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Whitetail Glands and Scent Communication
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- Scent pheromones are instinctively utilized by whitetails to convey a realm of communication related to dominant hierarchy and sexual interactions. They are crucial for other social interactions - particularly ...

A Second Chance
By Kevin W. McDugle -- Nov. 2, 3007, I waited patiently with my muzzleloader in my treestand to see what whitetails would dare to show. As it always happens, a large white-tailed buck appeared but was too far away for a shot. The rack was huge. I w...

Not On My Channel
By Rick Baron -- Every time I turn on the television it seems that another professional hunter has just passed up a 150-class deer or better to wait for a bigger one. Later in the show, that same hunter jubilantly turns to the camera and mouths, &...

Part II: Mossberg 500 Features Wide Array of Options
By Randy D. Smith -- The longevity of the Mossberg Model 500 is in no small part the result of the "shooting system" approach the company has developed. A Mossberg Model 500 can be purchased in a configuration that will meet any shooting ...

Part I: Mossberg's Model 500 Shotgun - A Monument to American Gun Dependability
By Randy D. Smith -- In 1961, O.F. Mossberg & Sons introduced the Model 500, a groundbreaking, new pump shotgun design. Like many of the great American firearms such as the Winchester lever-action rifle, Colt Peacemaker revolver and Model 700 Re...

Bringing Home Bubba
By J.R. Reisinger -- I was grumbling on opening morning of Maryland's 2005 general gun season because I had to work. But that afternoon I decided to head out to an area I had been hunting during bow season. I was after a particular buck I'd seen the...

Playing by the Rules
By Tyler Sprecher   -- The months leading up to the 2002 Pennsylvania deer season held more anxious anticipation than usual for two reasons. First, it was the beginning year of new antler restriction laws, and more importantly, it would be my ...

A Greater Joy
By Daniel Powell   -- I always wanted to hunt deer. As a child, I hunted small game because my family was not interested in deer. These dreams of hunting deer never went away as I became an adult. By the time I was 30 years old, I had the oppo...

Giving Back
By Bryon Kelly -- It started with a telephone call to a person I had never met. I talked with Wayne Shadden of Shadden Tire and Service in Crossville, Tenn., about hosting a hunt for a few members of our military. A plan was instantly set in motion,...

25-Hour Black Bear Hunt
By Mac Moad Jr. -- I left my house tired but excited at 4 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, to meet up with my friend, Brad, in Booneville, Ark. I couldn't sleep the night before, so I spent most of the night watching Buckmasters deer hunting videos. My ATV...

Unexpected Trophy
By Jeff Redwine -- This past year, my family and I moved to Oklahoma for my job. I was eager to find a place to hunt and found a game warden willing to help. He suggested I try a plot of land that is managed by United States Army Corps of Engineers....

Beyond the Harvest
By James Catalano -- I moved from Mississippi to Missouri several years ago for work reasons and have enjoyed the hunting opportunities my new location has to offer. Coming from a state that has an extended rifle season to one that only allows 10 da...

Calling All Whitetails
By Michael Lee -- Hunters step out into the woods each fall with hopes of bringing that buck of a lifetime in for a shot. One of the most popular tools in a hunter's arsenal to make that dream a reality is the deer call. From the "can" sty...

IMR Introduces White Hots Muzzleloader Preformed Charges
By Randy D. Smith During Sept. 5-6, 2008, several outdoor writers gathered at Jody Starr Outfitters in Fowlerton, Texas, to hunt with IMR Powder Company's new White Hots muzzleloader preformed charges.  White Hots is a non-nitrocellulose-base...

Louisiana White-tailed Deer Researchers Release Study Findings
By Justin Thayer, Michael Chamberlain and Scott Durham -- The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and Louisiana State University initiated a deer telemetry project in fall 2006. The project, titled "Population Characteristics of a Wh...

The Conservation Community
By Tracy Breen -- If you are a serious hunter there is a good possibility that you own hunting land, lease hunting land or dream of doing one or the other. Finding 20, 40 or even 100 acres isn't very difficult, but coming up with the money to purcha...

An Unlikely Turn of Events
By Krystal Slagle   -- I moved to Virginia about six years ago. I was a city girl looking for a change of pace. The fresh air, mountain views and friendly people were a shock to me - it was a stark contrast to city life in Philadelphia. My m...

One for the Books
By Jimmy Rhodus -- In late July 2007, my daughter and I started watching a drop-tined buck near an apple orchard. We glassed the buck at least once or twice a week for the next month. When September rolled around, I had my Mathews bow dialed in and ...

Late Season Gift
By Howard Allen -- My cousin, Randy, owns 25 acres in Ross County, Ohio. I have hunted there for the last two years, and I have seen a lot of deer on this property. However, none have been close enough for me to take a shot. I told Randy that we ne...

Best Season Yet
By Shawn Adam Miller   -- I'm an avid outdoorsman with a college degree in wildlife biology. My wildlife career has afforded me the ability to work with many animals in a lot of different locations. As a result, I have had the opportunity to g...
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