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  • Success Secrets from 4 Great Public Hunts

    Duck hunters can find great opportunities on public land from coast to coast. But they can also experience crowded, frustrating and futile hunts in those spots. Standard approaches won’t always work on public ground. Success often hinges on the details that many hunters overlook or strategies they refuse to embrace...


  • Set Up a Coyote Hunting Shotgun

    All we could do was stare at each other. My youngest son and I had set up at the top of a narrow, brushy draw that ran through the center of a picked bean field. Our plan was to hit the call and hopefully catch a coyote using the cover...


  • Pulled Duck and Country Ham Cheese Fries

    If you like cheese-smothered French fries, you will love this recipe. The duck breast gets salted overnight, slow-cooked in duck fat (confit), and then shredded, mixed with country ham bits, scattered over fries and covered with a creamy gruyere bechamel cheese sauce. It makes the perfect appetizer, and even has...


  • Ranking the Toughest Deer Hunting: No. 1 – The Southeast

    In the South, sweet tea tops the food pyramid, everything autocorrects to “y’all,” and Deep Woods OFF is the only perfume around. Oh, and the deer hunting sucks … especially if you’re a sucky deer hunter. It’s hard to kill a deer around here. So hard, in fact, that in...


  • Ranking the Toughest Deer Hunting: No. 2 – The Northeast

    When it comes to their deer hunting, northerners really do have reason to complain. As we continue our countdown, ranking the nation’s toughest deer hunting regions from easiest to toughest, the Northeast comes in at No. 2. Only one other region is consistently more difficult. HeadHunters TV’s Nate Hosie has...


  • Ranking the Toughest Deer Hunting: No. 3 – The Northwest

    When I hear Northwest, I think of mountains and lumberjacks, real ones and posers both. But it’s surprisingly good whitetail country, too. As we’re ranking the hunting in each region from easiest to toughest, the Northwest lands perfectly in the middle, at No. 3. Patrick Meitin is our resident northwestern...


  • Ranking the Toughest Deer Hunting: No. 4 – The Southwest

    All you have to do is shake a bag of shelled corn and all the Texas Booners come running in with tails wagging, right? Rattling works so well, it’s almost like cheating. At least, that’s what I’ve been told about deer hunting in the Southwest. Don’t get mad and kick...


  • Ranking the Toughest Deer Hunting: No. 5 – The Midwest

    No doubt about it, the Midwest is the nation’s easiest region to deer hunt. Manicured food plots. Plump ag fields. It’s all quite beautiful. And we’re using an unscientific, slightly biased system to rank each region, from easiest to toughest. When it comes to the easiest, the Midwest has it...


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