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In Praise of the .375 H&H
I’d been skirting the field for more than an hour, working the wind and the few bits of South African thornbrush that served as cover to get as close as possible to the ancient ram that lorded over the resident blesbok herd. I was still 305 yards ...

Keep Watching Online
By early summer, three new bald eagles will take flight from the area where last year, a young bald eagle fledged from a nest within the city limits of Pittsburgh. It was the first time that occurred in perhaps 200 years. This year, a pair of eagles ...

GAMO Unveils New Recon G2 Whisper
Gamo Outdoor USA has expanded its Youth Precision Airgun line for 2014 and has introduced the newly redesigned Recon G2 Whisper™. The Recon G2 Whisper™ is the most advanced Youth Airgun rifle from Gamo Outdoor USA and includes many of Gamo’s top feat...

'Enough Gun' Important
Deer are supposed to be masters of adaptation. When the pressure’s on, America’s favorite and most plentiful big game animal tends to disappear faster than pepperoni at a Pizza Hut buffet. Thus, with all due respect, the buck Tim Fields shot on ...

Reflective Tape Tricks
Here is a great tip for still hunters and hunters who use treestands. This simple trick will allow you to easily see which way the wind is blowing and, for only about five dollars.

No Brakes
Nov. 7, 2006, was my first day back East after a successful 10-day BLM land elk hunt in Idaho. It was also the first of a 15-day on-call work block. The good thing about being on call is that I can hunt when I want, as long as I’m ready to head to...

Sticky Lungs?
We get lots of questions about whitetail oddities, but this week’s question deer lungs is definitely a new one.

Pawpaw Comes Through
-- My name is Ethan, and I am 8 years old. I got to go hunting for the first time during the last youth hunt of the 2013 season in Breathitt County, Kentucky. Since my dad had to work, my papaw took me hunting. We hunted in the morning on Dec. 28...

Firearms Industry Economic Impact
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- The total economic impact of the firearms and ammunition industry in the United States increased from $19.1 billion in 2008 to $37.7 billion in 2013, a 97 percent increase, and the total number o...

Beat Wind Drift Without Magnum Recoil
Anyone who has ever pulled the trigger on a Daisy and watched the BB arc and curve toward its target understands wind deflection. The stronger the wind, the farther that BB gets blown off course. Anyone who has shot beyond 250 yards at game in a 2...

Sneaky Quadruped Trick
This tip might sound outlandish, but as someone who prefers to hunt on the move rather than sitting and waiting, I’ve learned a unique way to sneak up on white-tailed deer.

October Doldrums? Nah...
While running the indoor track at Western Illinois University in February 2007, I met a girl who lived only 14 miles from my hometown. Her grandfather, a farmer, owns about 900 acres of whitetail heaven that he usually leases to nonresident hunter...

GAMO Squirrel Master Classic
The gates of the Southern Sportsman Lodge in Montgomery, Alabama closed at the end of the 1st annual Squirrel Master Classic, the action has come to an end at the competition and everyone was returning home, everyone was really happy with the expe...

Three Deep Breaths
My husband, Harold (Bodean) Johnson, had a story in the Sept. 2006 issue of Buckmasters Whitetail Magazine called, “Daniel Boone Buck.” It’s been pretty hard living with him since then. In July 2006, we traveled 7 hours from Burnside, Ky., to Gree...

Size Matters
You can manage deer on small acreage, but you’ll need some neighborly help.

Bowhunting with a Passion
-- Since I was old enough to get out there, I’ve been hunting with my dad and brother. Years of hunting for rabbits, squirrels, raccoons, deer and coyotes have turned me into quite the addict. My parents raised me with the mindset that nothing was...

Get A Bird's Eye View
In 2013, a young bald eagle fledged from a nest within the city limits of Pittsburgh for the first time in perhaps 200 years. In the months before that first young bald eagle emerged, hundreds of people looked on from a distance.  This year, a...

Belly Down for Accuracy
It was a wild, exhausting stalk. Guide Reg Collingwood and I had spent five grueling hours climbing to the crest of British Columbia’s Skeena range. Once we reached the top, I flopped down to give my rubbery legs a rest, while Reg dug sandwiches a...

Misery and Mind Games
Through my experiences in sports and hunting, I’ve learned successful people are those who remain clear-headed, calm and patient under pressure. I’ve also noticed they remember to enjoy each and every moment God gives us, no matter the circumstanc...

Slip-Sliding Away
Hunters had been salivating over a huge buck for a couple of years. It was seen often enough to tantalize beholders and haunt their dreams, but it was never spotted during hunting season. With the clock winding down - on the last day of Iowa's 200...
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