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  • Watch as 45 Rattlesnakes Are Removed From Under Texas House

    A professional snake remover thought he'd be removing only a few rattlesnakes from under a house in Albany, Texas. The homeowner, who had called for assistance, said he'd climbed under his house to restore his cable and had spotted "a few snakes." But when the folks with Big Country Snake...


  • Jamaican Jerk Squirrel Recipe

    Squirrel doesn’t get the respect it deserves when it comes to wild game meats. Mild, nutty, flavorful, squirrel meat can be the featured protein in any number of recipes. For this dish, we substitute squirrel for chicken in the classic Jamaican Jerk-style dish. Full of spice and heat and with...


  • When to Turkey Call and When You Shouldn't

    As a teenaged turkey hunter, my late dad imparted words of sage turkey hunting advice to me. One of his insights has served me well over the years: "Sometimes turkeys that have been gobbling will go silent on the way in." You, in turn, might also want to shut up...


  • Turkey Hunting in Wisconsin

    Wisconsin had long been a sleeper state for turkey hunting, but folks are finding out about it. Here's why. Non-resident hunters will find the license/stamp affordable. Also an almost ideal mix of habitat across the state's southern two-thirds: hardwood forest, farm fields, pasture land, river and creek bottoms, grassland and...


  • Spring Thunder: Onion Patch Gobbler

    It's opening day of the Alabama turkey season. Realtree's Tyler Jordan and Phillip Culpepper draw to see who gets to hunt the "Onion Plot Gobbler." Watch this video to see who wins. After, they get in close to where the hit-list turkey has been roosted and have one awesome hunt...


  • How to Hunt for Morel Mushrooms

    Spring turkey hunts often have a way of turning into morel hunts for the fortunate hunters who live where the delectable wild mushrooms grow. Though gobblers can be fickle and hard to find at times, morels are usually a sure bet after daytime air temperatures start averaging beyond 65 degrees...


  • Turkey Hunting in Iowa

    Some might say Iowa deserves an A. That's likely going to come from resident hunters. Others might give it a B, even a C, depending on whether they can afford it. It hasn’t had a real winter in years, so survival rates have been good. Couple this with some good...


  • Waterfowling Notes Bring Affirmation, Surprises

    Hunting journals let us revel in past hunts. Better, they provide tremendous insights for future efforts. I’ve written about this before , telling waterfowlers what details they should record in their journals and how they can interpret that to improve hunting. But while paging through my records recently, I wondered...


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