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Entries for November 2013



Poetry in Motion
-- The story about my first deer hunt really started Christmas of 2008 when my parents got me my first gun, a .22 caliber Cricket.  My dad, Rich, and I started shooting at our sportsmen club and I got better each time. For years, I kept shoot...

Missouri youngsters check 18,676 deer in early hunt
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- Missouri hunters ages 6 through 15 checked 18,676 deer Nov. 2 and 3. It is the second-largest harvest on record for the state's early youth portion of the firearms deer season.

Mathews Unveils 2014 Bows!
Mathews Archery is excited to unveil the 2014 Mathews Creed XS and Monster Chill R! The Creed XS features a compact profile with the forgiveness and accuracy serious bowhunters demand.

Following in Granpa's Footsteps
Some of my fondest memories of growing up are of hunting with my dad. I could not wait to go to deer camp with him to join my grandpa, uncles and cousins. With the fire roaring in the fireplace and snow falling outside, the men played cards while ...

Never Assume!
This classic mistake has happened to me more times than I'd like to admit, and I bet it's happened to you, too. After sitting in the stand for several hours without seeing so much as a squirrel or bird, I would stand up to stretch or grab a snack ou...

Time of the Signs
Four hot scrapes followed a trail along the side of the ridge. Nevertheless, I remained skeptical after climbing into my stand just before dawn. You see, I had been beaten by so called hot scrapes too many times. You know how it works. You come ac...

Can Buck Fawns Grow Spikes?
Bob, is it possible for a 6-month-old buck fawn to grow spikes? We have a healthy food supply and good genetics, and believe we've seen a buck fawn with 2- to 3-inch spikes.

Endangered whooper spotted in Kansas
The first migrating whooping crane has been spotted in late October at the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, near Stafford in central Kansas. Whooping cranes, an endangered species, are North America’s tallest bird, some reaching 5 feet in height w...
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