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Get Off the Field
-- Just seeing deer gets any hunter's heart pumping.  That's why it's so hard to resist sitting right on a green field or crop edge -- you definitely see more deer. If you're meat hunting or are taking a youngster out, watching a field can be v...

A Second Chance
By Mark Warford -- In October 2005, I took my son, Allen, hunting on the opening weekend of Kentucky's youth hunt. At dusk, as we were headed through the field toward our house, we saw a striking silhouette of a monstrous buck grazing in the distanc...

Keystone Cops Go Huntin'
By Dana Denton -- Back in the day, there were but a few deer in Kentucky. By far, the largest population was around Mammoth Cave National Park. My dad, James Denton, and his buddies hunted religiously. According to my dad, they typically hunted wit...

Under Pressure
By Bob Humphrey -- Whitetails aren't easy to hunt anywhere. The toughest places to take whitetails are areas with high hunter densities. Deer quickly learn to avoid danger and in high-pressure areas, their instincts are honed to a fine edge. The com...

Sweet as Pie
By Scott DelGrego -- The Saturday afternoon plan was to drive over to my brother's house in Durham, Conn., and see if any deer were moving through the (bow only) state land behind his house. After evaluating the wind direction and jumping two does, ...

Lucky Misses
by Tyler Britt -- I have been hunting with my dad and Old Buddy (my grandpa) since I was 4 years old, but when I was nine, Dad finally bought me my own rifle and taught me how to shoot. He and I started scouting a field behind our house, and we saw ...

A Need for Speed?
-- Is faster always better when choosing ammunition? Yes and no. Always consider more than just the velocity of a caliber or cartridge when looking for your best venison taker. Think about the kind of shots you'll be taking. Do you plan any long di...

Rites of Passage
By Patrick D. Harmeyer -- My 9-year-old son Cameron was already an old pro at hunting when we made our annual hunting trip to Pushmataha Plantation in Butler, Ala. He started hunting with me at age 6 and began carrying and shooting a .410 shotgun at...

Silent Treatment
By Jason Artrip -- The spring of 2006 started off like every other year in rural, southwest Virginia, having some extremely warm, sunny days, along with some very cold, rainy, snowy days. On the nice days, I would drive up and down my road in the mo...

Plan Your Fall Hunting Season Now
By Randy D. Smith -- Now is the time to scout and secure your land for this season's hunting. While the number of hunting license sales is going down in this country the amount of time spent in the field by individual hunters has increased dramat...

Give Cold Feet the Boot
By Ken Piper -- Buying hunting boots today isn't easy. There have been as many advances in footwear as there have been in clothing and other gear, but for some reason we don't seem to pay as much attention to what we put on our feet. Maybe it's be...

Thanks, Dad, for Taking Me to the Farm
By Paul Thein -- Since I was a teenager fresh out of hunter safety classes, I've been hunting a family farm. Hunting is a family tradition for us. Our hunting party consists of cousins and close family friends. Over the years I have watched many of ...

Buckmasters Expo Returns to Montgomery in 2008
By Ken Piper -- MONTGOMERY, Ala., Aug. 17, 2007 - Hunting is big business in Alabama, and thanks to the support of the state, city and county, one of hunting's biggest events is returning to Montgomery in 2008. Photo: Buckmasters founder and CEO ...

It's Time to Re-Tool and Re-Tune
-- If you're a bowhunter, you should already be practicing for the coming season, and August is also the time to get serious about your equipment. After all, you don't want to put a lot of effort into getting your bow tuned and shooting like a dream...

Another Generation on the Farm
By Ben Grohn -- Ever since I was about 6 years old, I have loved hunting with my dad and the rest of my family. We hunt on our own land that we refer to as "the farm." The property has been in our family since it was first homesteaded in 1...

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...

Win, Lose or Draw
By Travis Mitchell -- I hunt at Yellow Creek, a hunting club located in a hardwood bottom below Millwood Lake Dam just outside McNab, Ark., and is 20 miles from Texarkana. I have been a member for 24 years. We hunt duck, turkey, deer and the fishin...

Don't Feed the Bears
By Jason Bazala -- It was the 2001 archery season in Bolivar, Pa., and I had a buck tag and two doe tags to start the season. I had got skunked for a buck the previous two years, so I was desperate to fill my tag with an antlered creature; especiall...

Bucks Beyond the Clover Plots
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- Beyond the clover and chicory plots, deer possess an inherent instinct for a diverse diet of native and exotic foods. Deer may vanish from supplemental feeding locales, leaving us hunting fanatics puzzled when ...

This One's for the Wall
By Joey Saffell Jr. -- It was early in the morning on the second day of youth season. While it was dark, we made our way into the woods. We went to our neighbor, Roger Cales', place to hunt. It is only about a quarter-mile from my house. He told...
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