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10 Reasons African Plains Game Help Prep for Deer Hunting

Sooner or later, every hunter dreams of hunting in Africa. If you are bowhunter, the time has never been better as prices are ridiculously low. Consider this: A hunt for elk, caribou, whitetail deer, pronghorn and wild hog for $3,999, with all meals, transports, and licenses included. In North America,...


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The Top 10 Deer Hunting Blog Posts of 2018

I'm a deer hunter from Kentucky that grew up slinging arrows and bullets at pressured river-bottom whitetails. If it’s deer or turkey season, you’ll find me high in an oak tree or sitting up against one. And I enjoy spending that time in the outdoors with my wife, Kathryn, as...


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The Top 10 Deer Hunting Articles of 2018

Deer hunting. It makes our heart beat, blood boil and adrenaline pump. Sure, we partly do it for the thrill. But that's a small part. We also do it for the healthy venison, camaraderie with family and friends and memories made in the field. Here at Realtree.com, the content we...


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The Most Read Realtree.com Articles of 2018

Here at Realtree, we pride ourselves in the content we produce for Realtree.com readers. We not only tell the outdoor story but we live it, too. And we strive to create the type of content that both educates and entertains. Here are 15 of the most-read articles from 2018.


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Your Realtree Treestand Selfies

We can't be in the stand with you, but we wish we could. After all, you're part of the Realtree family and family members like to be there to support one another. But since we can't accompany you on your hunts, we asked you to share a little piece of...


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9 Late-Season Deer Hunting Tips from the Pros

The late season is a time to pull a last-minute fast one on that deer that’s been eluding you since September. Chances are you’ve swung and struck out. Maybe more than once. It’s also possible you’re just now finding time to get out there. Regardless of your circumstance, we’ve compiled...


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7 Reasons You Didn’t Kill a Late-Season Buck

It’s cold outside — very cold. Bone-chilling temperatures. Skin-slicing winds. Eye-blinding snow. It’s a winter not-so-wonderful wonderland out there right now. But hey, it’s still deer season, right? Actually, for most, deer season is over now. A handful of states still have a few days (or weeks) to go just...


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Berne® Realtree EDGE Camo Holiday Gift Guide

What are you going to get the hunter in your life for Christmas this year? We promise you can't go wrong with a Realtree EDGE camo apparel item by Berne®. Berne has been designing workwear since 1915, so the folks there know how to make quality clothing that is durable,...


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5 Wild Game Appetizers for the Big Game

Are you a die-hard sports fan? Love to cook wild game? Want to please the crowd? These are the recipes for you. Check out these five recipes, and then drop by Michael Pendley’s Timber 2 Table blog for many more food options to prepare for the big game.


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Unique Realtree Camo Christmas Gifts

What do you get the hunter who already has all the hunting gear he or she needs this Christmas? Why not put something a little different under the tree this year? What do I mean? Well, check out these unique Realtree camo Christmas gifts for an idea. We bet you'll...


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Realtree Camo Gifts Under $50

A great Christmas gift doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. In fact, you don't have to spend more than $50 for a gift the outdoorsman or woman in your life will absolutely love. Just check out the options below. Any one of them will brighten your hunter's...


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Realtree EDGE Camo Hunting Gear Gifts for Deer Hunters

The holiday season is upon us. Black Friday shopping. Christmas shopping. Late-year birthdays. They’re all here. And it’s time to get down to business. Do you have that deer hunter in your life who needs some camo for the backwoods? We’ve got the gear guide for you. You’re welcome.


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Realtree Camo Stocking Stuffers Under $25

Help Santa out this Christmas with Realtree stocking stuffers that'll make emptying out that stocking as exciting as unwrapping the gifts under the tree. The outdoorsman or woman in your life will be thrilled with any one or an assortment of these cool Realtree items. Best of all, each of...


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10 Things That Will Make You a Better Deer Hunter

As deer hunters, we’re always striving to improve. That’s the name of the game, after all. We work hard to improve our craft and to become more efficient and effective in everything we do. And when we don’t improve, we regress. There’s no such thing as staying the same. Here...


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Vote for Your Favorite 2018 Realtree Tattoos

We asked for images of your hunting and fishing tattoos, and boy did y'all deliver with some of the coolest ink we've seen in a while. We selected some of our favorites among scores and scores of awesome submissions. Now it's your turn to pick your favorite tat. Let us...


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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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7 Ways to Not Get Invited Back to Deer Camp

Some of my fondest hunting memories aren’t of hunting at all. They center around deer camp. The camaraderie of friends and family, some distant and seen only for these few days a year. Watching sparks rise from a campfire until they blend with the bright stars of the night sky...


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5 Invasive Species That Are Threats to Whitetails

White-tailed deer are as successful as they’ve ever been across the country. However, that doesn’t mean they’re immune to the invasive species that they’re forced to share a home with. Some of these are obvious threats to our favorite big game, but others are more cynical than they appear.


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5 All-or-Nothing Plays for Lockdown Phase Bucks

I remember my first Kansas hunt quite well. I arrived just before dark on November 11, 2007, and immediately hung a stand so I could hunt the following morning. Joining me on the hunt and to run the video camera was my mother. We climbed into that ancient cottonwood tree...


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15 Steps to Forge Your Own Deer Skinning Knife

Next to your firearm or bow, a good knife might be the most important tool you take afield. A quality knife is more than a tool. It is the bridge between the taking of an animal and food on the table. A great knife feels alive in your hand, balanced,...


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