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From trophy bucks and exotic hunting trips, to wild-game recipes and the latest hunting gear, Realtree has photo galleries that every outdoorsman will enjoy.

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The Trouble with Jakes

Some hunters get aggravated by jakes. Their immature antics smack of teenage boys stumbling their way toward manhood. They can be both funny and endearing, yet frustrating and overbearing as they come of age. Check out the gallery for a light-hearted look at how jakes live the “teens” all in...


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Clean Your Turkey Gun in 5 Easy Steps

Turkey season is over in many states and will be soon in others. Memories of strutting longbeards are still fresh in your mind, and hopefully there’s some fresh turkey breast in the freezer. But before putting your gear away, take a few minutes to clean your shotgun and ensure it’s...


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Crop Check: What Do Wild Turkeys Eat?

Wild turkeys have big appetites. From large-bodied adults to broods of rapidly growing poults, they require considerable amounts of food. Their diets are varied, not only by region but by the season. Think of them as foodies of the bird world, with about a hundred different dietary items on the...


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10 Archery Mistakes That Can Result in Injury or Death

Mistakes. We all make them. But these are the types of mistakes you don’t ever want to make. Sure, you or whoever is affected might come back from it. But you (or they) might not. Take precautions and use common sense to prevent these 10 things from happening to you...


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5 Things You Need to Know Before Introducing a Woman to Bowhunting

Of archery’s recent popularity surges, perhaps the most prevalent is women joining us on the archery range and in the bowhunting woods. It’s a powerful movement and one the hunting industry needs. In the past decade, I’ve had the privilege of introducing my mother, sister and wife (then girlfriend) to...


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Backpack Hunting Public-Land Turkeys

Eastern hunters sometimes view terrorized turkeys as a net positive. Egos are inflated by the belief that “my gobbler is smarter than yours.” Truth is, turkeys are turkeys, and whether or not they’re “call-shy” is influenced more heavily by repeated conditioning than genetics. But I’m not too proud to admit...


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Build Your Own: 7 Tips for an Ultimate Home Shooting Range

The old saying “practice makes perfect” is never truer than when it comes to shooting. But who has time to load up and run to the closest shooting range a few times per week? And once there, you get to deal with the constant crowds, the tactical Range Rambos, the...


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7 Expert Big Game Hunting Tips from the Pros

The experts. They know a thing or three about bringing down big game. That’s why we’ve tapped into the Realtree pro staff to dig into their knowledge of the animals they pursue. Here are seven top tips for hunting the big ones.


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10 Best Food Plot Planting Tips

Raising. Growing. Cultivating. All hard tasks. Just ask mothers, fathers and alfalfa farmers. Or, check with a food plot planter. They know it, too. You’d think it simple to get a green shoot to appear, thrive and grow tall. But it isn’t. And therefore, it’s good to follow best practices...


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5 Reasons Wildlife Benefits from Timber Harvests

Just purchased a new hunting property through Realtree United Country ? Trying to help someone else make big decisions on their hunting land? Selective timber harvest is a very important part of the habitat management puzzle. Here are reasons wildlife benefits from timber harvests.


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Traditional Treestands: The Lost Art of Wooden Ladder Stands

My arms grew weary with each swing of the axe. Dad told me he’d finish the job. But I was too stubborn. My toothpick kid arms produced little momentum, but repetition and precision eventually achieved the goal. The thigh-sized cedar toppled to the ground. I felled that tree. We proceeded...


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Easy Does It: 5 Expert Tips for Bowhunting Turkeys

There was a time when I thought I’d never kill a turkey with a bow. They hung up out of range, or caught me tugging into full-draw when they got close. When I did get a shot, they all too often escaped, even when hit well. Those were different times...


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