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Two Bucks and a Prayer
By Mark Ashley -- It was early September, and I was on the way to my first hunt of 2004. Normally at this time of year, I'm practicing with my bow and waiting for deer season to roll around. In my home state of Alabama, opening day is usually around...

The Beginnings of a Young Turkey Hunter
By Dale Helgeson -- This past year, I was happy to receive a fall turkey tag and had the privilege of taking a future hunter into the woods. My new stepson, Cody, and I went out to set up our turkey blind the night before on the field edge where the...

Persistence Pays Off
By Mike Sievwright -- Wisconsin's 2004 gun deer season is one I will soon not forget. Each year, hunting season generally means my oldest son and I spend time in a rustic cabin located in the northern Wisconsin woods. By rustic, I mean no running wa...

Choosing Proper Arrow Length
By Josh Sanden, Easton Archery -- Like many things, including archery and bowhunting, personal preference plays a roll in determining proper arrow length. In my job I have the opportunity to speak with a lot of professional shooters, hunters, and pr...

Crab Claw Returns
By Pete Cavallaro -- I started bowhunting three years ago on some property I lease in Summit County, Ohio. I tried to hunt a majority of the property until I found an ideal location situated next to a small orchard. This particular day had been a mi...

The One That was Meant to Be
By Nelson Smither III -- A few years ago, my wife gave me a snuggly pair of slippers for Christmas. The slippers are of the low-end K-mart variety. You know the type, blue corduroy outers with white imitation terry cloth insoles. The kind that aren'...

It's Not Over til It's Over
By George Mathis -- My son killed this deer in December 2006, but it seems like yesterday. We were invited to a farm down in Georgia by a good friend of mine who has been trying to get me there for quite some time. When we arrived and Mr. Willis too...

Top 10 new Archery Products That are Less Than $100
By Tracy Breen -- Every year as I head to the Archery Trade Association (ATA) Show to look over what is new, I am amazed at how many bow companies continue to push the engineering envelope. Just when I think a bow can't get faster, it does. Just whe...

The Shot of my Life
By Gregg Fuller -- My hands were trembling as I slipped the safety back on my Remington rifle. I was breathing hard and wondering how I had made the best two shots of my life. The evening was just getting to be big buck time. My watch told me that t...

It's not Over Yet!
By Michael S. Clark -- Just when everyone is putting away their rifles and shotguns with anticipation of a great fishing season this spring, some of us would rather hold off just a bit longer on those fried fillets. Why wait on such a delicacy you a...

And the Golden Moose Goes To...
By Daniel Dye -- MONTGOMERY, Ala. - "The Jackie Bushman Show" recently received an Outdoor Channel Golden Moose Award for Fan Favorite Variety Series at a ceremony held during the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vega...

Luck of the Draw
By Carl B. Morganstern -- Last year my brother, Rick, step dad, Robbie, and I were drawn in the New Mexico lottery to hunt elk. Rob wasn't able to hunt because he was involved in a serious accident. He survived a 60-foot fall that required a stay in...

Browse Exclosures are Necessary for Your Food Plots
By Kent Kammermeyer Certified Wildlife Biologist/Consultant -- What do you mean, you can't tell what time it is without a clock? How much rain did you get last month? Don't have a rain gauge? How long could you go without a gas gauge in your vehicl...

Bragging and Beet Juice
By Craig Porzondek -- I was reared on hunting. The woods are all I knew from the age of 5 to forever. My first buck was taken with a bow and my second buck went down with a single-shot 12-gauge slug. Our family lived for hunting, and it seemed hunti...

Scent or the Lack Thereof
By Braden Arp -- One of my favorite television commercials has, "Forget the wind, just hunt," as its slogan. I was so intrigued by this message that I simply knew I must check out their product. I think everyone has had a crisp morning's...

Hoosier Bruiser
By Daniel Dye -- Sandwiched between two of the country's most fabled monster buck states, Illinois and Ohio, you'll find Indiana. Known more for the historic Indianapolis Speedway and the Indianapolis Colts than big bucks, most avid trophy hunters s...

Winter Nutrition
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- The post-rut is over. Impregnated females are searching for the best nutrition amid winter's dormancy, while bucks, having lost body weight and energy, are also replenishing themselves. This is a critical time ...

One Shot Wonder
By Steve Shelton -- During the opening day of Indiana's 2004 gun season, my dad, Gary, and I started our hunt on a cold crisp foggy morning. I placed my dad in a spot overlooking a draw with lots of cover. I was hunting out of a ladderstand across t...

Velvet Bow Buck
By Travis Eastman -- I was hunting during North Dakota's 2007 archery season. I got to my treestand about 3:45 p.m., and I sat with anticipation waiting for a deer to come. Time passed and nothing showed up except some blue jays and a little red squ...

Ghillie Suit Adventure
By Marianne Hoosier -- As I struggled to get into my new ghillie suit, it became apparent that this one was made for someone at least twice my size. This was okay because surely the struggle would be worth the effort. I had planned on adding this su...
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