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How Lawsuits Impact Wildlife Funding
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  • A Step-by-Step Guide to Cleaning a Wild Turkey Gizzard

    While not everyone is familar with gizzards, those that know about them usually love them. Usually breaded and deep-fried, the gizzard is just as tasty as the heart and liver in a wild turkey. But unlike the heart and liver, which require only removal from the turkey and a quick...


  • How Lawsuits Impact Wildlife Funding

    By: Boone and Crockett Club Legal defense costs are an increasing drain on conservation funding today. Alarmed by the trend, the Boone and Crockett Club has launched a new examination of federal statutes that enable ongoing litigation at a high cost to wildlife and the American taxpayer. The Club’s primary...


  • 13 Things Public Land Deer Hunters Despise You For

    The public land scene is much like the private land venue, but with subtle twists. For those who’ve never hunted public land, these things might (or might not) be new to you. Some even apply to private land. But if you’ve spent any length of time hunting open-to-all properties, these...


  • 3 Deadly Public Land Rut Stands

    Serious whitetail hunters live for this magical time of the year; the three weeks in November when something amazing can happen at any moment. Bucks can be on their feet at any hour of the day or night. Core areas and home ranges become meaningless as the mature males of...


  • How to Elk Hunt on a Budget

    The elk hunt of a lifetime doesn’t require a guide or prime private ground. In fact, some of the best elk hunting out there is on public land It was the last morning of a week-long elk hunt on public ground. I already had a miss and a blown stalk...


  • Giant Internet Bucks Part 2

    Dan Miller had just pulled the trigger on what he believed to be a nice buck. Sitting over a white oak ridge in western Kentucky, he was hunting a two-day quota hunt in Pennyrile Forest State Park, and the buck, the first whitetail he’d seen all day, had suddenly appeared...


  • Giant Internet Bucks Part 1

    The Internet is a lively thing come deer season. As autumn progresses and bucks begin doing careless things like chasing does across open fields, bows thump and guns boom. Lots of whitetails fall, and every now and then, one of them is a true giant. The biggest of the big...


  • 5 Ways to Gain Arrow Speed and Keep Accuracy

    Deadly bowhunters strive for shooting consistency and top arrow speed. Here are five tips to help you maximize this combination. A slow hit is better than a fast miss. I’m a firm believer in that phrase. Just like well-thrown pitches and strikeouts in baseball, shooting accurate arrows is everything in...


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