect this season. According to...


Wildlife Officials Kill 30 Deer for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Testing

The ongoing research of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) continues to make headlines. This cervid disease we know so little about threatens wildlife and hunting in general. How big of a threat is it? That we don’t yet fully know. We know it’s a problem. But what we don’t know is...


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