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Here’s a to-do list you can actually look forward to making. Whether you hunt rabbits, ducks or deer, there’s no doubt you’ve dreamed of one day traveling the world in…
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At least when you see the white flag you know you’ve messed up. Think about how many bucks you didn’t see while hunting a bad wind. How many times throughout…
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ATVs are a popular tool for modern hunters. Part pack mule, part truck, part tractor – ATVs have so many uses that many hunters s won’t go afield without one.…
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When I first started big game hunting, most serious hunters handloaded their own ammunition. This was because the quality of the factory ammunition that was available was not always of…
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One of the hardest things to beat is a mature whitetail’s nose. The hardest would be the nose of a mature whitetail doe. I think the noses of some whitetails…
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Hard Lessons on Gun Safety

Wednesday, November 06 2013 3:00 pm - for Hunting Information
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Looking into the barrel of a loaded shotgun is as horrifying as gazing into the maw of a rabid dog. Looking into the barrel of a loaded shotgun held by…
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Seeing a bear while hunting is always thrilling. Sometimes it's a good thrill like seeing your first bald eagle. Other times it's a scary thrill, like seeing a rattlesnake coiled…
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Try the Woodcock Challenge

Monday, September 09 2013 6:00 am - for Hunting Information
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Every autumn, when the weather man announces the first cold front blowing down from the north, we get timberdoodles on our minds. One year, in mid-November, the phone rang at…
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Lessons in Snipe Hunting

Friday, September 06 2013 6:00 am - for Hunting Information
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No rabbits. No woodcocks. No quail. The coverts we hunted proved barren on a recent hunt in east Arkansas' Pine Tree Wildlife Management Area. After four hours of brush-busting, we…
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Hunting Lease 101

Monday, August 05 2013 7:00 am - for Hunting Information
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Like it or not, the practice of leasing hunting land is increasing rapidly in the United States. However, you don't need a trust fund or a six-figure salary to get…
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