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Encounters
To be a successful bowhunter, I’ve always held on to this theory: The more time you spend in the animal’s environment, the more you’ll learn about the animal, its habitat and even about yourself. This is especially true each time you encounter a w...

Every Trophy Has a Story
Your fellow hunters want to hear your deer tale. Send us your story and we’ll send you a great Buck knife!

Hunter or Hiker? Wear blaze orange!
Every fall, hunters and outdoor enthusiasts make a fashion statement when they don a bright, blaze orange article of clothing before they head outdoors to hunt or hike. Fluorescent orange hats, vests or jackets make you highly visible, one of seve...

Spotlighting Arizona's black-footed ferrets
During October, workers and volunteers with the Arizona Game and Fish Department will be looking for—and counting—an elusive nocturnal carnivore, the black-footed ferret. Because the ferret is almost strictly nocturnal, the means to document them,...

Tracking Clubber Nine
-- Finally, after 81 hours in the stand, I arrowed a buck I’d named Clubber Nine on Dec. 3, 2011. I’d seen him on my trail camera since October. He was distinctive with an impressive body and a right rear foot that apparently had been broken at so...

Backyard Buck: Lost and Found
It all started with a new hire, Mark, whose desk faces mine. As we came to know one another, our conversations ranged from work, fishing and boating to hunting. Mark had bought a house on the outskirts of Winona Lake, Ind., less than half a mile ...

2-D Man Decoys
As an avid bowhunter, I'll use every trick in the book, no matter how crazy, to fool a deer's senses. This particular tip will help deceive their eyes.

Solunar Tables
What does our Buckmasters biologist think of sun/moon charts for predicting deer activity? What do you think? Do you pay attention to game activity charts?

Gamo Outdoor USA
 Gamo launches new 'Varmint Hunter' airgun.

Time of the Signs
Four hot scrapes followed a trail along the side of the ridge. Nevertheless, I remained skeptical after climbing into my stand just before dawn. You see, I had been beaten by so called hot scrapes too many times. You know how it works. You come ac...

The 12-Year Wait
-- For the past 12 years, I’ve have been hunting on my dad’s lease in north Louisiana, Bienville Parish in Saline. I’ve only had a chance to shoot does. For some reason, I would never see a buck, and the two times I did see bucks, they were chasin...

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...

The Ultimatum
It was the second day of his second year hunting in Illinois, and Jarrod Toms was hot, tired and discouraged. He'd been lugging a stand and his bow since lunchtime. It was getting late, and he still hadn't found the right spot. Jarrod's wife had ...

Dental Care for Hunting Dogs
Many hunters and dog owners don't realize just how crucial oral care is for their best friend, or just how deadly dental disease can be. Some simple preventive measures can help extend the life of your hunting dog.

Spot On
They say a leopard can’t change its spots, but whitetail fawns definitely outgrow them. We know the spots help fawns blend in as a form of camouflage, but do they have any other significance?

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...

Cleaning a Rifle Bolt
Too many hunters neglect the primary moving part of their bolt-action rifle: the bolt. That’s a mistake, because a malfunctioning bolt is one of the chief causes of rifle failure, especially in freezing weather. If you want your rifle to go boom i...

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...

Laser Blood Trail Pointer
When it comes to trailing deer, the task can become confusing and difficult in the dark. Getting the blood trail right from the start is incredibly important and easy to mess up, especially if you have other hunters chipping in to help.

Vanishing Bucks
Have you ever wondered why you couldn’t locate a specific buck you hunted the previous season? For years, I would have high expectations and visions of the antler development on the leftover bucks after each hunting season. However, without fail, ...
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