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Time to Put the Camera Down!
-- I'd like to say I was in a serious mood on the way to my deer stand. You'd think I'd have been white-knuckled and tense about the possibility of bagging my first buck, but as an avid amateur photographer, I had other things on my mind. My husb...

Easton's Deep Six Catching On!
The 2012 introduction of Injexion arrows and Deep Six broadheads made for a pivotal change in state-of-the-art arrows designed and built for serious bowhunting.

Jason's Ladder
Jason Kirkland once was smitten with bowhunting in Illinois. Now he's found a new love.For at least three decades, better-than-average prospects of tagging an exceptional whitetail have drawn nonresident hunters to Illinois like bees to pollen. As...

Blackpowder Wine Cork Trick
As I was cleaning my muzzleloader after another successful season, I got to thinking about a way to plug the barrel and allow my cleaning solution to soak in the breech for as long as I wanted.

Hinge Cuts
Hinge cutting is a method of dropping trees to maintain a connection with the root system. About hip level, at a 45 degree downward angle cut, about 75 percent of the way through the trunk. On larger trees, take advantage of the tree’s natural inc...

Metamorphosis of a Trophy Hunter
A brace of obscenely top-heavy whitetails hang from Joseph Schneider’s wall, one a world record. A third record book specimen is now at the taxidermist’s shop. The man talks numbers, too. It wasn’t a “buck” he saw the other day; it wasn’t even a “...

Nurturing Wild Persimmons
I found eight young persimmon trees growing among 10-year-old planted pines on a plantation in southern Louisiana. I want to nurture these persimmons, so what's the best fertilizer?
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