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Too Much Bang for the Buck!
By Pete Porter -- It was the last Wednesday of the Vermont regular deer season in 2003, and I was hunting with my nephew Everett and my friend Pete Desorda. We had been doing drives all day and were quite beat. Everett had enough by 2:30 p.m. and we...

Lost and Found
By Galvey Vincent -- I was hunting back in the Atchafalaya Basin in Louisiana. I had harvested a spike and another buck during rifle season. As I was dragging the second deer out of the woods, I came across a 12-inch wide tree that a buck was rubbin...

Part 1: The Art & Science of Rattling White-tailed Deer


Never Too Old to Learn
By Mark Wilson -- A lot of my friends at work are deer hunters, and I would often here their stories of seeing deer, being in the woods, the solitude, and the reflection that happens when you're out there sitting in a treestand. It seemed to me that...

Eliminating Bow Noise
By Tracy Breen -- I'm sure you have been in this situation: you come to full draw and shoot an arrow at a deer. You watch in disbelief as the buck or doe jumps the string and disappears into the woods. There was probably a time when you didn't even ...

Test Your Setup
-- Experience hunters know how important it is to make a setup well before hunting season and then to let it alone until opening day. If you know the deer frequent that area and will continue to do so from scouting time through the start of the seaso...

Hunting on Borrowed Time
By Michael Bennett -- The 2005 Missouri deer season turned out to be the most memorable time for me and my family, so I find it only right to take the time to share it with you. Before I start the story, I need to give some background information on...

Hunting Above the Rest
By Jim Barbarossa -- My first African hunting experience was May 2005 in Groblersdal, South Africa. I hunted at Ilanga with native guide Benito van Leeuwen. During the first week of the hunt, I had the opportunity to harvest many great animals. The...

Proven Tactics for Early Archery Deer
By Bob Humphrey --To tag an early buck, you must adapt your tactics to the deer's rapidly changing world. It was a bit of a surprise when my home state of Maine opened archery deer season in September. In past years, the season never opened before ...

Bear Archery, Bass Pro Shops Raise Funds for 40,864 Venison Meals
From Bear Archery -- The third annual Fred Bear Sportsman1s Club Shoot for the Hungry archery fun-shoots, held four Bass Pro Shops locations over four weekends this summer, have raised $10,216 or enough to process some 40,864 venison meals to feed l...

Hooking One Hunter at a Time
By Trey Wofford -- On Jan. 7, my son, Hunter, and I went on our first hunting trip together. We arrived on private land in Fitzpatrick, Ala., about lunch on Friday with mild temps and on the verge of the Alabama black belt rut. The first afternoon ...

A Buckeye Bird With a Bonus
By Alan Werner -- Thursday, April 26, 2007, was a day I had been looking forward to with mixed emotions. I was leaving for a four-day turkey hunting trip to southern Ohio but it also would have been the 21st birthday of my daughter Emilee. She was t...

Bonded Bullets
-- A bonded bullet means simply that the core and jacket are bonded together making for high weight retention, deep penetration and bone-crushing capability. When considering the best of the bonded bullets, make sure the following factors are clearly...

Texas Trailer Buck
By Steve Montgomery -- My wife's grandfather owns 100 acres south of Ozona, Texas. Hunting is usually pretty good, but this year things were a little different. I suppose there was a lot of hunting pressure from surrounding land owners. I had my son...

Hunting With Questionable Equipment
By Dan Hayward   -- In 2004, I went on my first blacktail deer hunt to Hinchinbrook Island, south of Cordova, Alaska. I went with two of my good friends, Ken and Mike. Both of my friends have gone deer hunting many times on Hinchinbrook and on...

Times Like These
By Jerry Bultman -- It's Friday, Dec. 9, 2005. It's cold. I'm hunting Bozeman Farms located along the Big Black River near Flora, Miss. Several months earlier, I had made a donation to Tri-County Academy, a local private school, to participate in ...

Hog Heaven
By Bill Adelman -- Clear back (that's huntin' language) in 1973, I met my soul mate, Gerry. At the time, she did not know the difference twix a huntin' knife and a 4x4. After explaining how important huntin' is to me, she kinda understood, to the de...

Field of Memories
By Ted Lawson -- Life is full of beautiful memories. But there are some that stick out in our minds so vividly that no amount of time or circumstances can erase them. Having spent most of my adult years around hunting, I have a collection of memorie...

Big Bucks Can Hide in Small Places
-- Most hunters tend to look for big bucks in the most remote, nasty and impenetrable places -- and it's certainly true that your odds of taking a bigger buck are better in places other hunters refuse to enter.  There are some very successful ...

South Georgia Hot Weather Bucks
By Michael Lee -- Drawing back on my bow seemed like an easy enough task until the wide-racked buck began to close the distance and offer a perfect shot. This was the third buck of the evening hunt that had traveled the field edge. One more limb o...
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