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The 4x4 - Rifle Not Your Father's Mossberg
Recently I traveled to Wyoming to test a new rifle from, of all people, Mossberg. Sure, Mossberg makes great shotguns, but it isn’t the name that comes to mind when the talk turns to hunting rifles. I’d shot the company’s 100 ATR before and though...

Feather & Floss Wind Indicator
Bird hunters, save the downy feathers from your pheasants, doves, quail and grouse for a foolproof feather wind indicator. I like to attach a feather to an 8 to 12 inch length of dental floss, then tie the other end to my gun barrel and let the feat...

O Buck, Where Art Thou?
If the name Esker sounds familiar and the photo on the cover looks even more so, you might want to look back at the Winter 2009/2010 issue of Rack magazine. The smiling hunter is Scott Esker, shown with his 2008 buck. This time, Steve Esker is out...

Kentucky allows night hunting for coyotes
From Kentucky Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources -- New regulations allow hunters to use a shotgun to take coyotes at night year round. Lights or night vision equipment can only be used from February 1 through May 31.

Turnips & Clover
Bob, in late spring, I planted turnips along with some Imperial Whitetail Clover. The clover needs to be mowed, but I don't want to harm the turnips. Is this possible?

Bucking Cancer
-- You might remember Indiana's Danny Terril, who made the BTR Record Book in 2011 with a buck scoring 169 3/8 inches composite. Unfortunately, last season Danny was struck with pancreatic cancer.  On September 24, 2012, the avid bowhunter h...

Fire Eater
Two hundred yards and coming in at a full-out dead run . . . I'd barely taken up position behind some jutting rocks, turned on the wailing rabbit sound, settled down, and in the coyote came. At 80 yards, the 20-grain bullet moving just shy of 4,00...

Approach Animals from Behind!
My father always taught me that a deer's behavior is often deceptive, especially if it is injured or wounded. Deer will sometimes play possum, as they do instinctively as a fawn, allowing danger to pass by.

Mathews Aims for Cure
It is the most common cancer among women in the United States and is also one of the leading causes of cancer related deaths among women, regardless of race. We are talking about Breast Cancer, and the odds are good you know someone who has battle...

Missouri anticipates EHD affect on deer season
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- Although there are an estimated 1.4 million deer in Missouri, scientists anticipate a below average harvest this year with local differences in deer number, according to Emily Flinn, a resource scientis...
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