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The Ultimatum
It was the second day of his second year hunting in Illinois, and Jarrod Toms was hot, tired and discouraged. He'd been lugging a stand and his bow since lunchtime. It was getting late, and he still hadn't found the right spot. Jarrod's wife had ...

Don't Skimp On The Big Three
There are areas of hunting where I'll settle for less, but not so with my archery gear - especially the big three: my bow, arrows and broadheads.

The Other Red Meat
“HOLY DEER!” That’s not precisely what Jim Fulks said when he walked up on the drop-tined monster lying on its side in the snow. But it’s close enough. Like so many Canadians who love hunting, Jim had often dreamed of being in a snowy place where...

New Food Plots
Bob, I found an approximately half-acre clearing where I want to create a food plot. I live in Tennessee, so the summers are very dry and hot. When and what should I plant to get those big bucks coming to my plot? Also, what is the best food for deer...

The Best Aunt Ever
-- I had left school early to get to my hunting spot at the right time. I traveled to a field on our family farm in Carroll County, Ohio, and put a hang-on stand in an old tree where my Great Aunt Kay used to hunt. She passed on a few years ago, bu...

The Truth About Long-Range Shooting
Ever since humans first threw a stone to kill a bird, we’ve been searching for tools that can extend that range: slingshots, muzzleloaders, centerfires, rangefinders. To facilitate extreme-range sniping, today’s hunter can use VLD bullets, multi-...

Parting Gift
Gene Figge had no way of knowing that the 2004 season would be his last to hunt the Jersey County, Ill., farm his family had enjoyed for nearly three decades. About a month after deer season ended, the landowner died, and the property was sold. T...

Relocate Lost Turkey Calls
Have you ever sat down to call a turkey and somehow managed to get up, move and forget you left one of your prized box calls or slates still sitting on the ground? In the heat of the moment, it's easy to lose a call, especially strikers, if you do...

Persistent Archer Goes Public
Scott Fowler could hardly believe his eyes. An 11-point buck was slowly making its way to the edge of the woods across the Missouri soybean field. A mature animal, it took a few minutes to check out the deer that were already feeding and sort out ...

Chewing Tobacco
I'm a tobacco chewer, and three times this season I witnessed a buck stop and stick his nose right into a spot where I'd dumped a spit cup.

Best Moment, Hands Down!
-- When I was in elementary school, I randomly came across a deer hunting computer game. Believe it or not, that's where my desire to go deer hunting started. I quickly became extremely interested, and when I was in 5th grade I got my first hunti...

A Different Kind of Boresighter
Wheeler Engineering, which is part of the Battenfeld Technologies family of companies, has come up with a boresighter that works on a totally different principle. The purpose of all such devices is to enable one to adjust a newly mounted scope to ...
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