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The Case for a Good Gun Case
Sitting in a window seat on a 737 jet, I casually watched two luggage tractors heading toward the plane, each pulling a wagon loaded with duffle bags and suitcases from various connecting flights. Suddenly, a gun case that had been teetering atop ...

Cactus Ugly
-- When I climbed into my treestand in Screven County, Ga., on Nov. 17, 2012, I couldn’t have predicted my hunt would end by taking a buck with one of the most unusual set of antlers I’ve ever seen. I’d been sitting in my stand about 30 minutes wh...

Avoid the Half Moon Club
Have you ever noticed how many hunters — even famous ones — have a little scar on one eyebrow or across the bridge of the nose? That's the telltale sign they've been cut by a riflescope.

Crane or Heron?
The great blue heron’s neck is in the shape of an S while flying, while the sandhill crane’s neck remains straight.

Oh-No-He-Didn't
It's easy for a bowhunting purist to scoff at the notion of taking a deer with a firearm. It's something few riflemen could understand. It's just not the same. Tracy Atchison knows. The 43-year-old railroad track supervisor from Kirwin, Kan., has...

Down Home Buck
The hunter sat still in the lock-on stand. He had put 22 screw-in steps in the tree that elevated him to some 30 feet above the forest floor, where a fresh buck scrape lay in plain view. It was getting late in the afternoon of Dec. 7, 2005, and Wa...

Nephew's 1st Buck Leads to Uncle's Tennessee Bruiser
-- I love hunting. The good Lord comes first, and then family, then deer hunting, but I really love deer hunting.  I've hunted in Rutherford County in Middle Tennessee since I was about 8-years-old, but I didn’t take my first deer until I wa...

Blasts from the Past
The two hunters, bent in stealth, padded down the winding, dry creek wash for more than a mile before stopping to get their gear in order for the final stage — climbing a crumbling wall to the prairie floor above. One hunter pulled two .45-70 cart...

Head'em Off at the Pass
Father and son could only watch, mouths agape, as the doe and an enormous buck rose from the CRP and bounded off to the next grassy field. The guys' bows and climbers were in the truck, locked away while they were investigating a possible stand si...

Natural Wind Detector
My favorite wind detection device is simple, readily available and occurs naturally.

Bottleneck Bucks
Every autumn, I begin bow season in a large white pine tree overlooking a woodland meadow that is home to three old apple trees. Deer travel a good distance, particularly in forested regions like the Adirondack Mountains to dine on this seasonal d...

Thanks for the Memories
-- I got my first buck on Dec. 12, 2009, and I remember it like it was yesterday. I was sitting in my treestand, waiting impatiently to see the woods wake up around me. A few groups of deer ran by in the distance, and I hoped they would go by my husb...

The Case for Iron Sights
For those who are wedded to scopes and consider iron sights relics of the past along with horse buggies and buffalo herds, bear with me. Iron sights still have many uses in the field. They are quick to aim, and with the correct type of sights, the...

Deer Addict
Either the Apocalypse or a flood would have to hit Massachusetts to keep Everett Brown from packing his bags and leaving home in November. Even then, there's no guarantee that hell or high water would prevent him from driving to Illinois when the ...

Ohio antlerless muzzleloader harvest up 18%
Ohio’s muzzleloader hunters checked 6,613 antlerless white-tailed deer during a two-day season, Oct. 11-12. That is an 18 percent increase from 2013, when hunters checked 5,608 deer, the first year for the antlerless muzzleloader season.

The Eyes Have It
With the average age of hunters being in the mid-40s, many of us are at the point in our lives when it pays to be aware of potential medical complications that can begin to creep in during midlife.

Born to Wander
Hunters have long been under the impression that white-tailed deer are relative homebodies, living their lives in a square mile or so of fields and woodlands on or near their birth places. Not so, suggests an ongoing study of deer travels being mo...

All in the Family
-- I’ve been hunting with my dad, Eric Jenderny, since I was old enough to walk. He taught me what his dad taught him about hunting. His best friend Bruce Rogers also taught me a lot about hunting, so what I’ve learned about deer and hunting, I ow...

The Bad News Buck
For my dad, getting up early on a cold morning, layering himself in camouflage and then sitting in a deer stand or duck blind rates right up there with breathing. He lives for (and because of) it! Half his wardrobe is camo, and I guarantee that he g...

Curiosity Killed the Buck
In my home state of Missouri, it is currently illegal to use bait for hunting deer or wild turkey. But I’ve figured out another way to attract them that’s perfectly legal, and it will work anywhere.
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