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Cloth Bow Case Carrier
If you've ever walked to your stand on a cold morning while wearing a coat, you're fully aware of how much you can sweat. This happens even when temperatures are well below freezing.

You Don't Wanna Go in There
When Davis Smith of White Hall, Ark., lost his deer lease to a group of guys with deeper pockets a few years ago, he felt like a fish out of water. He tried swimming with several small hunting clubs after that, but he never found one he really lik...

Like a Buck on a String
Russ Nobbe’s mind was working a mile a minute. It was 9:55 a.m. on Nov. 17, 2005. The archer, 22 feet high in a treestand above the forest floor of a heavily timbered tract in east central Illinois’ Monroe County, was busily assessing nearby trees...

Take time to check for ticks!
As the weather warms and families spend more time outdoors, don’t forget to check for ticks. All tick bites should be taken seriously because ticks are the leading carriers of diseases to humans in the United States, second only to mosquitoes worl...

All Busted Up
Bob, we have a lease in Alabama, and over the years we've noticed virtually all our racked bucks seem to have broken tines. I realize that during the rut bucks are pursuing does and might have occasional fight, but it would seem that every now and...

Honeymoon in Camo!
-- My wife Sunny and I got married last October. Before our marriage, she had no experience with hunting whatsoever. Since I'd grown up in an outdoors family and hunting is a huge part of our lives, I wanted to take my new bride to shoot my .22-25...

Gun Barrels: The Long & Short of It
There are times when a long barrel on a rifle can be a real plus. At other times, it can be anything from a minor inconvenience to a genuine liability. As for short barrels, they exact a toll in terms of velocity, steadiness of hold and tracking, ...

Participation up 8 percent in venison donation program
From Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- More Wisconsin hunters and meat processors donated venison and volunteered time to provide venison to people in need in 2012. Participation in the program was up 8 percent over 2011, likely a re...

Nobody Said it Would be Easy
I got into the deer hunting game late. Until a friend offered to teach me the ropes in exchange for sharing the hunting rights on another buddy's Clark County, Ohio, farm, I'd always been content to hunt small game. Lynn's property had been my ra...

Treestand Maintenance Tips
If you're like most hunters, the reality is beginning to set in that deer season has ended until fall. The good news is you now have months to tweak last year's stand sights and strategize for the upcoming season. Millennium encourages you to put ...

NY 2012 deer harvest up 6 percent
From New York Dept. of Environmental Conservation -- Hunters took approximately 243,000 deer during the 2012-13 hunting seasons, an increase of 6 percent over the previous year.  There were 124,000 antlerless deer and 119,000 adult buck...

Soybeans For Food Plots
The farms surrounding my hunting area will be planted in corn again for the upcoming 2013-2014 hunting season. I've considered planting two or three soybean food plots, which will be surrounded by corn and available after the corn is harvested.

Yamaha Assembled in the U.S.A. Sweeps!
Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., is running an "Assembled in USA" Rhino sweepstakes to raise funds and awareness for Honored American Veterans Afield and Feed the Children. Each $5 donation via online entry serves as a chance to win a new Tactical Blac...

'It's On!'
-- My son, Lance Johnson, was 9 years old on the opening morning of Alabama's 2012 Youth Turkey Hunt, three years after being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. This is the story of his first turkey. Despite difficulties of living with diabetes, Lanc...

The Do-It-All .22-250
The .22-250 Remington is the most versatile .22 centerfire cartridge, used for everything from casual plinking to long-range varmint shooting and occasionally even big game hunting. It's been around in one form or another since the 1930s, when ex...

Make a List, Check It Twice!
It never fails. You settle into your stand and suddenly realize there's something important you forgot. We hunters use so much gear, it's easy to accidentally leave items miles away at home.

Hunting Industry Loses Mike Strandlund
It is with great sadness that the associates of Grand View Media inform you of the passing of Mike Strandlund, editor of Bowhunting World magazine, editorial director for Grand View Outdoors. Mike died suddenly while on vacation. He was 56.

Hooked on Kansas
As my friend, Todd Leighton, and I pulled into the hotel parking lot on Monday morning, Nov. 10, 2008, Another buddy of ours, Jason Kindzia, was packing up to depart. He'd harvested a 135-inch 9-pointer the previous day and was about to leave Kans...

Public's Approval of Hunting Rises
The National Shooting Sports Foundation reports that a new survey shows 79 percent of the American public approve of hunting. This marks the highest level of support for hunting since 1995, according to data compiled by Responsive Management, an i...

God Smiled On Me
It was a hot, sunny November day in west Tennessee. The mosquitoes were out, and it was about 80 degrees. I had two hours before my 13-year-old daughter’s basketball game, and I was itching to go deer hunting. Most people hunt for food here. With ...
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