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  • Police Shoot Mountain Lion That Killed Pets, Charged Officers

    Residents in a Fontana, California, neighborhood can finally breathe a sigh of relief thanks to quick-acting officers who shot and killed a mountain lion responsible for killing pets in the area. Homeowner Yvonne Martin spotted a mountain lion sleeping behind a bush in her backyard and called the Fontana police...

  • Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Backstrap Recipe

    I have tried backstrap prepared just about every imaginable way, including raw. I loved just about all of them. But this recipe ranks way up on my favorites list. It combines the flavor of a Philly Cheesesteak with grilled backstrap. How could you get much better? To stuff and roll...

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Check Out This Drone Footage of an 8-Point Buck with Does

Drones are becoming more and more popular and so is their use for filming wildlife by both biologists and hobbyist. Drones can certainly capture some awesome wildlife footage, like that above of the herd of white-tailed deer, but some question if drones cause too much stress to the animals. In...


Inside Look: Realtree MAX-5 Camo

Sure, MAX-5 is our waterfowl hunting pattern. But did you know it's great for deer hunting in certain areas, too? See how well it blends in cornfields, with grasses, and in other areas in the video above. Are you a deer hunter thirsty for knowledge? Check out our stories, videos...


How to Safely Hang a Treestand

Treestand safety is of the utmost importance. You owe it to your family, friends and yourself to stay stafe when hanging and hunting from treestands. Here is Steven Fuller of The Huntin' Grounds to show you how to do just that. Don't Miss: How to Introduce Someone to Deer Hunting...


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...


5 Things Your Neighboring Deer Hunters Hate

I’m the type of hunter who enjoys many different methods of hunting. And I understand that people hunt for different reasons. That’s why I’d never criticize someone for shooting a young buck, using alternative hunting methods, or for doing anything differently than what I prefer or am used to. As...


Introducing Realtree.com’s New Booner News

Do thoughts of giant bucks keep you up at night? Ever wondered about the stories behind the hunts for deer like the Hanson, Gibson and Lovstuen bucks? The Boone and Crockett Club has been keeping records for decades. And we've tapped into its big book of knowledge to bring you...


How to Deer Hunt Big Field Edges

Big field edges. I’m not very big on hunting them, except when I am. Allow me to explain. It’s very difficult to consistently kill mature deer out in the open. I’ve killed some nice bucks in such areas throughout the years. But situations have to be just right in order...


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...


How to Be Quiet While Deer Hunting

I can’t help but get a little annoyed when sticks start snapping and leaves start crackling. But the worst? When I see people walk to the treestand like it’s a walk in the park. Picking flowers on the way to the stand. Touching everything within reach. It kills me. Obviously,...


Onion- and Green-Pepper-Smothered Elk Steak Recipe

Big ol bull elk can be tough. This recipe is a great way to make those round steaks from the rear quarter so tender they can be cut with a fork. If your butcher runs your round steaks through the meat cuber, it will be even more tender, but the...


5 Tips for Great Walk-In Waterfowl Hunts

Sometimes, the duck boat must stay on the trailer. Secluded sloughs or hidden timber holes beckon, and the only way to reach these unpressured hotspots is on foot. I’ve enjoyed great walk-in hunts in the cattail marshes of Wisconsin, the parklands of Manitoba and across the pothole-rich eastern portion of...


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