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NASP world championship sees record double participation
When 2,907 archers from 22 states and 2 Canadian provinces met June 29 for the 2013 NASP® World Championship, it was the third largest archery tournament next to the Kentucky state tournament with 4,250 students and the 2013 NASP® National Tournam...

Hunting the Dead Zone
In the dozen vigils from my pond-side stand during New Jersey's almost three-month-long bow season in 2006, I never saw the buck that chose to show itself during the doe-only blackpowder season. Seeing such an off-limits animal in that mid-Novembe...

The Stick in the Eye
I recently read Buckmasters Tip of the Week about how flashlights save lives. This reminded me of something that happened to me last year while walking to my treestand in the dark.

Fence Envy
Brownsville, Tenn., deer hunter Vance Holmes began the morning of Nov. 26, 2005, like most – unsure what the day’s hunt would bring. His nephew Eric Holmes was tagging along. Eric, who was visiting from Richmond, Ind., had never been deer hunting...

Bob-tailed Deer
Bob, I've noticed over the past couple of years that a few of the bucks roaming my property in Eastern Pennsylvania have short, stubby tails.

Will Primos' Cheesy Chicken Chili
I've put my own spin on this recipe using red meat from wild game. I've found substituting deer or elk for chicken works great. Although it won't be white chili anymore, you can use backstraps for a wonderful variation. Slice the backstrap as thin...

Tennessee Roller Coaster Ride
-- This trip with my 11-year-old grandson, Kruz, didn't start out like the previous five years. This year was different and we both knew it. Both of us were filled with anticipation of a successful hunting trip, of bringing home antlers or at least...

Non-resident military can purchase NC license at resident rates
From North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- Effective July 1, military personnel who are not residents of North Carolina can purchase a short-term or annual hunting, trapping or fishing license at resident prices.

Free Mathews DVD!
Watch as Lee Lakosky, Pat Reeve, Stan Potts, Tom Miranda and more put the all new Mathews Creed to the test in 18 exciting hunts on the 2013 Mathews DVD!

Break-Open Muzzleloaders
The most beautiful rifles to ever grace the American landscape were built by immigrant Germans who were mistakenly called “Pennsylvania Dutch.” When asked by area residents what nationality they were, these grand masters said, Deutch — German — wh...

Look Out Behind You!
We've all hunted stand locations where deer will approach from any direction. It's incredibly difficult to monitor several areas at once, especially if a trail is directly behind you.

Maillet Moxie
When speaking of the "Maillet Bear" in New York, you'd better be more specific. Because there are two of them. Two Maillets. Two bruins. The first, with a noggin spanning 21 2⁄16 inches, was arrowed back in 2003 by Anthony Maillet. It has since b...

King of the Mountain
Weather during last year’s deer season was unusual, to say the least, for us in Virginia. We’d see two days in the 60s to 70s, drops into the teens for a few more, then more temperature spikes. This made the deer hunting nearly impossible at times...

More About Nocturnal Bucks
Bob, my Dad and I hunt next to a refuge where we get tons of trail cam pictures. We've captured three really good bucks on film, but all were taken at nighttime.

Fur Taker's Delight
To some, a rifle is a rifle is a rifle. If it hits generally where it’s looking and delivers ample power to put the target in the freezer, it’s good enough. For the majority of big game hunters, that’s pretty much true, but to a fast-growing segm...

Drop Tine Blues
-- I have lived my whole life in Louisiana, and ever since I was in diapers, I have loved the outdoors. I started bowhunting six years ago and found it to be the most rewarding and frustrating hunting of my life. In other words, I'm hooked. Three...

And What a Crown It Was!
Two years ago, my good friend and bowhunting partner, Dusty Boyko, was showing me trail camera photographs of some nice bucks he’d caught on film. After one look at them, I was sold. I needed a trail camera, but there was one problem: They cost mo...

Rut Phases
The rut … that magical time of the year for which all bowhunters live. Whether it’s the aggressive, sign-posting time of the prerut, the tongue-hanging-out ignore-everything chase and lock-down phase of the rut, or the try-to-find-leftover-does ac...

Vet Receives 'Hunt of a Lifetime!'
The Buckeye Chapter of the BADF in Ohio partnered with Dakota Outfitters in 2012 to honor and support our nation's military veterans by hosting their 2nd annual "Hunt of a Lifetime" for one lucky area veteran. Applications were accepted from all ...

Just Look at the Time!
Part of ethical hunting is being fully aware of legal shooting time and adhering to the rules, but keeping up with the time can be a challenge for hunters.
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