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Curiosity Killed The Bird
By Thomas W. Kullman Sr. -- I was going in the woods since we were blessed with our first open turkey season in Suffolk, Va. I had scouted the woods around the camp site but it appeared that a lot of people had the same idea. So I went to my second ...

Double Down
By Jeff Stephens -- Part 1: The 2005 bow season started out very slow. The property I hunt is 500 acres that consists of a dozen 30-acre cornfields separated by strips of heavy tree lines and two 40-acre woodlots. There are a dozen bow hunters who ...

Scoping A Winner
By Jason Crawford On the morning of Dec. 2, 2003, I woke up to the sound of my alarm clock telling me get up and go to work. It was a beautiful morning here in Madison County and it was certainly a nice day for hunting. Unfortunately, I had to drive...

The Shaggy Dog
By Ronny Savage -- Every year I look forward to the late muzzleloader season located in Northeastern Louisiana. The rifle season is only two weeks in that area and ends before the heat of the rut, but the late one-week muzzleloader season usually st...

A Deer Worth Waiting For
By Paul Falke -- The 2005 bow season in my area of Kansas was a success. I had seen and passed up more nice bucks than any other year prior to 2005. Now I was down to my last evening hunt before rifle season opened. I farm and live in east central ...

21-Gun Salute
By Randy Webb -- I was looking forward to the 2006 deer season, but circumstances would change things a lot. I found out in October that my father had lung cancer and that it had spread to his brain. He passed away Nov. 10, and his funeral was the d...

Wall Of Determination
By Nancy E. Flynt -- I've been hunting for about six years with my husband, Miles. I have had some luck, but I am still learning. This past season, I hunted hard every weekend at the Cypress Point Hunting Club near Bowman, S.C. I was determined to p...

Recoil Fundamentals


Breeding Scrapes


Silent Drives


People Tend to Stink


Deer Hunting's Public Enemy #1: A Buck's Nose


There's No Mystery to Rattling


No Deer On This Property
By Marcus McDowell  -- On Sept. 12, 2006, I was blessed with a beautiful baby girl, Mikayli Rose. Mikayli was the first child for me and my wife, Mallory. Spending quality time with family became my top priority. Mallory and I are avid bow a...

Slug Guns - The More I Use Them, The More I Like Them


Summertime's Whitetail Bachelor Grouping
By Tommy & Marie Kirkland -- Heat and humidity reminds us that the days of summer are here. The deer hunting gear is stored away for now. Yet the whitetails we pursue are concealed within the woods, engaged in obtaining nutrition, establishing...

Six Dependable Ways Not To Bag Your Trophy
By Russell Thornberry -- Here are six predictable reasons why hunters often fail to bag that trophy of a lifetime. With some advance planning, you can make sure they don't happen to you! 1) Long Stocks in Cold Weather As their eyes met in a ...

Penn. Offers Early Archery Application Guidance
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission While deer hunting seasons are more than two months away, Pennsylvania Game Commission officials and the Pennsylvania County Treasurers Association are urging deer hunters planning to participate in the new earl...
Buck Fever Brings on Asthma Attack - Read more...

Vermont Antlerless Deer Hunt Applications Available
From Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Vermont's antlerless deer hunting lottery applications for the muzzleloader season are now available on the Fish & Wildlife Department's website and at license agents statewide. The permits are only for...
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