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The crowds of deer hunters are gone and the woods are again silent—and that terrain suddenly appears barren to most hunters. You’ve got an unfilled deer tag in your pocket,…
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From the time humans started hunting for food, they have been improving technology to increase their chance of success.  We each develop our own creed as to what works for…
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Stop Shouting At Your Hunting Dog!

Sunday, November 16 2014 7:00 pm - for Hunting Dogs
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Dog Training Tips Minus the Drama   Hunters who try to control their dog’s every move by shouting commands end up confusing the dog and setting it up for failure.…
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If you want to go western big game hunting but must stick to a budget, the following tips will help you stay comfortable and hopefully fill your freezer. Don’t skimp…
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When it comes right down to it, the most important piece of bowhunting gear we have is the broadhead at the end of our hunting arrows. A good broadhead will…
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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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