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Entries for November 2012



Sportsmen's Act faces vote
From National Shooting Sports Foundation -- As the 112th Congress begins its post-election session, NSSF encourages all firearms owners, hunters and sportsmen to call or email their U.S. Senators and urge them to vote YES on the Sportsmen's Act (...

Rattler's Digest, Part 1
Once thought to only be effective in Texas, rattling works almost anywhere there are whitetails. Each year, big bucks are taken this way, and each year I am asked a wide variety of questions on rattling techniques. I do a lot of rattling and have...

Will Baiting Create Nocturnal Deer?
I hunt in the Sandhills of South Carolina, where it's perfectly legal to use bait, and all my neighbors adjoining my property put out piles of corn all season long. I've tried putting out corn and monitoring it with a game camera. I've found most ...

Mathews Introduces 3 New Bows!
For 2013, Mathews introduces three new models designed with the discriminating archer in mind! The Mathews Solocam Creed is the signature bow offered and is fueled by an all new high-performance SimPlex Cam. The McPherson Series Monster Chill is outf...

Browning BAR Mark II
Classic deer gun and semiautomatic hunting rifle are descriptions that don't seem to belong in the same sentence, but the Browning BAR is indeed a semiauto deer rifle of the highest order. Not only is it likely the most popular semiauto deer gun e...

Open the Deer Gate
Throughout my years of hunting, I've noticed deer can be pretty lazy at times. When it comes to jumping over or crawling underneath obstructions, they seem to prefer the path of least resistance. This is especially true when the obstacles are ditches...

Alabama's Finest
It was no small miracle that five Alabama men didn’t drown in the Tombigbee River back in 1956. Since none of them are alive today to tell the story of what happened 52 years ago, it isn’t known whether their johnboat was aluminum or wood, althou...

Missouri Fall Turkey Harvest
From Missouri Department of Natural Resources -- An increase in Missouri’s 2012 fall firearms turkey harvest confirms population gains that turkey managers predicted and hunters hoped for.

Take a veteran turkey hunting
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania Game Commission officials in partnership with the state chapters of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) are encouraging hunters to help veterans discover or rediscover the thril...

Do It Yourself
Successful deer habitat work requires thousands of acres of land, bulldozers, $60,000 tractors and expensive implements. Right? Wrong. The truth is, you can make dramatic improvements on your property, whether owned or leased, with a modest amount...

Persimmons: Devine Fruit?
The scientific name of the persimmon is Diospyros, which means, "divine fruit" or "fruit of the gods." I think most whitetails would agree. I've been at this game for a while now and have yet to find a more attractive natural food.

Three Beams and a Red Wasp
-- People have told me my unusual three-beamed buck is a trophy of a lifetime. It just so happens to be my first buck. It all started in late November during Oklahoma's rifle season. I was hunting just north of Pawhuska, near the Kansas line. My frie...
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