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Entries for June 2013

Life's Lessons on Opening Day
-- Back on a high ridge along an old cut trail stood a young man inside a makeshift hunting blind. Light filtered down through the trees, mixing with the mist that was rising from the earth. The smells, the quietness, the coolness - I can still pi...

The Hobby Gunsmith's Toolkit
Some folks cringe at the very mention of home gunsmithing, but tinkering with firearms covers a variety of tasks, from cleaning a gun to restocking one. I know some shooters who only load and fire their rifles, leaving all other tasks to a gunsmit...

Flashlights Save Lives
I edit hundreds of stories written by hunters each year and am constantly amazed at how many describe walking to their treestands in the dark with no flashlight. This is one of the most dangerous things a hunter can do because other hunters only s...

Postman Shoots Twice
I had been saving my vacation time from work for deer season, just like I have been doing every year since I became a rural mail carrier in central Oklahoma. When the 2007 bow season opened Oct. 1, it was so hot that it was hard to walk to my stan...

Needle in a Haystack
When James Essex of Cody, Wyo., traveled to his parents’ home in Missouri to deer hunt in the fall of 2003, he hoped to harvest a nice trophy. He wasn’t thinking about a record-book buck – any mature whitetail would do. The area produced the non-...

Food Plots & Planted Pines
Bob, I'm at wits end! I live and hunt in Louisiana on a nice lease. I took a 12-pointer my first year on this lease officially measured by a local BTR scorer at 159 2/8-inches, so we have good genetics.
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