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Become a Fall Turkey Hunting Teacher

It's tough to beat the sheer beauty of October sunlight falling through the red and yellow leaves of hardwood timber – unless, of course, you add to it a dose of kee-keeing and soft yelping from a scattered flock of turkeys. Then you have the recipe for something unrivaled in...


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How to Clean a Deer on Your Tailgate


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Pro Picks: The Best Time to Hunt Big Bucks

The rut gets all the glory, but I don’t know why. In reality, it isn’t the best time to hunt whitetails. At least, not for the hunter who prepares, scouts and patterns deer. For those hunters, it’s actually the worst time to be in a tree. Bucks aren’t very patternable...


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How to Build the Perfect Bowhunting Arrow

Arguing over arrow setups is a favorite pastime among bowhunters. And with the recent trends of heavier arrows and front-heavy setups, there’s plenty to argue about. Most of that commotion is due to the work of one man. In the 1980s, a bowhunter by the name of Dr. Ed Ashby...


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How to Buy a Bow for Your Kid

I love seeing young people interested in archery. But for parents, getting a child started shooting a bow isn’t quite as simple as signing up for tee-ball. Even if you’re a bowhunter or enjoy target archery, it can be confusing to figure out where to start and what to look...


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How to Call Fall Turkeys

In spring, you make hen yelps to fool gobblers. When you're fall turkey hunting, it pays to do the opposite. You should call like the turkey you want to pull into range. Want a young fall gobbler? Call like one. Targeting autumn longbeards? Gobbler cluck, yelp and gobble. Let’s break...


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Oak Tree ID Guide: The Different Acorn-Producing Tree Species

If you’ve spent any amount of time deer hunting in the timber, there’s a good chance you’ve hung a stand in an oak tree. Oaks are synonymous with whitetail hunting because of the acorns they drop in late summer and early fall. That mast crop gets a lot of attention...


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Don’t Be a Shooting Range Jerk

In a perfect world, all hunters and shooters would be able to walk out their back door and burn a few rounds any time the mood strikes. Need to sight in a scope or work up a new handload for your deer rifle? No problem, just set a target 100...


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Dove Hunting, the Perfect Family Sport

Friends, family and the outdoors, plus plenty of shooting and nice weather, make America's most popular game bird perfect for everyone.


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Deadly Nighttime Hog Hunting Strategy

Wild hogs love bait. As the old saying goes, they’re “greedy as pigs.” The normal hunting plan calls for setting up a timed feeder and then waiting in a nearby treestand or blind for pigs to appear. In country with a lot of hogs, the results are predictable and effective...


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6 Reasons Why Kids Love Squirrel Hunting with Dogs

Tobby Oaks neared his tailgate, and the excited whine coming from the dog box on the other side reached a crescendo. We were gathering our gear as Oaks unclipped the latch, and a flash of gray fur burst through the dog box door and past us. Rocky and Miss Squall,...


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6 Rifle Shooting Mistakes You Can Fix

Whether hunting or target shooting on the range, few things are more frustrating to a rifle shooter than hitting off-target. Even the most accomplished shooters sometimes find themselves falling victim to these common rifle-shooting mistakes. Here’s how you can recognize — and repair — the problem and get back into...


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