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  • Abundant Water Hampers Atlantic Flyway Hunting

    Date: Nov. 15, 2018 Locations: New England, New York, Mid-Atlantic and the Southeast Weather Trends Will it ever stop raining? Hurricanes, tropical storms, flooding, more flooding and rain followed by more rain. If there has been one common theme up and down the flyway this fall, it’s that it seems...

  • Duck Hunting in Louisiana

    If you grew up duck hunting in Louisiana, you'll probably never want to hunt anywhere else. Louisiana is the final destination for millions of ducks and geese each year during their fall migration. It’s no wonder the waterfowl hunting there is out of this world. The numbers don’t lie. Louisiana...

  • Duck Hunting in Florida

    The Sunshine State doesn’t receive as much attention from waterfowl hunters as many Southern states. Maybe that’s because Florida hunters shoot relatively few mallards or dislike the state’s quota-permit, limited-entry lottery distribution of hunting opportunity at many public areas. That aside, Florida offers some fantastic duck gunning during December and...

  • Duck Hunting in Georgia

    For a state that receives little mention in waterfowling circles, Georgia offers a surprising amount of variety and opportunity. Wood ducks reign supreme in the state, as Georgia hunters shot more than six times as many woodies — almost 124,000 — than any other species in 2017-'18. Wood ducks inhabit...

  • Pacific Flyway Hunters Struggle in Lull

    Date: Nov. 15, 2018 Location: Pacific Flyway, emphasis on western Washington So, I’ll be honest. To date, I’ve had more skunk hunts, during which not a trigger was touched, this season — and we’re only 30 days in — than I had during the entire 2017-’18 season, including the late...

  • Tex-Mex Grilled Mule Deer Backstrap with Smoked Queso Recipe

    Something about the cactus-covered desert of a mule deer hunt puts me in the mood for Tex-Mex food. For this one, we coated the backstrap from a New Mexico mule deer with a Tex-Mex seasoning blend, grilled it to a nice medium-rare on the Traeger Grill , and served it...

  • Bow Review: 2019 Mathews Vertix in Realtree EDGE Camo

    We all get excited when the new bows are revealed each year. A buzz is created just prior to the launch. And rest assured that Mathews’ 2019 flagship bow has lived up to the hype. Enter the Vertix. First off, we know that many of you have been asking for...

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    7 Steps to Tagging a Giant Buck from a Ground Blind

    Identical twins, Steve and Scott Esker, have taken seven giant Ohio bucks over 200 inches in the past 10 years, mostly from ground blinds. Their success is proof positive that ground-zero tactics can land the buck of your lifetime. And ground blind success has never been easier. Hunting from a...

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