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Ben McDonald Hunts 300-Pound Whitetail Buck

Ben McDonald, former Major League Baseball player, is also a dynamite deer hunter. He's lethal with a bow. Check out this hunt where he sets his sights on a 300-pound buck in Kansas. Don't Miss: 20 Deer Hunting Lies Your Granddaddy Told You Are you a deer hunter wanting to...


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7 New Bows That Make Great Camo Christmas Gifts

Are you hunting for a new bow this year? Have a loved one who is? We've got the lineup for you. Check out these new bows that are ready for the range and the timber.


The Ultimate Whitetail Hunting Bow

If you were setting up the ultimate whitetail bow , what would it look like? The Perfect Bow Whitetails are North America’s most popular game, but manufacturers continue producing bows not entirely suited to the playing field. Ultra-fast, super-short bows dominate the market. But speed is overrated, especially in a...


How to Find CRP Buck Bedding

Here we talk about mature whitetails and their tendencies to bed in CRP when given the chance. Learn how and where to find them. Don't Miss: 20 Deer Hunting Lies Your Granddaddy Told You Are you a deer hunter wanting to learn how to accomplish your goals? Check out our...


Chasing November: Rattling in 3 Bucks, Chasing a Big 10

Bill heads to his favorite rut stand in hopes of catching up with the “Lone Oak Buck.” Seth Sheldon continues to chase a big 10-pointer. Jared’s late-morning rattling sequence brings three bucks running in. Don't Miss: 20 Deer Hunting Lies Your Granddaddy Told You Are you a deer hunter wanting...


Bowhunter Arrows Giant Buck on Very Pressured Property

It’s easy to believe that only the best-managed properties can capably produce a 200-inch buck. Naturally, the odds do increase when bucks are allowed to reach a higher age class, and where nutrition and antler genetics are premium. But, even a pressured small property can produce a mammoth whitetail like...


How to Track a Buck in the Snow

By Bob Humphrey No doubt about it, the vast majority of whitetail hunting today is done from some type of elevated platform – treestand, tripod or shooting house. That wasn’t always the case. To this day, many northwoods hunters still practice the age-old art of tracking in the snow. So...


13 Ways to Keep Your Hands and Feet Warm in Cold Weather

I have a rare hereditary condition called Raynaud’s Disease. It’s a disorder that restricts circulation (blood flow) to your hands, feet, fingers and toes. This can lead to severe cold and painful sensations in your outer extremities — even when it isn’t that cold out. But, obviously, the colder it...


Chasing November: Getting Close, Emma’s Buck

Jared and Mike have a third consecutive encounter with hit-list buck named “Eli." But no shot is fired. Kane Gillette has success during the Illinois shotgun season and the Byers end their “rut-cation” by encountering their No. 1 hit-list buck they call “Nemo." Don't Miss: 20 Deer Hunting Lies Your...


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5 Big Game Hunting Packs That Make Great Christmas Gifts

Hunting backpacks are a fixture in modern hunting culture. They aren’t going anywhere. And there are many reasons why. But the underlying purpose — gear. We haul a lot of it into the backcountry each time we go afield. And a pack that can get the job done is crucial...


5 Tips to Plan Your 2019 Spring Turkey Hunts

What you do now – especially the questions you ask – can help make next season's gobbler-chasing campaign successful. 1. Permit and Lottery Hunt Deadlines? Such details can easily be forgotten during your busy days deer and duck hunting. Spring's hunts are far from your mind but shouldn't be. Check...


How to Hunt Winter Wild Turkeys

You'll never see more turkeys together than between now and the so-called spring dispersal. Winter flocks are typically big, from dozens to hundreds of birds, young and old. This time of the year, turkeys will be concentrated near the best food sources: picked-over crop fields, cow pastures and feedlots (they...


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