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  • Sweet and Salty Goose Jerky Recipe

    With more and more states opening early resident goose seasons, hunters can find themselves with a lot of goose meat in a hurry. One of our favorite ways to use up some of our goose is to turn it into jerky. You can do it with any goose species. It’s...

  • What Women Want

    What do women want when it comes to hunting gear and apparel? The answer is quite simple. We want what men want – apparel that fits and keeps us warm in cold weather, cool in warm weather and dry when it's wet outdoors. We want gear that is reliable, durable...

  • Big Game Hunting: The Complete Backpack Hunter

    It felt refreshing to set my bow down and peel away my 55-pound pack. After the grueling 4-mile hike — mainly uphill no less — the force of the pack’s weight pressing on my back, in addition to gravity’s pull, was causing my legs to scream, my shoulders to ache...

  • Name That Realtree Pro Staffer: A First Deer with Dad

    Can you guess who this Realtree pro staffer is before time runs out? Submit your answer in the comments below. Are you a deer hunter thirsty for knowledge? Check out our stories, videos and hard-hitting how-to's on deer hunting . Follow us on Facebook .

  • Switch Up Setups to Shoot More Ducks and Geese

    You look forward to that peaceful moment. The decoys are set, and the boat is anchored, or the field blinds brushed in beautifully. All you have to do is relax and let the hunt play out. But sometimes, ducks and geese have other ideas. Many days, perfect hides or ideal...

  • Duck Hunting in California

    California is a good-news/bad-news proposition for waterfowlers. The good news concerns the number of birds, which number more than stars in the sky. The state has a wide variety of species, too, including mallards, pintails, wigeon, shovelers, gadwalls, and green-winged and cinnamon teal, plus clouds of specklebellies and Canadas. The...

  • Duck Hunting in Oregon

    I enjoy hunting The Beaver State almost as much as I do my home state of Washington. Almost. On the plus side, there’s plenty to do in Oregon ; cacklers in the Willamette Valley, puddle ducks on Sauvie Island, divers on the mighty Columbia and specklebellies near Klamath Falls on...

  • Duck Hunting in Colorado

    OK, so Colorado doesn’t come to mind as a top waterfowling destination. But it’s a seriously good place to hunt ducks in the classic Western styles. More on that later, because we need to start somewhere else: geese. Here’s the rare state where hunters shoot more honkers (and white geese)...

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