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Whether you’re choosing your first or your fifteenth deer hunting rifle, there are lots of decisions to be made. And with all the numbers describing the various deer rifle calibers…
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Rabbit hunters have long known that wild bunnies can carry diseases such as tularemia. Deer hunters have been hearing about diseases such as chronic wasting disease (CWD) for many years,…
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You’ve invested hundreds of hours on dog training to perfect its performance. However, for your hunting dog to perform at its highest level, you need to feed it a high-caliber,…
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Silence is sometimes golden, and when the woods are full of loud bugling and constantly mewing elk hunters, pressured elk simply go silent—and hunker deep into thick cover. Maybe you…
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At some point in your deer hunting career you will shoot a deer that runs out of sight before it dies.  The seriousness of the situation can range from the…
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It’s early in our bow season. I’ve got my stands placed and have watched a few deer show up under it. I haven’t arrowed an animal yet because I’m being…
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If you take care of gamebirds bagged in the hunted field or forest, they will take care of you at the dinner table. Having the right tools and techniques for…
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Standing behind a clump of tree trunks growing from one root allows Cavanaugh to hide behind individual trunks depending on the direction of approaching deer. Trucks also provide a solid…
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For many women, their first hunting experience is done with a borrowed firearm. It makes sense for women hunters to give it a try without spending a lot of money. However,…
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Stand placement is always a tricky thing. So many deer hunting factors need to come into play. One important thing I’ve learned over the years is to try to visualize…
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