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Dos and Don'ts of Doe Management
By Tracy Breen -- Harvesting does is a topic that all hunters seem to have an opinion about. If a hunter brought a doe back to camp when I was a kid, he would be ridiculed and sent to his tent without supper. Everyone believed that harvesting does q...

Traditional Lever Actions for Whitetails
By Randy D. Smith -- I've hunted white-tailed deer for over 30 years, and I have no idea how many I've harvested.  I consider a lever-action .30-30 carbine to be the perfect deer hunting tool. The .30-30 cartridge delivers a lot of moderate-ran...

Passing on a Family Tradition
By Robin Cochran -- I would like to tell you a story of the person I consider to be the world's greatest dad, grandpa and hunter. Bill Vetter Sr. began hunting when he was 25 years old. It all started when he joined the Charlestown Archery Club. He ...

Free Website Service Connects Hunters
From Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Research surveys show that finding a place to hunt is a barrier for many people in today's Texas, which is why Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has created the Hunt Texas Online Connection, a free websi...

Snake Mystique
By Steven E. Stillwell -- Since the beginning of recorded time, snakes have been labeled with bad reputations. Some of these ridiculous misconceptions stem from superstitions, others from religious dogmas, but the majority of these opinions are form...

Trials and Tribulations of a Texas Cull Buck
By Adam Corley -- It was the first weekend of January 2007, and I was down to my last hunt, my last morning, my last hour of what was for me a difficult deer season. As I sat in my box blind that cool South Texas morning, I was beginning to face the...

My Friend 'The Big Red Monster'
By Everett Krause -- What a bowhunting vacation I had been having in Ohio. I had taken 12 days off work to hunt the rut, which starts in early November. The early season up to this point had been great with lots of sightings, and I had passed on qui...

Black Hog Down
By Roark Russell -- ENTERPRISE, Ala. -- Misty Morning, aka "The Buckmistress," star of stage, screen, Internet and deer stands, dropped by EA Outfitters "Swine so fine" wild hog hunting operation near Enterprise, Ala. Misty was t...

Welcome to Mayberry
By Leon DeLoof -- Last year during the third weekend of Michigan's bow season, my buddy and I were walking to our makeshift ground blind when two does and a nice 6-point buck jumped not even 40 yards from us. We trailed the does in hopes we would se...

Last Comic Standing
By Dan Andrews -- In early December 2004, a friend of mine named E.O. and I were invited to hunt on a friend's lease near Abilene, Texas. We arrived late on a Friday night and were greeted by another friend. In our minds, the lease was the ideal pla...

New Season, Old Friend
By Chuck Vereen -- It was November in Arkansas, and it had been unseasonably warm all week. On Wednesday evening, the weatherman enthusiastically announced a cold front was scheduled to hit Saturday morning, which happened to be the opening day for ...

Workin' the Wind
By Kyle Schwabenbauer -- My success as an archery hunter has sometimes been as unpredictable as a bottomland breeze.  There have been days when all the pieces came together and I actually believed I had "figured things out."  The...

Just Beyond the Tree Line
By Braden Arp -- Our stands have been stowed and the stories have all been told. Another season has come and gone. For some, the season brought success. For others, I suppose some regrets. No matter what the case, our daily countdown has begun in an...

One 'Good' Turkey
By Sherri Good -- This is the story of my first hunting experience and how I got there. In the fall of 2006, my dad gave me his 20-gauge shotgun after I completed a hunter safety course. After shooting targets for a few months, I announced to my ...

South Dakota Offers More Opportunities for Young Hunters
From South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission -- Two South Dakota hunting seasons have been expanded to allow more opportunities for young hunters and more opportunities are on the way. The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission has appro...

One Fine Buck
By Phil Fiene -- It was a frosty Kansas morning on Nov. 13, 2002. The weather was not great for a morning bowhunt. Days like this make it easy to stay under the blankets. However, it was the first day of pheasant season, which would result in a lot ...

Archery in the Off Season
By Tracy Breen -- Archery season has come to an end and bowhunters everywhere find themselves wondering what to do now. Most of us shot our bows daily for weeks before the season opened to get ready for our fall hunts. We fine-tuned our equipment ...

Going Large in Maine
By Val Faust -- My first year to deer hunt in Maine was 2005. My brother-in-law Al Woodbury has hunted in Maine at Forth Generation Farm and Guide Service, which is owned and run by Mike Farrar. Al has had great success due to the fact he has taken ...

No Ground Shrinkage Here
By Christopher Duncan -- I had just settled into my treestand for a vigilant morning of deer hunting on the next to last day of Wisconsin's firearms season. BOOM! The sound of my father's .30-06 erupted in the morning air. BOOM! Another shot cracked...

Six Days, Seven Bucks and 70 Pounds
By John Bradley -- The excitement of the trip reached fever pitch as we loaded my son's bags in the truck. Finally, we were leaving in the morning for our trip to Hudson Bay located in Saskatchewan, Canada, with Dahl Creek Outfitters. I was going to...
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