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  • 10 Aggressive Deer Hunting Tactics for Late-Season Whitetails

    Are you a diehard deer hunter? Still have a whitetail tag in your pocket with a few days of season left on the calendar? If that’s you, and you still have the mustard to get out and brave the cold, here are 10 aggressive deer hunting tactics for those last-minute,...

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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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ATA Show: New Bowhunting Gear in Realtree EDGE Camo

A plethora of new gear means it’s a new year in the outdoor industry. It seems all of the new gadgets and gizmos come out around the first of the year. And this year was par for the course. There have been a lot of new products introduced for 2018...


ATA Show: The 8 Coolest Products at the Trade Show

The ATA Show is usually the location and time when new archery and bowhunting products are released. This year was no different. The 2018 show in Indianapolis didn’t disappoint. There were many new pieces of gear that turned heads and have the potential to impact hunts (for the better) worldwide...


ATA Show 2018: 3-D Turkey Hunting Archery Targets

Arrowing 3-D turkey archery targets is both fun and practical. It's one way of making sure you're ready when a gobbling longbeard steps into range of your blind or open-ground setup and you draw back for the shot. We're on the ATA 2018 show floor checking out new products before...


Crossbows at the 2018 ATA Show

Things are looking good here out on the floor of the 2018 ATA show in Indianapolis, especially when it comes to crossbows. Several of Realtree's licensees are introducing new crossbows that are faster, lighter, more stable and precise than their predecessors and, to make it even better, a few of...


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North American Super Slam: 29 Big Game Animals You Need

For me, the true meaning of hunting is for food and adventure. It’s for sustenance of both the body and mind. And chasing big game animals has been a very large part of many lives across the world. Thus the Super Slam® of North American Big Game was born. Grand...


7 Questions You Should Ask About Doe Management

Doe management is a major part of deer hunting. The world we live in is much different than it was 30, 20, even 10 years ago. And as coyotes and other predators continue to become an ever-increasing factor, analyzing doe harvests will become even more important. That’s why we teamed...


5 Differences Between the Northern and Southern Whitetail Ruts

The rut is a magical time to be in the woods. Bucks are running around like teenage boys. Deer activity is rising. Tags are being filled. North or South, it’s a grand time to be a deer hunter. But what really are the differences between the northern and southern ruts?...


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5 Best Deer Hunting Uses for Duck Tape®

Duck Tape®. Every redneck and right-minded outdoorsman (woman) has some. And if they don’t, well, they ain’t American. The legacy that follows Duck Tape is quite fascinating from a country fellow’s point of view. How does a brand of tape become so engrained into the outdoors? It’s everywhere. Duck Tape...


5 Tips for Killing a Rutting Buck in the South

A lot of deer hunters say deer hunting the rut in the South is completely different than hunting in the North. While some aspects of that are true (timing of the rut, length of the rut, etc.), the fundamentals of rut hunting remain the same. Here are five tips that...


5 Places to Find Giant Late-Season Bucks

It’s the late season. It’s cold. Friggin’ cold. But you’ve still got a tag in your pocket. And I do, too. I’ve had a pretty darn good season. I killed a very nice Kentucky droptine buck early on during archery season. Since then, I’ve been a part of some great...


Gear Review: Hunter Safety System UltraLite Flex Harness

Treestand safety is the most important thing to remember when chasing whitetails. Why? It's the No. 1 cause of death in deer hunting. Not accidental gun deaths. Not wild animal attacks. Treestand falls. Hunter Safety System is here to help prevent that. Regardless of the brand, make sure you're using...


How to Stalk a Black Bear

It was a lazy October day, remarkable only in that I was outside and away from my desk with the forest an utter cornucopia of hunting possibilities. I was bowhunting tassel-eared squirrels with my good friends Dave Faiello and Pat Keith in New Mexico’s northern Gila National Forest. Essentially, it...


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